Raphaël Porcher

Raphaël Porcher
Raphaël Porcher is Associate Professor of Biostatistics at Paris Descartes University, member of the METHODS team of the INSERM – Sorbonne Paris Cité Epidemiology and Statistics Research Centre (UMR-S 1153) and of the Fresh EQUATOR Centre. He has published over 300 papers (more than 40 as first or senior author), including statistical and methodological papers, clinical trials, observational studies and propensity scores and prognostic studies. His research interests are focused on three main following topics: Methods for personalized medicine, including statistical methods for the identification of optimal treatment regimes using randomized, large observational and routinely collected data; Estimation of the treatment effect in complex study designs, including causal inference for observational and randomized studies, real-life data, time-fixed and time-varying interventions; Evidence mapping and complex system methods in meta-research.
Dr Porcher is also involved in applied clinical research, including clinical trials, observational studies and prognostic studies, with a special focus on personalizing care. He is also a member of the Comité d’Evaluation Ethique / Institutional Review Board of Inserm. Dr. Porcher is Senior Associate Editor for Methods at Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, and Associate Editor for Modeling Outcomes at the Journal of Hepatology.

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