Meet our team
Florian is a psychiatrist, meta-researcher and former post-doctoral fellow at METRICS (the Meta-research Innovation Center at Stanford). He's currently Professor of Therapeutics at Rennes 1 University, France. His research interests are evaluating and developing methodological solutions to assess treatments in patients, primarily but not exclusive in psychiatric research. He has a strong interest in studying research wastes and data-sharing practices.
Jeanne is a PhD student involved in the ReiTheR project. Her thesis is focused on the description of funders' data-sharing policies and the inferential reproducibility of randomized controlled trials available on data-sharing platforms.
Max is a PhD student involved in the ReiTheR project. His research focuses on data-sharing policies of medical journals and the reproducibility of randomized controlled trials that led to marketing authorization of drugs in the European Union.
Claude is a pharmacy resident at Rennes 1 University, France. He has a special interest in meta-research and supports open science. His research focuses on the evaluation of the impact of randomized controlled trials data-sharing: does it lead to better or faster knowledge?
Clara is a PharmD with a PhD in Oncology: Pharmacology and Therapeutics'. She is currently assistant professor in pharmacology and methodology. Her research interests are quality, transparency and reproducibility of trials studying targeted therapy in oncology.
Laura is a PhD student at Rennes 1 University, working in Rennes's Clinical Investigation Center (CIC Inserm 1414). She is working mainly on quality, transparency and reproducibility of trials studying targeted therapy in oncology. She provided support in various meta-research projects related with the ReiTheR program.
Norah is a public health MD interested in methods and statistics in epidemiology and clinical research. Her MD thesis was about impact of clinical trials data re-use.
Damien is an upper GI surgeon who is interested in the reproducibility of research in the field of surgery. His first project evaluates the promotion of transparency in surgical research by focusing on data sharing practices and their implementation. Other projects are under consideration on the theme of reproducibility, publication kinetics and level of evidence in the surgical field.
Alexandre is a public health MD, focused on informatics and epidemiology, with a touch of user experience. He is the geek of the team and always has a technical solution to solve the biggest computing problems.
Henri is a master student at Rennes 1 University. He has an interested in studying the output of data sharing platforms, especially in the context of MIPD meta-analyses.