The Centre is composed of 9 Research Teams
EPOPé – Obstetrical, Perinatal and Pediatric Epidemiology Research
Our research focuses on the health of women during and after pregnancy, the health of children as it relates to pregnancy and birth, and general pediatrics in France and internationally.
ECSTRRA – Epidemiology and Clinical Statistics for Tumor, Respiratory, and Resuscitation Assessments
We create statistical tools to best fit the clinical setting, in order to improve responses to clinical questioning in terms of diagnosis, treatment or prognosis, and going beyond traditional approaches.
EREN- Nutritional Epidemiology
The objective of the EREN team is to investigate the relationships between nutrition and health, the mechanisms underlying these relationships and the determinants of dietary behaviours.
ECAMO – Clinical epidemiology applied to rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases
Our objectives, as described at the time of our creation, were to identify new risk factors, consider the role of co-morbidities in RMDs, develop evaluation criteria and assess therapeutic strategies in RMDs.
METHODS – Methods of therapeutic evaluation of chronic diseases
The objectives of the METHODS team are to rethink the therapeutic evaluation of chronic diseases, propose new concepts and develop new methodological approaches.
EARoH – EArly life Research on later Health
Our ultimate aim is to show that ensuring the conditions of a nurturing and healthy early start in life for all has great potential to reach one major goal of the NSH : prioritizing prevention rather than care of chronic diseases.
EPICEA – Epidemiology of childhood and adolescent cancers
The EPICEA team develops most of its research on environmental and genetic risk factors for childhood cancers.
EpiAgeing- Epidemiology of Ageing & Neurodegenerative diseases
Our overarching aim, using a lifecourse approach, is to identify the drivers of health at older ages. Key areas of research are: cognitive decline, multimorbidity, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
HERA – Health Environmental Risk Assessment
The team is in charge of the PARIS cohort, a population-based birth cohort that supports its research.