Research interests

My reading/research interests broadly include:

My Ph.D. topic

My Ph.D. project aims to infer the seroprevalence in France of 5 human herpesviruses (HSV1, HSV2, EBV, ZVZ, and CMV) and their possible interactions between each other and with other viruses such as HIV and HCV.

The studies conducted within this project rely on serological data provided by Cerba, a French laboratory, and various Hospitals.

This work received financial support from ANRS|MIE.

All the codes related to my PhD thesis can be found on the dedicated GitLab repository.



  1. Submitted to European Heart Journal - Quality of Care and Clinical Outcomes on 16/09/2022 - 'Cost-effectiveness of stepwise provisional vs. systematic dual stenting strategies in patients with distal bifurcation left main stem lesions: economic analysis of the EBC MAIN trial'

Alicia Le Bras, David Hildick-Smith, Olivier Supplisson, Mohaned Egred, Philippe Brunel5, Adrian Banning, Ferenc Miroslaw, Marie–Claude Morice, Isabelle Durand-Zaleski

  1. Submitted to Eurosurveillance on 05/07/2022 - 'SARS-CoV-2 self-test uptake and factors associated with self-testing during Omicron BA.1 and BA.2 waves in France'

Olivier Supplisson, Tiffany Charmet, Simon Galmiche, Laura Schaeffer, Olivia Chény, Anne Lévy, Nathan Jeandet, Faïza Omar, Christophe David, Alexandra Mailles, and Arnaud Fontanet

Scientific communications

  • 2021:

    1. Annual Congress of the International Association of Health Economists (Ihea, Online)

  • 2019:

    1. LIRAES Seminar, URP 4470, Université Paris Cité (Paris, France)

  • 2018:

    1. 4th IRDES-Dauphine Workshop in Health Economics and Public Policy Evaluation (Paris, France)

    2. 35th Applied Microeconomics Day (Bordeaux, France)

  • 2017:

    1. 66th Annual Congress of the French Association of Economics (Nice, France)

Awards & Grants

  • June 2022: 3-years PhD funding from ANRS|MIE

  • March 2022: 'Best Master's Thesis Award' - Fondation HEC Paris, 2,000 financial rewards