Team

Steering committe

Dr Isabelle Pin

Dr Isabelle Pin

is pediatric respirologist at Grenoble Alpes University Hospital Center. She is the principal investigator of the SEPAGES couple-child cohort. In particular, Isabelle Pin initiating the protocol allowing to have respiratory measure at two months.

Rémy Slama

Rémy Slama

is a research director at Inserm. He is the co-scientific investigator of the SEPAGES couple-child cohort. In the SEPAGES cohort, he is in charge of the scientific projects related to growth, cardiac health, microbiota, transcriptome and exposome.

Claire Philippat

Claire Philippat

is a researcher at Inserm. She is the co-scientific investigator of the SEPAGES couple-child cohort. In the SEPAGES cohort, she is in charge of the scientific projects related to chemical pollutant and child neuro-development.

Valérie Siroux

Valérie Siroux

is a research director at Inserm. In the SEPAGES cohort, she is in charge of the scientific projects related to respiratory health of the child and immunological parameters.

Johanna Lepeule

Johanna Lepeule

is a researcher at Inserm. In the SEPAGES cohort, she is in charge of the scientific projects related to air pollution, temperature and DNA methylation.

Sarah Lyon-Caen

Sarah Lyon-Caen

is a research engineer at Inserm. She is in charge of coordinating the SEPAGES cohort and leads the field work team in charge of collecting data.

Joane Quentin

Joane Quentin

is a clinical research associate at Grenoble Alpes University Hospital Center. She is in charge of the of volunteers follow-up and she coordinates the clinical protocol of the study.

Pr Sam Bayat

Pr Sam Bayat

is a respirologist and professor at Grenoble Alpes University Hospital Center. He is the principal investigator of the SEPAGES couple-child cohort. In particular, Sam Bayat initiating the protocol allowing to have respiratory measure at three years.

The current team in charge of
data collection and management.

Yoann Gioria

Yoann Gioria

is a clinical research associate at Inserm. Since 2016, he has been in charge of the volunteer’s follow-up. He is in charge of the clinical exams and the home visits.

Maïlys Barabgello

Maïlys Barabgello

is an Engineering Assistant at Inserm. Since 2019, she has been in charge of preparing the materials for the week of measurements, sending mails and contacting the volunteers.

Karine Supernant

Karine Supernant

is a study engineering at Inserm. She is in charge of the SEPAGES database management.

Anne Boudier

Anne Boudier

is a study engineering at Grenoble Alpes University Hospital Center. She is in charge of the SEPAGES database management.

Joane Quentin

Joane Quentin

is a clinical research associate at Grenoble Alpes University Hospital Center. She is in charge of the of volunteers follow-up and she coordinates the clinical protocol of the study.

They worked with us in the fieldwork team

Assia Benlakhryfa

Assia Benlakhryfa

Clinical research associate

was in charge of volunteers’ follow-up from 2015 to 2018.

Laura Borges

Laura Borges

Clinical research associate

was in charge of volunteers’ follow-up of SEPAGES feasibility study and the first volunteers of Sepages from 2013 to 2015.

Amandine Bossant

Amandine Bossant

Neuropsychologist

was in charge of conducting the psychologist exam at the three-year follow-up from 2020 to 2021.

Estelle Charvet

Estelle Charvet

Mid-wife

was in charge of volunteers’ follow-up from 2015 to 2018.

Justine Giraud

Justine Giraud

Nurse

was in charge of volunteers’ follow-up from 2014 to 2015.

Malorie Graça

Malorie Graça

Fieldwroker

was in charge of the day-to-day management: preparing materials, sending mails, contacting volunteers, ordering etc. from 2015 to 2018.

Karen Gridel

Karen Gridel

Fieldwroker

was in charge of recruiting the volunteers in the study from 2014 to 2017.

Karine Guichardet

Karine Guichardet

Neuropsychologist

Coordinated and conducted the psychologist exam at the three-year follow-up.

