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Mrs Camille Maringe

MSc

Research Fellow

Room
254

LSHTM
Keppel Street
London
WC1E 7HT
United Kingdom

Tel.
+44 (0)20 7927 2578

Camille completed her graduation in biostatistic at ENSAI in France (Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Analyse de l'Information). She worked as a statistical fellow for the GSK epidemiology department before joining the School in November 2007. She is currently a research fellow in the CRUK Cancer Survival Group/ Department of Non-communicable disease Epidemiology.

Affiliations

Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health
Department of Non-communicable Disease Epidemiology

Centres

Centre for Global Chronic Conditions

Research

As a member of the Cancer Survival Group, Camille studies inequalities in cancer outcomes, mostly in the England. With observational data, she is using causal inference methodology and emulated clinical trials to study the effect of receiving surgical treatment on 1-year survival in elderly lung cancer patients. She is investigating Hospital Episode Statistics data linked to cancer registrations to study inequalities in emergency admissions around the cancer diagnosis.

She is also pursuing methodological research around modelling net survival for the prediction and projection of cancer survival.

 

Research Area
Health inequalities
Health outcomes
Modelling
Discipline
Epidemiology
Statistics
Disease and Health Conditions
Cancer
Country
United Kingdom

Selected Publications

Summarizing and communicating on survival data according to the audience: a tutorial on different measures illustrated with population-based cancer registry data
Belot A; Ndiaye A; Luque-Fernandez M-A; Kipourou D-K; Maringe C; Rubio FJ; Rachet B
2019
CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
Explained variation of excess hazard models.
Maringe C; Pohar Perme M; Stare J; Rachet B
2018
Statistics in medicine
Trends in lung cancer emergency presentation in England, 2006-2013: is there a pattern by general practice?
Maringe C; Pashayan N; Rubio FJ; Ploubidis G; Duffy SW; Rachet B; Raine R
2018
BMC cancer
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