PhD

CRESS is heavily involved in training the next generation of researchers in epidemiology and statistics.

Around 80 doctoral students are trained at CRESS. They benefit from a solid training programme (speed-meeting, annual doctoral students’ seminar, training courses organised by CRESS).

They all publish their thesis work as first authors in recognised scientific journals, including high-impact journals such as BMJ, Plos Medicine, JAMA Int Med, etc. They win prestigious awards such as the Chancellerie des Universités prize, the L’Oréal Women for Science Young Talent Award, the Young Scientist Award and the David Sackett Young Investigator Award.

Doctoral schools

The CRESS is affiliated with two doctoral schools. All the details relating to the application, registration and thesis defense are available on the schools’ websites.

  • Public Health: Epidemiology and Biomedical Information Sciences ED393 (Université Paris Cité)
  • Science, Technology, Health – Galilée ED146 (Université Sorbonne Paris Nord)

Theses

You will find below all the theses in progress as well as all the theses successfully defended by former CRESS doctoral students.

PhD offers

Click to see our doctoral proposals open to applications.

Clustering longitudinal categorical data

Ottavio Khalifa

Promotion : 2023

Supervisor.s : François Petit

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METHODS

Vaginal delivery pains with perimedullary analgesia and postpartum depression

Clara Rollet

Promotion : 2023

Supervisor.s : Anne Chantry, Marie-Pierre Bonnet

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EPOPé

Growth in early childhood after very preterm birth in Europe

Soodabeh Behboodi

Promotion : 2023

Supervisor.s : Jennifer Zeitlin

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EPOPé

Scalable knowledge translation tools for network meta-analysis

Tianqi Yu

Promotion : 2023

Supervisor.s : Anna Chaimani

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METHODS

Plant-based diet during pregnancy and child health

Yvan Njonfang Mbakop

Promotion : 2023

Supervisor.s : Blandine de Lauzon-Guillain

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EAROH

Artificial induction of labour, experience of childbirth and risk of postpartum depression

Sophia Braund

Promotion : 2023

Supervisor.s : Camille Le Ray, François Goffinet

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EPOPé

A participatory approach to support students in modifying their eating habits

Henri Dehove

Promotion : 2023

Supervisor.s : Alice Bellicha, Sandrine Péneau

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EREN

Association between mindful eating, food consumption, and weight status in the NutiNet-Santé cohort

Pauline Paolassini-Guesnier

Promotion : 2022

Supervisor.s : Sandrine Péneau

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EREN

Exposure to pesticides near agricultural plots and risk of acute childhood leukaemia

Matthieu Mancini

Promotion : 2022

Supervisor.s : Stéphanie Goujon

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EPICEA

Obstetrical context and risk of post-traumatic stress disorder in post-partum

Alizée Froeliger

Promotion : 2022

Supervisor.s : Catherine Deneux, Loïc Sentilhes

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EPOPé

Conceptualizing and assessing the robustness of healthcare algorithms

Alan Balendran

Promotion : 2022

Supervisor.s : Raphaël Porcher

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METHODS

Inappropriate care during childbirth and risk of post-partum depression

Marianne Jacques

Promotion : 2022

Supervisor.s : Camillle Le Ray

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EPOPé

Modelling departures from normality in network meta-analysis

Kanella Panagiotopoulou 

Promotion : 2022

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METHODS

Dietary transition of French adults: position in relation to an optimal sustainability trajectory?

Hafsa Toujgani

Promotion : 2022

Supervisor.s : Emmanuelle Kesse-Guyot

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EREN
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