BSc Hons (Biochem) MBiostat
Sandrine joined The George Institute in 2013 as a Biostatistician. She has an Honours in Biochemistry from the University of Dijon, France and a Master in Biostatistics from the University of Montpellier, France.
Prior to joining The George Institute, Sandrine has been working as a senior biostatistician/SAS programmer in Clinical Research Organisations (service providers for pharmaceutical companies) for 15 years.
Her early professional experience was orientated in Central Nervous System studies (Phase I and II) including trials in Depression, Schizophrenia, Parkinson, Sleep disorders and Drug addiction and later she led statistical project teams on multiple oncology studies (prostate, lung, cervical cancer and gene therapy treatment) as well as studies in osteoarthritic Pain, transfusion therapy, bipolar disorder I, influenza and diabetes.
Sandrine is currently working on the analysis of the data from combined studies on a polypill developed by the George Institute for secondary prevention of cardiovascular diseases.