INSERM

INED

Elfe joint unit

133 Boulevard Davout
75980 Paris
France

Website:
http://www.ined.fr/en/research/research-teams/

INSERM

Centre for Research in Epidemiology and Statistics Paris Sorbonne Cité

16 avenue Paul Vaillant Couturier
94807 Villejuif
France

Website:
http://www.cress-umr1153.fr/en/

Project Leader

Dr. Marie-Aline Charles

Phone number: +33 156 064 322
Fax: +33 1 472 69 454

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Project Staff

Dr. Barbara Heude

Phone number: +33 1 455 951 85
Fax: +33 1 472 694 54

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Mathieu Ichou

Phone number: +33 1 560 620 17

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Lidia Panico

Phone number: +33 1 560 620 09

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Blandine de Lauzon-Guillain

Phone number: +33 1 455 950 19
Fax: +33 1 472 694 54

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Patricia Dargent-Molina

Phone number: +33 1 455 950 05
Fax: +33 1 472 694 54

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Institute presentation

Founded in 1964, the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm) is a public scientific and technological institute which operates under the joint authority of the French Ministry of Health and French Ministry of Research. As the only French public research institute to focus entirely on human health, in 2008 Inserm took on the responsibility for the strategic, scientific and operational coordination of biomedical research. In early 2008, 9 thematic institutes were created in the light of this new coordination role. The Public Health thematic remit encompasses all of the scientific disciplines that contribute to clinical research and public health (epidemiology, biostatistics, economy and sociology applied in the health field, environmental toxicology, clinical research methodology).

The French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED) is a public research institute specialized in population studies that works in partnership with the academic and research communities at national and international levels. INED was founded in 1945. It is under joint administrative supervision of the ministries of research and social affairs. The Institute’s missions are to study the populations of France and other countries, to ensure wide dissemination of the knowledge thereby acquired, and to provide training in research through research.

In 2010 INED and Inserm have created a joint unit to run the first French national birth cohort Elfe.

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