I am an assistant professor in biostatistics at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. I have a joint position shared between Gentofte univeristy hospital and the Section of biostatistics of the university. My two main activities are methodological research and providing statistical support to medical researchers. My initial research topics mainly focused on survival and competing risks data analysis and the development and validation of prediction models. Recent research topics also include causal inference, multiple testing, design and analyis of group sequential clinical trials and evaluation of biomarkers for patient treatment selection. Most of my clinicial collaborators are working on cardiology research projects based on danish registry data.
PhD in Biostatistics, 2013
University of Bordeaux, France
M.Sc. in Statistics, 2010
Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris, France
Diploma of Statistician (~ M.Sc.), 2010
University of Paris Institute of Statistics (ISUP), France
B.Sc. in Mathematics, 2007
University of Caen, France
The 8th annual conference Survival Analysis for Junior Researchers
(SAfJR) was hosted in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 24–26 April 2019. It was
a three-day event that was aimed at career-young statisticians with an
interest in the application and development of time-to-event analysis
and related topics. Check out the webpage.
The next edition of the conference, SAfJR 2020, will be hosted in Ulm, Germany, 1-3 April, 2020. Check out the webpage!