Amande Gautier has a PhD in Political Sciences, Sociology, Human and Social Sciences/One Health from the Ecole Nationale des Services Vétérinaires – France Vétérinaire International VetAgro Sup (National School of Veterinarian Services – France International Veterinarian VetAgroSup).
With a PhD in Political Sciences, Amandine Gautier is a researcher in Political Sciences and Sociology associated to the Triangle UMR 5206 Laboratory. She worked on the occupational health of State workers in slaughterhouses, in the framework of a multilevel analysis (micro, regional, national and European level) and combining activity analysis, the organisation of the slaughterhouse and the public policy of animal health control and protection. Professor Gautier now manages research activities and expertise in social and political sciences around the One Health themes at ENSV-FVI VetAgro Sup (France, Lyon). She works in particular on wildlife/domestic wildlife interactions, biodiversity/health nexus, as well as health governance policies mainly at the regional and national level.