Clarisse Bertherat is a Researcher in the WMD Programme at UNIDIR, focusing on the national implementation of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention. Her expertise includes international law, international humanitarian law and project management.
Prior to joining UNIDIR, Clarisse worked for various international entities in the field of public health and disarmament, including the OPCW, UNODA and ICH. She holds two Masters degrees: one in international and European law from the University of Nice, and another in international project management from the University of Lyon.
Clarisse speaks French and English, as well as intermediate Spanish.