2nd BPH Junior Researchers’ Day
25 SEPT – Agora Hall – Domaine du Haut Carré


2nd BPH Junior Researchers’ Day

Monday 25 September 2023

From 9h to 17h
Agora hall – Domaine du Haut Carré – Talence

Back-to-school event!
We’re delighted to give you a preview of the program for the next BPH Young Researchers’ Day..


8.30 – 9.00   Reception of the participants
9.00 – 9.10   Stéphanie Debette – Introduction to the day
9.10 – 9.20   Rodolphe Thiebaut – Digital Public Health Graduate Program
9.20 – 9.30   BBPH

9.30 – 12.15  Oral Presentations

9.30 – 9.45   Melek AktasUser engagement to improve the effectiveness of digital interventions in prevention and health promotion – PHARES
9.45 – 10.00   Tiphaine Saulnier4-step longitudinal analysis of latent traits derived from measurement scales: quality-of-life in multiple system atrophy – BIOSTAT
10.00 – 10.15   Marie NavarroLong-term impact of Covid-19 pandemic in adolescents’ mental health: theEpiCoV French longitudinal population-based cohort – HEALTHY
10.15 – 10.50   Game/quiz & pause café
10.50 – 11.05   Virgilio HernandezRuiz Predictors of functional decline in older people living with HIV in a Mexican clinical cohort – ACTIVE
11.05 – 11.20   Constance BordesSignaling lipids signature of cerebral small vessel disease – ELEANOR
11.20 – 11.35   Clément MathieuImpact of the COVID-19 pandemic and its control measures on cardiovascular drugs use in France – AHEAD
11.35 – 11.45   Game and quiz
11.45 – 12.00   Jeanne BardinetPlasma carotenoids and risk of depressive symptomatology in a population-based cohort of older adults – LEHA
12.00 – 12.15   Iris GanserEstimating the population effectiveness of interventions against COVID-19 in France – SISTM

12.15 – 12.30   Poster blitz

Antoine GbessemehlanPerceived Healthy Life Expectancy at Old Ages: Results from three French population-based cohorts – ACTIVE
Frauke BeyerSpatial patterns of WMH are related to cardiovascular risk factors and cognitive decline across two cohorts– ELEANOR
Tim D’AoustAn integrative polygenic risk score for all-cause dementia shows predictive potential across population and clinical settings – ELEANOR
Sara LimaRebouças Retinal microvasculature and risk of incident dementia over a 10-year period: results from the 3C-Alienor population-based study – LEHA
Kateline Le BourdonnecContinuous-time mediation analysis for repeated mediators and outcome – BIOSTAT
Ashlyn SchwartzA systematic review: Adverse childhood experiences and substance use among university students – HEALTHY
Sandrine DomecqAnalysis of healthcare trajectories: knowledge synthesis – PHARES
Sabyne AudignonIntegrated Approach to Assess Exposure to Ultrafine Particles in Epidemiological Studies – EPICENE
Marie PoiseuilSurvival after breast cancer according to organised and opportunistic screening and social inequalities – EPICENE
Yanis AsloudjGORi: automated biological characterization of gene signatures under the scope of multiple controlled vocabularies – AHEAD
Auriane GabautHigh-dimension Mechanistic model building using lasso approaches: application to Ebola Vaccination – SISTM

12.35 – 14.00   Lunch Break

14.00 – 14.55   Thesis in 180 seconds and Oral Presentations

14.00 – 14.05   Amélie BoucheEt si la santé des résidents en EHPAD ne dépendait pas uniquement de prédispositions individuelles et environnementales ? Rôle de la santé des soignants et de la structure – ACTIVE
14.05 – 14.20  Marie Kerbie PlaisyMetabolic causes of liver disease among adults living with HIV from Lowand middle-income countries – GHiGS
14.20 – 14.35  Nolwenn Jestin-GuyonEnvironmental exposure to pesticides and chronic respiratory diseases  – EPICENE
14.35 – 14.40  Marie TartagliaMulti expositions professionnelles maternelles durant la grossesse et pathologie de grossesse, développement de l’enfant – EPICENE
14.40 -14 .55  Louise WallerichEnvironmental determinants of children’s health and strategies and conditions for action and policy guidance – PHARes
14.55 – 15.30 Game and quiz + coffee break
15.30 – 15.45  Shino ArikawaPrevalence and risk factors associated with malaria infection in children under two years of age in southern Togo prior to perennial malaria chemoprevention implementation – GhiGS
15h.45 – 16.00   Dylan RussonModeling emergencies to optimize flows and care – AHEAD
16.00 – 16.05  Lisa Le GallLongitudinal association between biomarkers of anemia and martial deficiency and clinical events in chronic kidney disease – BIOSTAT/LEHA
16.05 – 16.20  Isabeau Saint-SuperyCross-cultural evaluation of a web application to support communication and collaboration among stakeholders of the school inclusion of children with ASD – ACTIVE

16:20 Awards & closing ceremony

20.30 – 23.30 Young researchers’ evening

This 2nd edition will close with a convivial event reserved for young researchers, subject to availability (register early!).
The evening will be held at Lola’s bar in Bordeaux.


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For more information on the venue and timetable, don’t hesitate to join the BBPH mailing list, where an email will be sent out shortly with all the details, or refer to the posters posted around BBPH.