Stéphanie Dagron is Associate Professor at the Institute of Global Health (IGH) at the University of Geneva. She is specialized in the fields of health law and international law.
Stéphanie Dagron is Professor of Law at the University of Geneva where she teaches international, European and national health and social security law. She is a member of both the Faculty of Law (Ordinary Professor since 2016) and the Faculty of Medicine (Associate Professor since 2019). She is also attached to the Global Studies Institute and the Institute of Global Health. From 2013 to 2019, Stéphanie Dagron was a Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) scholarship professor and worked on the research project entitled "juridification of global health concerns: implications for health prevention, treatment and health systems". The first part of this project was conducted at the University of Zurich where Stéphanie was Professor and member of the Faculty of Law from September 2013 to February 2016. Stéphanie Dagron taught French and German public law, as well as international and European law. Recently, she has focused on teaching in the fields of public health law (international, European and national law) and social security law. Her main research interests focus on human rights issues related to global health, access to medicines, international health and social security law, comparative and global administrative law.
More recently, Stéphanie Dagron has worked as an expert and consultant for the Stop TB Department of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva and for the WHO Regional Office for Europe. After several missions to countries in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus, she continues to work on issues related to TB control policies and human rights.
Stéphanie Dagron has been a member of the WHO Research Ethics Committee since September 2019.