Jean-Tiphaine Iltis

Jean-Tiphaine Iltis

Neuropsychologist

was in charge of conducting the psychologist exam at the three-year follow-up from 2019 to 2020.

Anaëlle Levanic

Anaëlle Levanic

Neuropsychologist

was in charge of conducting the psychologist exam at the three-year follow-up from 2018 to 2021.

Muriel Marceau

Muriel Marceau

Nurse

was in charge of volunteers’ follow-up from 2015 to 2018.

Marie-Pierre Martin

Marie-Pierre Martin

Nurse

was in charge of the measure of the newborn lung function from 2015 to 2018.

Clémence Pelini

Clémence Pelini

Fieldworker

was in charge of volunteers’ follow-up from 2015 to 2018.

Aurélie Putod

Aurélie Putod

Mid-wife

was in charge of volunteers’ follow-up from 2014 to 2015.

Elisabeth Quintero

Elisabeth Quintero

Neuropsychologist

was in charge of conducting the psychologist exam at the three-year follow-up from 2018 to 2020.

Sandy Raffin

Sandy Raffin

Neuropsychologist

was in charge of conducting the psychologist exam at the three-year follow-up and the volunteers’ follow-up in 2019.

Scientific partners

Nicole Le Moual

Nicole Le Moual

is an epidemiologist and a research engineer at Inserm. In the SEPAGES cohort, she is in charge of projects on household exposure and respiratory health.

Dr Sabine Plancoulaine

Dr Sabine Plancoulaine

is a researcher at Inserm. In the SEPAGES cohort, she is in charge of projects on sleep.

Raphaëlle Varraso

Raphaëlle Varraso

is a researcher at Inserm. In the SEPAGES cohort, she is in charge of projects on nutrition.

Gaëlle Uzu

Gaëlle Uzu

is a research director at IRD. In the SEPAGES cohort, she is in charge of projects on oxidative potential of particulate matter.

Dr Hullo Eglantine

Dr Hullo Eglantine

is a pediatric respirologist at Grenoble Alpes University Hospital Center. She is co-investigator of the SEPAGES couple-child cohort.

Dr Llerena Catherine

Dr Llerena Catherine

is pediatric respirologist at Grenoble Alpes University Hospital Center. She is a co-investigator of the SEPAGES couple-child cohort.

Engineers, PhD students and postdoctoral researchers who are currently
working or who worked on data from the SEPAGES cohort

Anouk Marsal

Anouk Marsal

is currently a PhD student in the team of environmental epidemiology and the team of Atmospheric chemistry at the Institut des Géoscience de l’environnement. Anouk works on oxidative potential of particulate matter from the filters of the device MicrPem worn by the participants and the impact of the oxidative potential on the respiratory health of the child.

Aline Davias

Aline Davias

is currently a PhD student in the team of environmental epidemiology. Aline works on the impact of chemical pollutant on the microbiote and the effect of the microbiote in the child neuro-development in the SEPAGES cohort. Her on-going thesis is entitled “Environmental exposures, gut microbiota and neurodevelopment”

Mihyeon Kim

Mihyeon Kim

is currently a PhD student in the EArly life Research on later Health Team (EARoH) . Mihyeon works on sleep trajectory in parents and children in the SEPAGES cohort. Her on-going thesis is entitled «Sleep characteristics and their interrelations in the SEPAGES birth-cohort families».

Lucie Adelaide

Lucie Adelaide

is currently a PhD student in the team of environmental epidemiology. Lucie works on perinatal health in several French cohort including SEPAGES. Her on-going thesis is entitled “Combined effects of temperature, urban environment and social inequalities on perinatal outcomes in the context of adaptation to climate change”.

Marion Ouidir

Marion Ouidir

is doing a post-doctoral fellow-ship in the team of environmental epidemiology. In the frame work of her research, she works on exposure to chemical pollutants and post-natal growth. She also did her thesis in the team that she defended in 2017. Her thesis is entitled «Maternal exposure to air pollution during pregnancy: characterization of exposure, its determinants and association with fetal growth in two complementary cohorts.

