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Supervision of short research projects

 

  • Specialized graduated school : ENSAI (Rennes)
    • 26 hours yearly since 2011
    • Audience: Engineering school students in "Statistics for Life Science"
    • Context: Supervision of short research projects about "Epidemiology and Health"
    • Mission: I propose short research subjects; I help the students to use the Bayesian inference software OpenBUGS; I evaluate the students who have to provide a report and an oral defense of their work.

  • Specialized graduated school : AgroParisTech-ENGREF (Paris)
    • Academic years: November 2004- November 2007
    • Audience: Engineering school students
    • Context: Supervision of short research projects about Bayesian hierarchical modelling applied to risk assessment and management in environmental sciences.
    • Mission: I propose short research subjects; I help the students to use the Bayesian inference software OpenBUGS; I evaluate the students who had to provide a report and an oral defense of their work.

     

Courses

  • Ecole doctorale de Santé Publique Paris-Sud (ED420)
    • Date (Place): November 2014 (CESP 1018, Villejuif)
    • Audience: PhD students
    • Course topic: Methods for analysing dose-response relationships and accounting for exposure measurement error in radiation epidemiology (3 hours)

 

  • Specialized graduate school: Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire d'Alfort
    • Academic years: Novembre 2010, 2011, 2012 et 2013
    • Audience: Students Master 2 « Bioressources et analyse des risques des biocontaminants liés à l’alimentation humaine et animale »
    • Course topic: Introduction to probability and statistics for quantitative risk assessment in food safety  (8 hours yearly).

  • Ecole doctorale de Santé Publique Paris-Sud (ED420)
    • Date (Place): November 2011 (CESP 1018, Villejuif)
    • Audience: PhD students
    • Course topic: Epidemiology of nuclear workers and statistical methods for analysing dose-response relationships (3 hours)

 


Research training

 

  • CONCERT Training course: "Uncertainty analysis for low dose research"
    • Dates (Place): July 2016 (ISGlobal, Barcelona, Spain)
    • Audience: Researchers (International)
    • Courses topic: Introduction to Bayesian Methodology, Bayesian methods in radiation epidemiology, Practical session: Advanced modelling for radiation epidemiology

 

  • Biobayes: " Bayesian statistical methods : theoretical bases and applications to food safety, environment and epidemiology"
    • Dates (Places):
      • 7 october - 11 october 2013 (Cannes Mandelieu, France)  - Session 2
      • 28 november - 2 december 2011 (La Rochelle, France)      - Session 1
    • Audience: Researchers (France)
    • Course topic: Basic concepts in probability required for Bayesian statistics  (2 hours)+ Supervision of tutorials "Introduction to Bayesian statistics"
    • Collaborations with: Isabelle Albert (INRA, Dept MIA), Olivier David (INRA, Dept MIA), Jean-Baptiste Denis (INRA Dept MIA), David Makowski (INRA, Dept EA), Eric Parent (AgroParisTech/INRA, Dept MIA), Andréa Rau (INRA, Dept GA), Samuel Soubeyrand (INRA, Dept SPE).


  • Formation RENEB (Realizing the European Network in Biological Dosimetry)
    • Date (Place): September 2013 (ENSTTI, Fontenay-aux-Roses)
    • Audience: Researchers (International)
    • Course topic: Common mathematical tools used in biological dosimetry (3H)


 

 

Instructor in Mathematics

 

  • Place: University Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC)
  • Academic years: from 2004-2005 to 2006-2007
  • Audience: Students preparing a Bachelor's Degree (3 years study) in Applied Mathematics and Social Sciences
  • Practical works and tutorials in Mathematics (probability, linear algebra and functional analysis, multidimensional statistical analysis)


 

 



 

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