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About

Simon Cauchemez joined Institut Pasteur in 2013 to head the new Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases Unit. The main research objective of his unit is to develop state-of-the-art statistical and mathematical methods to address these challenges, with the aim to increase the understanding of how pathogens spread in human populations as well as the impact of interventions, to support policy making and optimize control strategies. His approach is therefore highly multidisciplinary, looking at infectious diseases through multiple perspectives (statistics, modelling, epidemiology, surveillance, Public Health, policy making, microbiology), multiple scales and multiple data streams. Before joining Institut Pasteur, Simon Cauchemez was working in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at Imperial College London.

Selected publications:

  • Andronico A, Dorléans F, Fergé JL, Salje H, Ghawché F, Signate A, Daudens-Vaysse E, Baudouin L, Dub T, Aubry M, Cao-Lormeau VM, Ledrans M, Noel H, Mallet HP, Fontanet A, Cabié A, Cauchemez S. Real-Time Assessment of Health-Care Requirements During the Zika Virus Epidemic in Martinique. American Journal of Epidemiology 2017; early publication.
  • Nikolay N, Salje H, Sturm-Ramirez K, Azziz-Baumgartner E, Homaira N, Ahmed M, Iuliano AD, Paul RC, Rahman M, Hossain MJ, Luby SP, Cauchemez S*, Gurley E*. Evaluating hospital-based surveillance for outbreak detection in Bangladesh: analysis of healthcare utilization data. PLoS Medicine 2017; 14:e1002218. *: Equal contribution.
  • Kraemer MUG, Faria NR, Reiner Jr RC, Golding N, Nikolay B, Stasse S, Johansson MA, Salje H, Faye O, Wint GRW, Niedrig M, Shearer FM, Hill SC, Thompson RN, Bisanzio D, Taveira N, Nax HH, Pradelski BSR, Nsoesie EO, Murphy NR, Bogoch II, Khan K, Brownstein JS, Tatem AJ, de Oliveira , Smith DL, Sall A, Pybus OG, Hay SI, Cauchemez S. Spread of Yellow Fever Virus outbreak in Angola and the Democratic Republic Congo 2015-2016: a modelling study. Lancet Infectious Diseases 2016; published online.
  • Salje H, Lessler J, Paul KK, Azman AS, Rahman MW, Rahman M, Cummings D, Gurley ES, Cauchemez S. How social structures, space and behaviours shape the spread of infectious diseases using chikungunya as a case study. PNAS 2016; 113:13420-13425.
  • Cauchemez S, Nouvellet P, Cori A, Jombart T, Garske T, Clapham H, Moore S, Mills HL, Salje H, Collins C, Rodriquez-Barraquer I, Riley S, Truelove S, Algarni H, Hakkeem R, AlHarbi K, Turkistani A, Aguas R, Cummings D, Van Kerkhove MD, Donnelly C, Lessler J, Fraser C, Al-Barrak A, Ferguson Unravelling the drivers of MERS-CoV transmission. PNAS 2016; 113:9081-9086.
  • Cauchemez S, Besnard M, Bompard P, Dub T, Guillmette-Arthur P, Eyrolle-Guignot D, Salje H, Van Kerkhove MD, Abadie V, Garel C, Fontanet A, Mallet HP. Association between Zika virus and microcephaly in French Polynesia, 2013-2015: a retrospective study. The Lancet 2016; 387:2125-32.
  • Faye O, Boëlle PY, Heleze E, Faye O, Loucoubar C, Magassouba NF, Soropogui B, Keita S, Gakou T, Bah EHI, Koivogui, Sall AA, Cauchemez S. Chains of transmission and control of Ebola virus disease in Conakry, Guinea, in 2014: an observational study. Lancet Infectious Diseases 2015; 15: 320-326.
  • Churcher TS, Cohen JM, Novotny J, Ntshalintshali N, Kunene S, Cauchemez S. Measuring the path toward malaria elimination. Science 2014; 1230: 1230-1232.
  • Cauchemez S, Ferguson NM, Fox A, Mai LQ, Thanh LT, Thai PQ, Thoang DD, Duong TN, Hoa LNM, Hien NT, Horby P. Determinants of influenza transmission in South East Asia: Insights from a household cohort study in Vietnam. PLoS Pathogens 2014; 10(8) : e1004310.
  • Cauchemez S, Fraser C, Van Kherkove M, Donnelly C, Riley S, Rambaut A, Enouf V, van der Werf S, Ferguson NM. Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus: quantification of the extent of the epidemic, surveillance biases, and transmissibility. Lancet Infectious Diseases 2014; 1:50-56.
  • Cauchemez S, Epperson S, Biggerstaff M, Swerdlow D, Finelli L, Ferguson NM. Using Routine Surveillance Data to Estimate the Epidemic Potential of Emerging Zoonoses: Application to the Emergence of US Swine Origin Influenza A H3N2v Virus. Plos Med 2013; e1001399.
  • Dorigatti I, Cauchemez S, Ferguson NM. Increased transmissibility explains the third wave of infection by the 2009 H1N1 pandemic virus in England. PNAS 2013 ; 110 :13422-7.
  • Cori A, Ferguson NM, Fraser C, Cauchemez S. A new framework and software to estimate time-varying reproduction numbers during epidemics. American Journal of Epidemiology 2013; 178: 1505-1512.
  • Cauchemez S, Horby P, Fox A, Le Quynh M, Le Thi T et al. Influenza infection rates, measurement errors and the interpretation of paired serology. PLoS Pathogens 2012; 8(12): e1003061.
  • Cauchemez S, Bhattarai A, Marchbanks TL, Fagan RP, Ostroff S, Ferguson NM, Swerdlow D, and the Pennsylvania H1N1 working group. Role of social networks in shaping disease transmission during a community outbreak of 2009 H1N1 pandemic influenza. PNAS 2011; 108:2825-2830.
  • Cauchemez S, Donnelly CA, Reed C, Ghani AC, Fraser C, Kent CK, Finelli L, Ferguson NM. Household Transmission of 2009 Pandemic H1N1 influenza virus in the United States. New England Journal of Medicine 2009; 361:2619-27.
  • Cauchemez S, Ferguson NM, Wachtel C, Tegnell A, Saour G, Duncan B, Nicoll A. Closing schools during a pandemic: a review. Lancet Infectious Disease 2009; 9:473-81.
  • Lipsitch M, Riley S, Cauchemez S, Ghani AC, Ferguson NM. Managing and reducing uncertainty in an emerging influenza pandemic. New England Journal of Medicine2009; 361:112-115.
  • Fraser C*, Donnelly CA*, Cauchemez S, Hanage WP, Van Kerkhove MD, Hollingsworth TD, Griffin J, Baggaley RF et al. Pandemic Potential of a Strain of Influenza A (H1N1): Early Findings. Science 2009; 324:1557-1561. * Equal contribution.
  • Cauchemez S, Valleron AJ, Boelle PY, Flahault A, Ferguson NM. Estimating the impact of school closure on influenza transmission from sentinel data. Nature 2008; 452:750-754.
  • Cauchemez S, Temime L, Guillemot D, Varon E, Valleron AJ, Thomas G, Boëlle PY. Investigating heterogeneity in pneumococcal transmission: A Bayesian MCMC approach applied to a follow-up of schools. Journal of the American Statistical Association 2006; 101: 946-214.
  • Ferguson NM, Cummings D, Cauchemez S, Fraser C, Riley S, Meeyai A, Iamsirithaworn S, Burke D. Strategies for containing an emerging influenza pandemic in SE Asia. Nature 2005; 437: 209-214.

