I have been working at the University of Luxembourg since 2004, at the Faculty of Human Sciences in collaboration with psychologists and sociologists of the INSIDE research unit, mainly within the Social Inequalities research group. My function is to provide statistical support for the elaboration of protocols, data analysis and the valorisation of results. Before that, I worked for 3 years with epidemiologists at the School of Public Health in Nancy, and before that, I worked at the Instituts Techniques Agronomiques in Paris. I have a master's degree in Biostatistics from the University of Montpellier obtained at the same time as an Agronomic Engineering degree in 1995.
The main projects I have been involved in at the University of Luxembourg are:
From 2013 to 2016: Project to follow up patients suffering from cardiovascular diseases, in particular the evolution of their risk factors. Project financed by the Fonds National de la Recherche and conducted in partnership with LISER and INCCI.
From 2007 to 2011: Family repercussions and quality of life after a stroke (patients and carers). Project financed by the Fonds National de la Recherche.
2004-2008: Evaluation of the project Economic and Social Reintegration through Education and Work of Prisoners. Project funded by the European Social Fund and the Employment Fund of the Ministry of Labour.
Currently, I am involved in a project on the Patients as Partners in Care approach in the Greater Region (Germany, Belgium, France and Luxembourg). This project is funded by the INTERREG Border Cooperation Programme.
In parallel, from 2009 to 2015, I was in charge of the analysis of the data of the evaluation of the trainings by the students, of the production and the diffusion of the synthesis reports.
In addition, since 2018, I have been providing statistical support to doctoral students in the Faculty of Arts.