Biostatistics and Epidemiology Office
The Biostatistics and Epidemiology Office is part of the Clinical Research Division and has been labelled an Center for Data Handling by the National Cancer Institute (INCa) since 2007.
The Biostatistics and Epidemiology Office comprises about 40 members (statisticians, MDs in public health, pharmacists-statisticians, public health intern, data-managers, health economists, etc.) and has the following main missions:
- Statistical analysis of clinical trials, associated translational studies, and of real world data.
- Data management and handling of clinical trials sponsored by Gustave Roussy, from protocol to publication. This activity represents more than 100 active clinical trials.
- Clinical trials methodology
- Cancer epidemiology
- Health economics
- Metrics: to produce and to analyze metrics of the clinical research activity of Gustave Roussy
The research aspects of all these areas have been labelled within the "Oncostat” team of the “Centre de recherche en Epidémiologie et Santé des Populations” (CESP) – INSERM UMR 1018.
The Biostatistics and Epidemiology Office welcomes Master degree trainees in biostatistics, health economics, clinical epidemiology/research and data-management each year and participates in doctoral and post-doctoral training. BBE provides hundreds hours of university teaching per year
Biostatistics and Epidemiology Office seminars
The Monday’s seminars are weekly seminars organized every Monday from 12h to 13h. They are open to all.