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  • Phone : 0675759353
  • Location : Grenoble, France
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Sébastien BAILLY PharmD, PhD Biostatistics, HDR

Course and current status

Current position: permanent researcher at HP2 laboratory - INSERM


  • 2021: University degree - Nutritional epidemiology - Bordeaux University
  • 2021 : University degree - Obesity medicine - Grenoble Alpes University
  • 2019: Habilitation thesis (HDR) - Director: Pr JL Pépin - Grenoble Alpes University
  • 2015: PhD Thesis -  Director: Pr JF Timsit - Grenoble Alpes University
  • 2015: PharmD Thesis - Director: Pr M Cornet - Grenoble Alpes University
  • 2015 : University degree- Medical pedagogy - Grenoble Alpes University
  • 2012: Master Thesis - Lyon 1 University - Biostatistics, Biomathematics and Bioinformatics in health
  • 2002: Agricultural engineer - ISARA Lyon


  • 2016 : Laureate of the national Academy of Medicine –  Albert Sézary Price
  • 2015 : ISF Research Award – 28th ESICM annual congress - Berlin
  • 2015 : Conference grant – Association of former interns in Pharmacy of Grenoble
  • 2013-2014 : Holder of a scholarship year research internship in pharmacy – ARS RA
  • 2013 : Graheme Clarke – Cochlear scholarship winner

Political and society implications

  • Member of the HDR board(Doctoral school ED-ISCE Grenoble Alpes University)
  • Elected member of the specialized scientific commission n°6 de l’INSERM '2022)
  • Elected member of the Statistics and sports group of the French Statistics Society(since 2019)
  • Member of the scientific council of the OutcomeRea association for resuscitation research (since 2015)
  • Member of the International Society of Clinical Biostatistics

Scientific summary

INSERM Researcher at HP2 laboratory. My research field focuses on observationnal longitudinal data analyses with two majors topics:  causal inference on observationnal data and clustering of statics and longitudinal data.

The final objective is to pragmatic approach dedicated to patients that will curb their health trajectory to one with better prognosis and to identify major determinants of health trajectories by using real-life data.

The derivation of patients’ trajectories from a large set of multidimensional covariates, from different sources, repeatedly measured over time raises methodological challenges that are addressed through a dedicated collaboration and partnerships with national and international experts.

I am member of the multidisciplinary institute of artifical intelligence (MIAI) of Grenoble (chair My Way To Health) and I am co-chair of E-Health chair of Grenoble Alpes University Fundation.

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