Professional background in research


  • From october 2011: Researcher (statistician-modeller - permanent position) at IRSN
    • Mission: Methodological developments and scientific support in statistics applied to ionizing radiation epidemiology.
    • Research team: Laboratory of Ionizing Radiation Epidemiology (LEPID)
    • Collaborations with: Laboratory of Biological Dosimetry (LDB) and Laboratory of Experimental Radiotoxicology (LRTOX)


 

  • Dec 2009- June 2010: Postdoctoral research assistant at INRA
    • Context: ANR project called Quant'HACCP
    • Research department: Applied Mathematics and Informatics (MIA)
    • Research unit: Ex Met@risk (INRA)
    • Collaborations with : Isabelle Albert (MORSE); Clémence Rigaux (Ex Met@risk); Jean-Baptiste Denis (INRA); Frederic Carlin (INRA); Christophe Nguyen-Thé (INRA)
    • Research topic: Building then inferring an augmented Bayesian network to confront a high-dimensional Quantitative Risk Assessment Model and data from durability studies. Application to Bacillus cereus in a courgette purée production chain.
    • Scientific production: 1 paper published in Risk Analysis (see Publications section)



 

 

  • Nov 2004- Nov 2007: PhD student in biostatistics+ Instructor in mathematics and statistics at University Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC)





 

Education


 

 


 

  • 2003-2004 DEA (equivalent to a Postgraduate degree) in stochastical and statistical modelling at University of Paris-Sud.
    • Traineeship to obtain my Postgraduate Degree:
      • Title: “Implementation and analysis of beta mixture models to identify differentially expressed genes from microarrays data.”
      • Supervisors: Gilles Celeux (INRIA) and Avner Bar-Hen (University of Paris-Descartes)
      • Keywords: EM algorithms, mixture models, multiple significance tests

 


  • 2002-2003 Research Masters Degree in Mathematics University of Versailles St Quentin-en-Yvelines.

 



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