With a formal background in engineering, Guillaume Jeannerod has been at the helm of EpiConcept since 2003. He has 15 years of experience putting in place various public health information technology (IT) systems and in particular in the management of regional campagnes for cancer screening.
Dr Alain Moren heads the Epidemiology department of EpiConcept. He is a medical epidemiologist, former US-CDC EIS officer, director of MSF medical department, director of Epicentre, and coordinator of EPIET. He has an extensive expertise in conducting data analysis and training field epidemiologists. As coordinator of the EPIET programme for 11 years he has supervised many EPIET fellows involved in the various EU disease specific surveillance networks and contributed to the development of the EPIET training material and curriculum. He has contributed to many surveillance activities, outbreak investigations, applied research studies and communication at the European and international level. Click here to see more videos from Alain.
Etienne Sévin holds an advanced studies degree (DEA) in biomathematics and Biostatistics. Specializing in the latest web technologies, he is the architect of the Voozanoo rapid database development system and director of Web Information Systems (WIS).
Valérie Nancey holds masters degrees in Economic science and International economics. After having been the office administrator of the consulting group Epicentre, she joined EpiConcept in the then newly created position of administrative and finance director. Valéry has strong experience in general administration and international projects.
With 12 years of IT experience and specializing in Agile methods, Dalhia Khnafo has been the director of the software development team since 2006. Her professional experience includes work in the hospital sector, industry, and software editors. She has a DEA (advanced studies degree) from the CNAM in ergonomics and specialized in cognitive ergonomics and organizational engineering.
Franck has a 3rd cycle masters degree from the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce in Bordeaux, a masters in neurobiology, and title of Associated Risk Manager from the insurance institute of America. After having worked several years in hospitals as a risk manager, Franck moved to information systems software in which he held various positions from conception to project management. Franck has been the marketing and commercial director of EpiConcept since July 2007.
Dr Loïc FLACHET is a medical doctor and holds a master of public health (MPH) degree. An expert in surveillance, evaluation, medical research and international health, he is currently the coordinator for the RSIE project for the Indian Ocean Commission. He has a deep knowledge of infomation systems and disease surveillance in hospitals.
Dr Marta Valenciano is a Veterinary Doctor. She previously worked for the Institut de Veille Sanitaire in France, WHO (surveillance of Infectious Disease & training), and EPIET as a coordinator. She has extensive experience in infectious disease surveillance systems and data analysis. She was the WHO focal point for TEPHINET and collaborated with various FETP programmes in South East Asia, Latin America and Africa. As coordinator of the EPIET programme she has supervised many EPIET fellows involved in the various EU disease specific surveillance networks. She has contributed to many surveillance activities, outbreak investigations, applied research studies and communication at the European and international level. She has contributed to the development of related training material and activities.
Esther Kissling is an epidemiologist and STATA specialist. She is also a cartoonist and has developed epidemiology related cartoons. She is a former EPIET fellow. She is currently involved at EpiConcept in data analysis of pooled studies on influenza vaccine effectiveness in the EU. She has contributed to many surveillance activities, outbreak investigations, applied research studies and communication at European level. She also contributed to the development of training material and conducted training in epidemiology and related software in Europe and abroad.
Ariane Halm is a pharmacist with work experience in the sector of humanitarian aid and developing countries. She has an MSc in epidemiology from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and was an EPIET fellow. She is now involved in designing and evaluating protocols and studies to measure the impact and effectiveness of the introduction of Rotavirus and HpV vaccinations. She conducts trainings in epidemiological methods and software.
Dr. Camelia Savulescu is a medical epidemiologist and former EPIET fellow from Romania, with work experience at national and international levels. She is coordinating the SpID-net project involving 10 surveillance sites from eight European Union countries. She was also involved in the I-MOVE project coordinating and supervising Influenza vaccine effectiveness studies in Spain and Romania. She has contributed to many surveillance activities, outbreak investigations, applied research studies and has communicated the findings at the European and international levels.
Thomas Seyler is an epidemiologist, former EPIET fellow (Rome) and a permanent staff member of EpiConcept. He is coordinating the field epidemiology training programme of the Indian Ocean Commission (FETP-OI). The first 'cohort' includes 6 fellows from Madagascar, Comoros, Mauritius and Seychelles. He has conducted training in epidemiology in Europe and Hong Kong. Thomas was also involved in developing the network for hospital-based Influenza vaccine effectiveness studies in the EU.
Richard Lepec is a Medical Doctor specialised in Public Health. He has a strong expertise in international public health missions in Asia and Africa with the French cooperation, WHO, MSF and Epicentre. He has coordinated public health networks for the surveillance and screening of cancers. He is currently coordinating a project aimed at strengthening Infectious disease surveillance activities for the Indian Ocean Commission.
Marc has a Masters degree in public health and epidemiology. Former EPIET fellow based in the Netherlands, he has worked on viral infections among drug users in various European contexts. He took part in the cholera surveillance activities during the recent epidemic in Haiti (2010-2011). His main activities at EpiConcept include the development of training material in epidemiology for emergency settings.
After a masters degree in information technologies from the University of Paris VI, Olivier began working for an IT service company then quickly went on to join the EpiConcept team in 2002. He began in the department of screening and registration where he participated in the expansion of breast cancer screening in 2003. Specialist in information systems, he has been managing EpiConcept's NGO department since 2007 where he coordinates the development of all services linked to field level management applications (accounting, human resources, and pharmacy stocks). Additionally, Olivier is an instructor for EpiData courses.
Joel is an accountant (LTP Montplaisir - Valence) and software developer (Ecoles techniques et de métiers de Genève) specializing in developing tools for NGOs (non-governmental organizations). He joined Epiconcept in 2000 as a Delphi developer and is now the technical project leader in the NGO department.
Farid, an occupational project manager within the Web Information Systems (WIS) group, holds an engineering degree in information technologies for health from Polytech'Grenoble. The connection between the world of health care and information technologies, he actively participates in the design, creation, and setup of IT solutions. His rigor and his experience of almost ten years in this sector make him the direct contact for clients.
Fidy has an engineering degree in Telecommunications and Multimedia Sciences from the Institut supérieur de l'électronique et du numérique in Lille, France. Joining EpiConcept in 2006 as a web developper, he is now a technical project manager in the Web Informations Systems (WIS) department.
Stéphanie holds an engineering degree in Bio-informatics and modeling from the INSA in Lyon. Her double competence in informatics and health problems has led her to the creation of diverse information systems for groups such as the National reference center at the Pasteur Institute. Currently an occupational project manager, she manages the creation and implimentation of information systems destined for the INSERM (National health institute for medical research) and the INED (National institute for demographic studies) as well as occupational monitoring tools such DAMOC (daily tuburculosis followup). Her approach from the point of view of the discipline allows her to target the expectations when creating new tools within the Web Information System group of EpiConcept.
Lore holds a masters degree in bio-informatics and data modeling as well as DIU training for clinical trial investigators. She has had internships in the dynamics of marine populations, IT systems, and a year of clinical research. She brings to EpiConcept informatics skills allied with statistical analysis in the domain applied to the problems in medicin.
Curtis has a masters in Educational Technology with a concentration in instructional design. He has held various positions applying technology to learning in the domains of industry, education, and government.
Jamila AIT-BOUJONOUI holds a masters degree in Economic and Social Administration with studies in general and territorial administration. She joined EpiConcept in 2003 and held various posts in the administrative department. She is currently the Assistant Director for Administration and Finance and administrative/finance manager of the information technologies department.