AboutMy research is centered on the History of Early Modern Science, in particular medicine, alchemy and natural philosophy. For my doctoral research, I have studied the emergence of atomistic and corpuscular theories in late Renaissance physiology. I am currently working on the body’s assimilation of food and drugs from the perspective of matter theories.
- Ph.D. in History, Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) / Radboud Universiteit (The Netherlands)
- M.A.S. in Digital Humanities, KU Leuven (Belgium)
- M.A. in History, Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium)
Work Shared in CORE
Other PublicationsElements, Atoms & Physiology: The Medical Context of Matter Theories (1567–1634). Ph.D. Dissertation. Brussels–Nijmegen: Université libre de Bruxelles–Radboud Universiteit, 2018.
Implementing a Digital Collection of Multispectral Images: A Case Study on IIIF and Omeka S. M.A.S. Thesis. Leuven: KU Leuven, 2019.
ProjectsFrom the Alembic to the Stomach: Nutrition and Pharmacology in Early Modern Medicine (ongoing postdoctoral project)