is a teacher of German and Creole in high school. She is also a lecturer at the Université des Antilles where she teaches courses in sociolinguistics and Creole translation.
Holder of a Diploma of Advanced Studies in Creole sociolinguistics, she collaborated with the GEREC (Groupe d’Etudes et de Recherche en Espaces Créolophones Study and Research Group in Creolophone Spaces), led by Professor Jean Bernabé, for a dozen years. She offers introductory courses in Creole to various audiences.
Her collaboration on bilingual children’s books led her to translate Le Petit Prince and Le Petit Nicolas. For more than a decade, she has been presenting the Creole dictation for all ages in Trinidad (Martinique) on the occasion of the International Creole Day of Creole (October 28). At the end of 2012, in order to popularize the Creole language, she hosted the daily television show Ti lison, supported by lexical, grammatical and cultural knowledge.
German physician and director of the Amedeo Medical Literature guide (Amedeo.com).
Between 1991 and 2015, author and editor of numerous medical textbooks (HIV/AIDS – hivbook.com [16 editions], SARS – SarsReference.com, Influenza – InfluenzaReport.com, Hepatitis C – HepatologyTextbook.com).
Author of several language manuals (French , Italian , Spanish, English).
- The Word Brain (TheWordBrain.com)
- Ear2Memory (Ear2Memory.com)
- OLIENA – Post-stroke language recovery
(Open language interface for enhanced network activity, OLIENA.com)
- GigaSardinian – A multimedia language course (www.Sardinian.com)
- Sardo per Sardi – La riconquista (www.SardoXSardi.com)
- La vita di Alessandro T. – L’avventura delle parole (Web page)