Narimane Nekkab


Discipline(s): Public health and infectious disease modelling

Current position: PhD student

Diploma(s): Bachelor of Arts in Molecular and Cellular Biology (UC Berkeley 2013), Master of Public Health (EHESP 2015)

Affiliation(s): Department of Quantitative Methods in Public Health, Doctoral Network of Public Health, EA 7449 REPERES (Recherche en Pharmaco-épidémiologie et Recours aux Soins)

Curriculum

Bachelor of Arts in Molecular and Cellular Biology from UC Berkeley 2013, specialized in  Immunology & Pathogenesis

Master in Public Health from EHESP 2015, specialized in epidemiology

PhD candidate in MESuRS lab CNAM 2015-2018, thesis entitled "Spread of hospital-acquired infections and emerging multi-drug resistant Enterobacteriaceae in healthcare networks: Assessment of the role of inter-facility patient transfers on infection risks and control measures" supervised by Laura Temime, PhD, and Pascal Crépey, PhD

Research

My work thus far has focused on the role of patient transfers in the healthcare networks of France on the spread of hospital-acquired infections and specifically carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae. My colleagues and I have employed social network analysis techniques, mathematical modeling, and statistical methods in order to address these objectives.

Expertise

Epidemiology of infectious disease, biostatistics, and modeling

Courses

Biostatistics, M1 & M2 level, MPH, EHESP

Formation IDEA, EHESP