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Marie-Eve Carrier was born and raised in Québec city where she first studied Tourism at Collège Mérici (1997). After a few trips to Eastern Europe, Russia and Central Asia, she decided  to  start  studying  Anthropology  at  the  Université  de  Montréal,  where  she completed  her  Bachelor’s  degree  in  2004  and  her  Master’s  degree  in  2006  under  the supervision of Dr Mariella Pandolfi. Through the study of the nostalgic discourse towards the  communist  period,  her thesis  described  the  increases of  social  inequalities  and  the augmentation of tourism experienced by the Olkhon Island population in Siberia. Marie-Eve  started  working  in  the  field  of  Psychiatry  in  2006,  when  she  was  offered  with  a research coordinator position at the Institute of Community and Family Psychiatry of the Jewish General Hospital. Between 2006 and 2013, she was involved in many quantitative and qualitative studies related to perinatal mental health.

Marie-Eve joined SPIN in March 2013, and coordinates the project on a day-to-day basis.