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PHD-student
- PHD-student in biostatistic at the university of Bordeaux, ISPED since october 2016. Supervisor: Virginie Rondeau
- Master degree in Public health, specialty "Méthodes Quantitatives et Econométriques pour la Recherche en Santé", Aix-Marseille University, France, 20114-2016
-Data manager at the Department of Epidemiology and Public health, Centre Pasteur du Cameroun, 2011-2016
- Master degree in Computer science, University of yaounde I, Cameroon,  2008-2011
- Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and Computer Science, Specialty Basic Computer Science, University of Dschang , Cameroon,2005-2008
- Baccalauréat C, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, Bamendjou High School, Cameroon, 2005
researcher at INSERM

Sofeu CL, Emura T and Rondeau V. One-step validation method for surrogate endpoints in multiple randomized cancer clinical trials with failure-time endpoints. XXIX International Biometric Conference, Barcelona, 2018 July 8-13, oral section, 2952273

Sofeu CL, Broban A, Njifou Njimah A et al.  « Improving systematic rabies surveillance in Cameroon: A pilot initiative and results for 2014-2016″.  PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2018 Sep 6; 12(9):e0006597

– Ateba Ndongo F, Texier G, Ida Penda C, Tejiokem MC, Tetang Ndiang S, Ndongo JA, Guemkam G, Sofeu CL et al..  « Virologic Response to Early Antiretroviral Therapy in HIV-infected Infants: Evaluation After 2 Years of Treatment in the Pediacam Study, Cameroon ». Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2018 Jan;37(1):78-84

– Anfumbom K.W. Kfutwah, Paul Alain T. Ngoupo, Casimir Ledoux Sofeu, Francis Ateba Ndongo, Georgette Guemkam, Suzie Tetang Ndiang, Félicité Owona, Ida Calixte Penda, Patrice Tchendjou, Christine Rouzioux, Josiane Warszawski, Albert Faye, Mathurin Cyrille Tejiokem. « Cytomegalovirus infection in HIV-infected infants treated early with cART in the ANRS 12140 – Pediacam study in Cameroon: frequency, risk factors and disease progression ». BMC infectious Disease, 2017.

Sofeu, C. L., Warszawski, et al. « Low birth weight in perinatally HIV-exposed uninfected infants: observations in urban settings in Cameroon. » PLoS One 9(4): e93554. April 2014

– Sofeu CL, Tejiokem MC, Protopopescu C \textit{et al.} “ Early treated HIV-infected children remain at risk of growth retardation during the first five years of live: results from the ANRS-Pediacam cohort in Cameroon”. 11e Conférence francophone d’Epidémiologie Clinique, 24e Journée des Statisticiens des Centres de lutte contre le cancer, Saint-Etienne, 17-19 mai 2017 (Session : Epidémiologie Clinique)

Casimir Ledoux Sofeu et al. “Enquête téléphonique sur les motifs de non retour des enfants non infectés par le VIH aux visites planifiées dans une cohorte impliquant les enfants infectés par le VIH au Cameroun”. Huitième conférence  Internationale Francophone VIH / Hépatites – AFRAVIH à Bruxelles, Belgique, du 20 au 23 Avril 2016 (Thème: Epidemiologie, code: PV4)

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