Healthy Aging

Through Internet Counselling

in the Elderly



Collaborative project co-funded by the European Unions' Seventh Framework Programme (FP7, 2007-2013) under grant agreement No 305374.

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andrieu SProf Sandrine Andrieu (M.D, PhD) is an epidemiologist. She is currently professor of epidemiology and public health at the Toulouse University school of Medicine. She studied epidemiology and obtained her PhD in aging and public Health in 2002. Since 2011, she has been running the INSERM – Toulouse University research Unit UMR1027 on "risks, chronic diseases and disability" and heads the "Aging and Alzheimer Disease" research team. She currently coordinates the French Observatory of Research in AD. As responsible of the methodology clinical research unit of the Toulouse University hospital, she's responsible for methodological aspects of trials in aging. She has published more than 120 international papers and book chapters in the field of aging. She is presently involved in large intervention studies in the field of neurodegenerative disease (PLASA Study, GuidAge Study, MAPT Study) and large cohorts of Alzheimer Disease patients (ICTUS,REAL.fr). She is also involved in the BRIF (Bioresource Research impact factor) project which aims to assess the quantitative use and impact of bio-resources internationally, to trace research utilizing bio-resources and to credit the efforts of people and institutions that generate bio-resources, maintain them or make them available.

Picture with courtesy of INSERM/P.Latron