Centre for Epidemiology
and Population Health

Epidemiology of mental and physical health : investigating complexity to improve prevention and care.

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The CESP deals with the main health issues, including psychiatry, cancer, chronic diseases and primary care. Our research relies essentially on epidemiology, with a strong integrative perspective associating the most fundamental biological aspects (genomics) with the most concrete environmental ones (social inequalities, culture).
Our work is intended to be applicable in the short or medium term, whether for prevention, treatment or organization of the health care system. This is why we have close collaborations with many actors (NGOs, ministries and public institutions, private companies) as well as a large network of relationships with prestigious institutes located on most continents. CESP operates under the auspices of INSERM, Paris-Sud University and Versailles Saint-Quentin University.
 

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10 July 2024
09 September 2024

Laure Tabouy, researcher in neuroscience and the ethics of neuroscience, digital technology, neurotechnology and artificial intelligence

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10 July 2024 to 09 September 2024

E3N-Generations Scientific Day

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30 May 2024 to 22 July 2024

Marina Kvaskoff: a filmed interview on endometriosis research as part of France 2030

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the CESP is

11
Teams
3 transversal services
130
PhD students
mainly enrolled at EDSP Paris Saclay
5000
Publications
600
members
53
Cohorts

Past seminars

23 May 2024 16:15

Financement INCa SHS‐E‐SP : cancer de la vessie

Aldéric Fraslin, Equipe Oncostat, CESP U1018
23 May 2024 16:30

Financement AMI BOAS 2022 : rhumatismes inflammatoires chroniques, cohortes Gazel et Constances

Hélène Gouze, Equipe Epidémiologie respiratoire intégrative, CESP U1018

Publications

  • Forget lung, breast or prostate cancer: why tumour naming needs to change. Fabrice André, Elie Rassy, Aurélien Marabelle, Stefan Michiels & Benjamin Besse. . 2024; :
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  • Gender awareness among general practitioners in France: a cross sectional study using the Nijmegen Gender Awareness in Medicine Scale (N-GAMS). Perrine Goussault‑Capmas, Henri Panjo & Nathalie Pelletier‑Fleury. . 2024; :
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  • Effects of testosterone and sex hormone binding globulin on lung function in males and females: a multivariable Mendelian Randomisation study. Diana A van der Plaat,Alexandra Lenoir, Shyamali Dharmage,James Potts et al.. . ; :
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  • Glyphosate and neurotoxicity - a call for scientific renewal. Bastiaan R Bloem, Tjitske A Boonstra, Alexis Elbaz et al.. . 2024; :
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