Léa
DUCHESNE

Temporarily attached to education and research



Subject: Epidemiology, health economics

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2015-2019 : PhD in epidemiology and health services research, Pierre Louis Institute of Epidemiology and Public Health (Inserm UMR-S 1136, Sorbonne University) which focused on the identification of tools and strategies for diagnosing chronic hepatitis C in countries with limited health-care resources. 

2018-2019 : Engineer, Saint-Antoine Hospital (Paris). Research projects on the prevalence of antimicrobial resistance and infectious diseases in migrants, and the risk of HBV reactivation in patients receiving monoclonal antibodies. 

Since May 2020 : Cost-effectiveness study of implementing opt-out hepatitis C virus screening in Canadian provincial prisons, conducted in partnership with the McGill Universit (Montreal, Canada).

Since September 2020 :  Temporarily attached to teaching and research (SPHERE unit).

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Key-words

Cost-effectiveness analysis
diagnostics
Infectious diseases (HCV, HBV, HIV)
Intellectual property,
Innovation

Publications

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Model-based cost-effectiveness estimates of testing strategies for diagnosing hepatitis C virus infection in Central and Western Africa

Duchesne L, Hejblum G, Njouom R, Toure Kane NC, Toni T-D, Moh R, et al.

PLoS One.
2020 Aug 24;15(8)
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Teachings

Faculty of Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences, Nantes (pharmacy, medical, midwife, and master students) : public health, biostatistics, methodology in clinical and epidemiological research, critical appraisal of scientific literature, computer classes

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