Editor - Miriam Castaldo | National Institute for Health | 19990
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Journal of Pregnancy and Child Health
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Miriam Castaldo

Miriam Castaldo
Miriam Castaldo
Medical Anthropologist
National Institute for Health Migrant and Poverty


Miriam Castaldo is an anthropologist. Is currently medical anthropologist at National Institute for Health, Migrant and Poverty (NIHMP) in Rome, Italy. From 1999 to 2006 she lived in Mexico, where she received her PhD and Master Degree in social and medical anthropology from the IIA (Instituto de Investigaciones Antropológicas) UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México). Her anthropology degree is from La Sapienza University of Rome. She has worked in Latin-America, North Africa (in saharawi refugee camp) and Western Asia (in palestinian refugee camp). She teach medical anthropology in european hospitals, universities, health care professional associations.

Research Interest

Her current research focuses on issues of medical anthropology, migration and refugees in Europe, Latin-America, West Africa and West Asia, social violence and psychophysical suffering as well as on structural connection between life and history. She is interested in sociocultural, socio-political and historical forces that influence the biographical experiences of illness in migrant and refugees person.