With a background in human nutrition, I obtained a PhD in nutritional epidemiology in 2006 on the links between eating behavior and obesity. I have done two post-doctoral fellows, one in within the EPIC-InterAct project and one at the MRC epidemiology unit on infant temperament and breastfeeding. I was recruited at INSERM in 2011 and then as a senior researcher at INRAE in 2018 to develop a project on the development of eating behavior in childhood and on the links between perinatal nutrition and children's health and development. Specifically, I am studying the extent to which adherence to nutritional guidelines during pregnancy and infancy is associated with child health and development. Regarding infant feeding, beyond breastfeeding, I am interested in the nutritional composition of infant formulas and complementary feeding. I coordinate the nutritional part of the EDEN and ELFE birth cohort studies.
- Maternal and infant diet
- Eating behaviour
- Child Health and development
- de Lauzon-Guillain B, Marques C, Kadawathagedara M, Bernard JY, Tafflet M, Lioret S et al. (2022) Maternal diet during pregnancy and child neurodevelopment up to age 3.5 years: the nationwide Etude Longitudinale Francaise depuis l'Enfance (ELFE) birth cohort. Am J Clin Nutr 116, 1101-1111.
- Davisse-Paturet C, Raherison C, Adel-Patient K, Divaret-Chauveau A, Bois C, Dufourg MN et al. (2019) Use of partially hydrolysed formula in infancy and incidence of eczema, respiratory symptoms or food allergies in toddlers from the ELFE cohort. Pediatr Allergy Immunol 30, 614-623
- Guivarch C, Cisse AH, Charles MA, Heude B, de Lauzon-Guillain B (2023) Parental feeding practices as potential moderating or mediating factors in the associations between children's early and later growth. Int J Obes (Lond) 47, 190-196.