From Mines de Saint Etienne

  • Benjamin Dalmas, a professor at Mines Saint-Etienne, is the Mines Saint-Etienne co-director of this MSc in Health Management and Data Intelligence. He has a PhD in Process Mining from the University of Clermont Auvergne. His areas of research include modeling patient pathways, predicting future steps in the health process, and analyzing medical-administrative data.

 

-Thierry Garraix, a professor at Mines Saint-Etienne, reports to the Healthcare Systems and Health Services Engineering Laboratory of the Center for Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering. He completed his PhD at the University of Avignon and his areas of research include operational research and optimization processes applied to health management.

 

  • Jérôme Molimard, a professor at Mines Saint-Etienne, is the assistant director of the Center for Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering. He has a PhD in Mechanics from INSA Lyon and his research focuses on the interaction of medical devices with the human body (capture and modeling of the shod foot in motion, friction effects in compressive medical devices, mechanical characterization of orthotics).

 

  • Laurent Navarro, a professor at Mines Saint-Etienne, has a PhD in Image, Vision and Signals from the Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne. His research focuses on signal and image processing in the medical field. He reports to the Biological Surfaces and Tissue engineering team at the Center for Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering. He contributes to various European research projects.

 

  • Jérémie Pourchez, a professor at Mines Saint-Etienne, is the assistant director of the Center for Biomedical and Healthcare Engineering and manages the Biomaterials and Inhaled Particles laboratory. He has a PhD from the Industrial Process Science Center at Mines Saint-Etienne. His research focuses on the following areas: Electronic devices for aerosol therapy and industrial nanotoxicology. He is also responsible for promoting the fields of medicine, engineering and pharmacy.

 

  • Xiaolan Xie, a professor at Mines Saint-Etienne, is in charge of the Healthcare Systems and Health Services Engineering department at Mines Saint-Etienne and the University of Jiaotong in Shanghai. He has a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Nancy. His areas of research cover the following topics: medical data analysis and modeling, performance evaluation, and optimization of healthcare systems.