Guy Fagherazzi


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      1445 Luxembourg


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    Personal Statement

    My main research objective is to pave the way for modern real-life health research studies by being at the interface between digital epidemiology, data science, and clinical research. I implement comprehensive observational and real-life studies to identify digital biomarkers for remote monitoring of key symptoms or patient-reported outcomes of patients.

    Personal details

    I am the Director of the Department of Precision Health at the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH), which is composed of 9 research units and where I lead the research activity related to public health and epidemiology. I am also the Head of the Deep Digital Phenotyping Research Unit at LIH. I am a Senior Research Scientist in Digital Epidemiology with strong expertise in the analysis of large population-based studies using Artificial Intelligence (AI) methods. First trained in Mathematics, I have obtained a double Master Degree in Statistics and in Epidemiology. I started to work on digital epidemiology during my Ph.D. in 2008 on large French and pan-European population-based cohort studies when I was in the Centre of Research in Epidemiology and Population Health, the largest research center in public health in France. During my postdoctoral period, I have made two research stays as a Visiting Scientist and initiated a collaboration still ongoing with the Diabetes and Population Health Unit at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute in Melbourne, Australia.


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