Pauline holds a degree in Food & Health engineering from France. She then completed a Master's degree in Food Science at Université Laval before switching to public health. She is currently completing her Master's degree in Public Health, with a specialization in Global Health, at the Université de Montréal.
Passionate about nutrition and its link to health, Pauline is doing her end-of-study internship at TRANSNUT. In particular, she will be taking part in the EKOMER project in Ecuador. She will be working on the production of educational fact sheets on traditional Ecuadorian foods, their benefits and their nutrient content. These fact sheets will help communicate scientific information to better understand the benefits of these traditional foods and promote their consumption among local populations. She will also be producing the same educational fact sheets on traditional foods for the First Nations communities of Odanak and W8linak, in Quebec, as part of the "Tastes of Ndakina" project.