Lucile Broséus

Lucile Broséus

is doing a post-doctoral fellowship in the team of environmental epidemiology. In the framework of her research she works on data on atmospheric pollution and placental DNA methylation in the SEPAGES cohort.

Lucille Borlaza

Lucille Borlaza

is doing a post-doctorale fellowship in the team of environmental epidemiology and the team of Atmospheric chemistry at the Institut des Géoscience de l’environnement. Lucille works on oxidative potential of particulate matter from the filters of the device MicroPem worn by the participants and the impact of the oxidative potential.

Annabelle Bédard

Annabelle Bédard

is doing a post-doctorale fellowship in the team of integrative respiratory epidemiology. Annabelle works, with Raphaëlle Varaso, on nutrition and respiratory data in the Sepages Cohort.

Ariane Guilbert

Ariane Guilbert

is a research engineer in the team of environmental epidemiology. In the Sepages cohort, she works chemical pollutants, geolocalisation and the child neuro-development. She also did her master internship in the team. Her master thesis was entitled «Prenatal exposure to non-persistent endocrine disruptors and child behavior in the SEPAGES cohort».

Emie Seyve

Emie Seyve

is a research engineer in the team of environmental epidemiology where she works on atmospheric pollutants and meteorological (temperature, humidity etc.) data. In the Sepages cohort, she works on geocoding the home address and meteorological condition from exposure model.

Ophélie Coiffier

Ophélie Coiffier

is a research engineer in the team of environmental epidemiology. In the Sepages cohort, she works on the impact of chemical pollutants on respiratory health.

Matthieu Rolland

Matthieu Rolland

is a research engineer in the team of environmental epidemiology. In the Sepages cohort, he works on data on chemical pollutants, fetal growth and neuro-development, in particular data from the eye-tracking exam performed at the Grenoble Center for Studies of Infants and Young Children.

Ian Hough

Ian Hough

did his thesis in the team of environmental epidemiology that he defended in 2021. In the framework of his thesis he worked on temperature data and perinatal birth in the SEPAGES cohort. His thesis is entitled « Temperature, Air Pollution, and Perinatal Health in the Context of Climate Change : Exposure and Impacts in Sensitive Populations ».

Pierre Lemire

Pierre Lemire

did his thesis in the Inserm team of integrative respiratory epidemiology. In the framework of his thesis, he worked on the data from SEPAGES on domestic household and respiratory health. His thesis is entitled «Household exposure to cleaning products and respiratory health».

Solène Cadiou

Solène Cadiou

did her thesis in the team of environmental epidemiology that she defended in 2020. In the framework of her thesis she worked ondata on exposome and DNA methylation in SEPAGES. Her thesis is entitled: «Using dna-methylation to inform the exposome-health relations»

Dorothy Nakiwala

Dorothy Nakiwala

did her thesis in the team of environmental epidemiology that she defended in 2020. In the framework of her thesis she worked on chemical data and the role of thyroid hormones in Sepages. Her thesis is entitled «Prenatal exposure to phenols and phthalates, child neurodevelopment and the role of the thyroid hormones».

Céline Vernet

Céline Vernet

did her thesis in the team of environmental epidemiology that she defended in 2018. In the framework of her thesis she worked on nonpersistent endocrine disruptors data in Sepages. Her thesis is entitled “Exposure to nonpersistent endocrine disruptors during pregnancy using biomarkers of exposure: Within-subject variability and effects on respiratory health in the offspring».

Stephan Gabet

Stephan Gabet

worked as a post-doctorate in the team of environmental epidemiology from 2017 until 2021. In the framework of his research he worked on data on atmospheric pollution and maternal DNA.

Paulina JADYNAK

Paulina JADYNAK

worked as a post-doctoral researcher in the team of environmental epidemiology from 2018 until 2022. In her work she focused on chemical exposures and fœtal growth as well as placental DNA methylation in the SEPAGES cohort.

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