Throughout my academic pathways, I worked for/with or received teaching from a lot of bright researchers. They all contributed to making me who I am today and how I work and approach research questions.
This page is intended to express my deep gratitude to those who have had the most important impact, mainly through internships, on the way I work today and on the definition of the research topics I am interested in today (please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to be removed from the list).
Acknowledgment does not constitute agreement or endorsement.
What follows should not be understood in any way as an endorsement of my work or my person, by
any of the researchers cited.
From the ETE/EEH Team
Dr. Samuel Alizon
Dr. Mircea Sofonea
Professor Sonia Burrel
All the EEH/ETE team: Dr. Nicolas Tessandier, Dr. Tsukushi Kamyia, Baptiste Elie, Bastien Reyné, Thomas Beneteau,
From Deloitte, Economic Advisory
Dr. Ignacio Inoa (Director)
From Institut Pasteur (Epidemiology of Emerging Diseases Unit)
Professor Arnaud Fontanet
Dr. Simon Galmiche
Dr. Tiffany Charmet
From Inserm (EPIcx Lab)
Dr. Vittoria Colizza
Dr. Laura DiDomenico
From the Clinical Research Unit in Health Economics at the Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris
Professor Isabetelle Durand-Zaleski
From Inserm (METHODS Team)
Professor Raphael Porcher
All the Professors/researchers involved in the MPH in CER
Professor Lise Rochaix
Dr. Antoine Marsaudon
Dr. Jean-Claude K. Dupont
Dr. Christine Meyer-Meuret
From CNRS (MODAPA Research Projet)
Professor Agnès Gramain
Dr. Quitterie Roquebert
Dr. Marianne Tenand
Dr. Robin Hege