The team is very involved in training the next generation of leaders in epidemiology and statistics.
Our doctoral students benefit from a solid training program with regular meetings with their supervisors, participate in the meetings and activities of the team and in the scientific activities of CRESS (speed meeting, doctoral seminar, peer-review training, etc.).
All of our students publish their thesis work as first author in recognized scientific journals.
The team is affiliated with the doctoral school "Public Health: Epidemiology and Medical Information Sciences" ED 393 (Université Paris Cité). All the details relating to the application, registration and thesis defense are available on the school's website.
You will find below all the theses in progress as well as all the theses successfully defended by the former PhD students of the team.
Importance of circadian rhythm for cognitive ageing
Supervisor.s : Séverine Sabia
Importance of the activity intensity distribution for health across the lifespan
Jaime López García
Supervisor.s : Séverine Sabia, Eivind Aadland
Impact of Apolipoprotein E genotype on normal and pathological cognitive ageing
Supervisor.s : Julien Dumurgier, Pr. Bernard Hanseeuw
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