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.
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.
You will find below all the theses in progress as well as all the theses successfully defended by former CRESS doctoral students.
Prevalence of anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody (ANCA)-associated vasculitides and the role of the environment in their development
Supervisor.s : Alfred Marh
Heterogeneity in the evolution of pain and its treatment in inflammatory rheumatic diseases: Role of sociodemographic and disease related factors.
Supervisor.s : Christian Roux, Aline Dugravot
Evaluation of the algorithm underlying the Nutri-Score nutritional information system: proposals for adaptation and impact assessment
Supervisor.s : Julia Chantal
Impact of urban environment and air pollution on cardiometabolic health in adolescents: Findings from the PARIS birth cohort
Supervisor.s : Pr Isabelle Momas, Dr Céline Roda
Methods for estimating when to stop treatment and treatment duration using observational data
Supervisor.s : Raphaël Porcher
Aircraft fume events: consequences on cabin air quality and aircrew health from a French air fleet
Supervisor.s : Dr Lynda Bensefa-Cola, Dr Jean-Ulrich Mullot
Conscious eating: adapting observational and interventional tools to general and overweight French populations
Marion Van Beekum
Supervisor.s : Sandrine Peneau
Diet and respiratory/allergic morbidity: follow-up of the PARIS cohort from birth to adolescence
Supervisor.s : Pr Isabelle Momas, Dr Fanny Rancière
Multi-state model integrating molecular data to adapt the therapeutic strategy in T lymphoblastic acute leukaemia.
Supervisor.s : Jérôme Lambert, Nicolas Boissel
Importance of circadian rhythm for cognitive ageing
Supervisor.s : Séverine Sabia
Enrichment Bayesian designs for multiple classifier biomarkers
Supervisor.s : Sylvie Chevret