Anna C. Zielinska is, since 2017, a lecturer at the University of Lorraine, where she specializes in moral philosophy, philosophy of law and political philosophy; she also teaches at Sciences Po Paris/Nancy. She has published numerous articles on metaethics, on law and on normativities related to medicine (ethical, political, scientific and anthropological, also in collaboration with I. Löwy, S. Venkatapuram and P. Singer). She is author or editor of volumes such as Drugs: order and disorder (with N. Le Blanc, Mouvements 86, 2016/2), a dossier Cancer research. Un champ privilégié pour penser les rapports entre hasard, réductionnisme et holisme (Médecine/sciences 2014; 30, with T. Issad), Textes-clés de métaéthique (Vrin, 2013), or Repenser les rapports entre sciences et philosophie (Recherches sur la Philosophie et le Langage, 29/2013). She is a member of the Archives Henri Poincaré and of the Independent Resource Group for Global Health Justice (IRG-GHJ).