Aurélie Dauge holds a Bachelor of Laws from the Law School of Aix en Provence in France and is currently pursuing a second Bachelor of Laws at the University of Montreal. While she completed her undergraduate studies, Aurélie also studied abroad for a year at the University of Exeter Law School.
She is interested in the interaction of law and bioethics in the context of human genetics, genetic discrimination, health law, comparative law and equality rights.
At the CGP, Aurélie is a research assistant under the supervision of Prof. Yann Joly. She works on the D-path project and the responsible use of Polygenic Risk Scores in medicine.