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INFECTION & EPIDEMIOLOGY AND PARASITES & INSECT VECTORS DEPARTEMENTS JOINT SEMINAR

Building: building LWoff – Room: salle Retrovirus, n° 14 – Address: 28 Rue du Docteur Roux, Paris, France
2016-07-12 12:00:00 2016-07-12 16:00:00 Europe/Paris INFECTION & EPIDEMIOLOGY AND PARASITES & INSECT VECTORS DEPARTEMENTS JOINT SEMINAR MICHAEL WHITE MRC Research Fellow Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology,  Imperial College, London, U.K Mathematical models of the dynamics of malaria infections, and naturally-acquired and vaccine-induced immune responses. Invited by Ivo Mueller (ivo.mueller@pasteur.fr) and […] 28 Rue du Docteur Roux, Paris, France

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Introduction to Modeling of Infectious Diseases

DATE: October 30-November 4, 2016 VENUE: Training Center Pasteur Institute in Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam COURSE FACULTY: Marc LIPSITCH Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, Boston Mark JIT […]

2016-10-30 09:00:00 2016-11-04 18:00:00 Europe/Paris Introduction to Modeling of Infectious Diseases DATE: October 30-November 4, 2016 VENUE: Training Center Pasteur Institute in Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam COURSE FACULTY: Marc LIPSITCH Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, Boston Mark JIT […] Viện Pasteur, Pasteur, Ho Chi Minh City, Hô Chi Minh, Vietnam

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