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Alexandra Emmanuel, M.D., Ph.D., is a physician, graduated from the Faculty of Health Sciences of Quisqueya University (UniQ-Haiti). She holds
a Master’s degree in Parasitology-Mycology from Pierre and Marie Curie University (France) and a PhD in Immunology from Descartes University
(France). In 2009 she joined the Haitian Women’s Association of Science and Technology (Association Haïtienne Femmes, Science et Technologie). In
collaboration with other Haitian researchers, she founded GHERES (Groupe Haïtien d’Études et de Recherche en Environnement et Santé) in April 2016.
emmanuel1603@gmail.com
Yanick Simon, M.D., M.Sc., is a physician, graduated from the Faculty of Health Sciences of Quisqueya University (UniQ-Haiti). She holds a Master’s
degree in Cell Biology from Sherbrooke University in exchange with Quisqueya University. At present, she is pursuing a PhD program at the same
University. She is a regular member of SPES-Haiti, Solidarité-Haiti, the Haitian Women’s Association of Science and Technology (Association Haïtienne
Femmes, Science et Technologie), GRAHN and GHERES. yanicksimon@outlook.com

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