2005 – 2009 PhD in Biomathematics – Public Health: Epidemiology and science of biomedical information. University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris VI, ED 393.
2000 – 2003 Engineer ENSIMAG (Graduate School of Engineering in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, French equivalent for Master of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics) – Grenoble, France
2002 – 2003 Licenciatura in University of mathematics and statistics (5th year) member of UPC (Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya), Barcelona, Spain
1997 – 2000 Special intensive courses of advanced mathematics and physics (undergraduate level)
From Sep 2012 Maître de conferences (eq. assistant professor) at Versailles Saint Quentin University, Biostatistics, Biomathematics, Pharmaco-epidemiology and Infectious Disease research Unit (B2PHI) UMR1181, Institut Pasteur / INSERM /UVSQ, France.
Mathematical Modelling and statistical inference of the pathogen-pathogen and host-pathogen interactions.
› Pathogen interactions within the host for colonisation and infection (nasopharynx & gut)
› Multi-strain transmission in the human community, ecological aspects and risk of ecological replacement following drug (antibiotic or vaccine) introduction
July 2009-Sep 2012 Research Associate (POST DOC). MRC Centre for Outbreak Analysis and Modelling, Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Imperial College, London. Mathematical modelling and statistical inference for a better understanding of the spread of pathogens in populations.
2005 – 2009 PhD. Institut Pasteur / U657 INSERM (National Institute of Health and Medical Research), Pharmaco-Epidemiology applied to Infectious Diseases laboratory (PhEMI)
Juil 2003 – Oct. 2004 Assistante Professor. CRG (Centre of Genomic Regulation), Microarrays Laboratory and GRIB (Group of Research in Bio-medicine and Computer Science), Chemogenomics Laboratory – Barcelona, Spain
2012-. UVSQ, MSc students in Epidemiology and Biology. Biostatistics and mathematical modelling.
2011 Imperial College London, MSc of Public Health Epidemiology. Tutoring of practical for Bayesian statistics (WinBUGS) & Introductive lecture on imperfect vaccines
2008 Cnam (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers) – Paris, France. Mathematical and statistical tools for the health and security at work and environment
2005-2008 Paris VI School of Medicine – Paris, France. Assistant Professor biostatistics courses for medical students
2005, 2006 Pharmaco-epidemiology, Pasteur school for Infectiology, Institut Pasteur. Introduction to biostatistics and R
2004 UPF (Pompeu Fabra University) – Barcelona, Spain. Assistant Professor in the University of life and health sciences for bio-mathematics and bio-statistics courses (level: 1rst and 3rd years of university)
2016-2017 Post-doctoral fellow Xuefeng Gao
2015-. Post-doctoral fellow M Domenech de Celles
2017-. Co-supervision of a PhD thesis on mathematical modelling of animal/human transmission of antibiotic resistant bacteria / Jonathan Bastard, Institut Pasteur
2017-. Co-supervision of a PhD thesis on mathematical modelling of Human Papillomavirus infections and cancer / Mélanie Bonneault, UVSQ, (funding Institute for cancer research)
2016-. Co-supervision of a PhD thesis on mathematical modelling of nosocomial infections / Audrey Duval, UVSQ
2015-. Co-supervision of a PhD thesis on mathematical modelling of nosocomial infections / Rania Assab, Cnam
2014-18 Supervision of a PhD thesis on mathematical modelling of pathogen interactions / Hélène Arduin, UVSQ
2005-. Supervising of >15 students from MSc and engineer school for their 6-months projects, PhEMI, Institut Pasteur
2009-2013 Participation in supervision of PhD research on modelling HPV ecology of Margarita Pons Salort, together with Didier Guillemot (PhEMI) and Véronique Letort (Ecole Centrale Paris)
2009-2013 Participation in supervision of PhD research on estimation of bacteria’s epidemicity in hospitals and the community of Matthieu Domenech de Celles, together with Didier Guillemot (PhEMI)
Since 2008 Supervision, all through the academic year, of groups of students (2-6) from Ecole Centrale Paris for their projects ( “innovation” and “enjeux” projects)
GRANTS AND AWARDS
2002-2003 Grant for mobility, Rhône Alps region
2005 AReMIS project, joint INSERM-CNRS-INRIA grant on « Information and Technologies for health »
2008 GlaxoSmith Kline award on public health
2012 BQR from UVSQ in collaboration with S. Ben Amor, A. Bui et N. Emad (PRISM lab, UVSQ)
2013-16 ACIP (action concertée inter pasteurienne), Institut Pasteur, project in collaboration with S. Breurec et B. Guarin on « Modeling the transmission of antibiotic-multi-resistant bacteria in neonates wards in two hopspital contexts : the République Centrafricaine et Madagascar» (co-PI)
2015-17 RESPIMOD project (DIM Malinf) grant for a 18 months post-doctoral funding (PI)
2015-17 PTR Microbiome, in collaboration with P. Glaser (Institut Pasteur Paris) and Institut Pasteur de Madagascar. Study of the dynamic of microbiota in infants and factors at the origin of resistant bacteria acquisition. (co-PI).
2017-19 Modelling the trends of Meningococcal (MenW ) infections in France and assessing the impact of vaccination, research grant from Pfizer (PI)
2018-20 PANDORE: Prediction of antibiotic resistance in environments. Funded by ANSES (National Agency for health security). Collaborations C Dagot, F Petit, J Labanowski, E Moreau-Guigon (co-PI).
2018-21 SPHINX: Multi-scale modelling of infection spread in health care facilities. Funded by Agence Nationale de la recherche (National Research Agency – France). Collaborations L Temime, P Crepey, V Colliza and P Astagneau (co-PI).
2018 (July) Co-organizer, Joint Pasteur-Oxford workshop on antibiotic resistance in South East Asia
2018 (March) Co-organizer, International conference on antimicrobial resistance, Institut Pasteur France
Since Sept 2013 Co-organisation of the SaMMBA monthly seminars (Statistical and Mathematical Modeling in Biological Applications) at Institut Pasteur in Paris ( https://research.pasteur.fr/en/project/sammba-seminars/), funding ANRS, Dim Systèmes complexes (Ile de France region) and INRA
May 2012 Organisation of the WARM international workshop on modelling bacterial resistance in Paris (http://warm2012.cnam.fr/). 2-day workshop, 18 invited international speakers, 100 participants, free, funded by the Ile de France region (DIM Malinf), the UVSQ, the Cnam and the European consortium MOSAR, whole budget 16 000 euros)
Reviewing activities Epidemics, BMC Infectious Diseases, PLoS ONE, Epidemiology, American Journal of Epidemiology, PLoS Computational Biology, JR Soc Interface, Influenza and other Resp., BMJ Open …
Expertise for project evaluation for JEAI program, Institut Recherche et Développement (IRD) and for FINOVI (Rhones Alps region)
Since 2016 Expertise for World Health Organization (WHO) – Asia on antibiotic resistance
Since 2013 Elected member of the scientific board of the UFR Simone Veil Medical school
Since 2017 Nominated member of Comité Scientifique de l’ITMO “Immunologie-Inflammation-infectiologie-Microbiologie” (I3M)
Since 2017 Elected member (deputy) COMESP Institut Pasteur evaluation committee