Dr Guy Fagherazzi is the Director of the Department of Precision Health at the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH), which is composed of 9 research units and where he leads the research activity in public health and epidemiology. He is also the Head of the Deep Digital Phenotyping (DDP) Research Unit at LIH. He is a senior research scientist in Digital Epidemiology with strong expertise in the analysis of large population-based studies using Artificial Intelligence (AI) methods.
Aurélie Fischer joined LIH in August 2001 as a Research Engineer in the HIV Clinical & Translational Research Unit and is now part of the DDP Research group as a Digital Health Scientific Manager.
She sets up research projects in the field of digital health and real-life studies and contributes to their development.
As scientific coordinator of Colive Voice, she coordinates the activities of the research project team.
Gloria AGUAYOMD, PhD – Epidemiologist
Gloria Aguayo, MD, PhD is epidemiologist. She joined the LIH in September 2004 as a scientist. She worked in the emotional disorders lab and later in the epidemiology research unit. Currently, she is part of the DDP Research group as a senior researcher. Her main interests are diabetes, mental health, epidemiological methods, and patient and public involvement in the context of a digital cohort study. She is in charge of evaluating questionnaires, writing protocols and articles and analyzing data for the Colive voice project.
Abir ElbéjiData Scientist
Abir Elbéji is a PhD student in the DDP Research group. She is working on the development of vocal biomarkers for monitoring symptoms such as fatigue in patients with serious illnesses (COVID-19, Cancer, Diabetes), using Colive Voice collected data. Watch Abir Interview
Franchesca Aguirre is a graduate psychologist from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (UC). She is a student of the Psychology master program at the University of Trier and joined the Deep Digital PhenotypingResearch Unit in October 2021 as a trainee.
She is working on the PsyVoice project, a study involving patient and public, dedicated to understanding the needs, apprehensions, and preferences of people living with type 1 diabetes regarding the development of digital health solutions based on vocal-biomarkers analysis.
Mégane PizzimentiDigital Health Scientific Manager
Mégane Pizzimenti joined the LIH in March 2022 as a Digital Health Scientific Manager in the DDP Research Unit.
She coordinates the activities related to the Colive Voice project, develops national and international collaborations and takes part in the strategic planning of the research activities.
Aurore Dobosz joined LIH in July 2021 as a Digital Communication Officer.
She is dedicated to the communication of Colive Voice, to make the general public aware of the project. She is also in charge of recruiting participants for Colive Voice and setting up various partnerships for the project.
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