IPLESP at the forefront of COVID-19 research, online seminars


As of January 2020, several IPLESP teams have been developing research work on the new coronavirus. This work covered fields as varied as modeling, surveillance, population epidemiology, clinical epidemiology and therapeutic evaluation, social epidemiology. They gave rise to the establishment of several fruitful collaborations between the teams and researchers of the unit.
Two videoconference seminars took place on May 27 and July 1. They were recorded and can be viewed on our YouTube channel Seminar of May 27:
  • COVID-19: Importation, invasion and exit from containment / Chiara Poletto, Cécile Souty, Laura Di Domenico, Giulia Pullano
  • SAPRIS – a multicohort study in the general population / Fabrice Carrat
  • Mental health and addictive behavior in the context of the COVID-19 epidemic and containment: data from the TEMPO / Murielle Mary-Krause cohort, Maria Melchior
  • Table – round led by Dominique Costagliola on the evolution of the epidemic, Medicines, Prevention
Seminar of July 1:

  • Evolution of neutralizing anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in nursing staff over time / Stéphane Marot
  • Use of hydroxychloroquine during Covid: PSL experience / Olivier Paccoud, Valérie Pourcher
  • COVIDOM / Youri Yordanov Estimated duration of stay in intensive care due to COVID-19 / Gilles Hejblum
  • Table – round led by Karine Lacombe on Medicines, anti-SARS-CoV-2 immunity and post-COVID syndrome
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