After obtaining my PhD in Epidemiology, I completed my first postdoctoral fellowship at the NIH before coming to France through the NICHD-Inserm Exchange. I am currently a postdoctoral fellow in the METHODS team of CRESS-UMR1153.
Within the @Hotel-Dieu project, my current work focuses on digital health interventions such as biometric wearable devices and AI. Specifically, my research aims to review available methods to evaluate digital health interventions and to evaluate the strengths and limitations of these methods.
- Digital therapeutics
- Research design
- Perinatal epidemiology
- Amyx, Melissa M., et al. “Feasibility of conducting a trial assessing benefits and risks of planned caesarean section versus planned vaginal birth: a cross-sectional study.” Maternal and Child Health Journal. 2021. [paper]
- Amyx, Melissa M. Caesarean sections among low risk women: Effects of planned Caesarean compared to planned vaginal delivery and sources of influence on patient preference. Diss. Tulane University, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, 2017. [thesis]