|Main position||Hoogleraar UvA|
|Chair||Antropologie van Zorg en Gezondheid|
|Domain||Behavioural Sciences, Social Sciences and Law|
|Vice-Chair of Social Sciences Council|
Universiteit van Amsterdam, Faculteit Maatschappij en Gedragswetenschappen, Afdeling Antropologie
Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research
1001 NA Amsterdam
As a medical anthropologist, Anita Hardon uses innovative methods to combine the social sciences and medicine in her research on global health issues. She is interested in a broad range of subjects, from reproductive health in women, HIV/AIDS, and the social impact of pharmaceuticals on vulnerable youths to the relationship between health and global sustainable development and the role of chemical substances in the lives of young people.
In part through her own efforts, Hardon’s work has also influenced the policies of the World Health Organisation and various NGOs.