Juliette Paireau is a research engineer in the Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases Unit. Her research focuses on the spatio-temporal dynamics of infectious diseases with the aim to apply this knowledge to improve control and prevention strategies.
She is currently working on the analysis and modelling of influenza epidemics in France in order improve our ability to predict epidemics and to support evidence-based policymaking.
During her previous post-doc at Princeton University, USA, she investigated the global seasonality of bacterial meningitis, the drivers of meningococcal meningitis in Brazil and the dynamics of measles in France.
She obtained her PhD in Epidemiology at Institut Pasteur in 2014, on the spatio-temporal epidemiology of meningococcal meningitis in Niger.