Mathilde Lapointe completed her bachelor’s degree at Université de Montréal (Montréal, 2017) and her master’s degree at Université Laval (Québec, 2021), both in anthropology. Her master’s study in critical medical anthropology focuses on urban Inuit’s perspectives of their health and well-being, as well as their capacity to maintain or restore them in Montreal. Since 2018, Mathilde has been working with Inuit in Nunavik (Puvirnituq, Kuujjuaq) as well as in urban settings in Southern Québec. She is a research assistant at the research centre of the Centre Hospitalier universitaire de Québec (CHUQ) and for the Research Chair on Relations with Inuit Societies (Sentinelle Nord, Université Laval). She is also a teacher assistant for different Indigenous health and wellbeing courses, at Université Laval. Mathilde is a research assistant and one of the project coordinators for the Qanuikkat Siqinirmiut? Southern Quebec Inuit health and well-being survey.