Who's Who

Sophie Pilleron

Postdoctoral Fellow

Section of Cancer Surveillance


Specialty:

Epidemiology, NCDs, Elderly, Low and middle income countries

Academic Degrees

YearDegreeMajorInstitutionTownCountry
2014PhDEpidemiologyUniversity of LimogesLimogesFrance
2007MScEpidemiologyUniversity of BordeauxBordeauxFrance
2004MScPublic Health and Developing countriesUniversity of Pierre and Marie Curie Paris 6France


Current Research Projects

  • Epidemiology of cancer in the Elderly


Selected Publications

Pilleron S, Ajana S, Jutand M-A, Helmer C, Dartigues J-F, Samieri C, et al. Dietary Patterns and 12-Year Risk of Frailty: Results From the Three-City Bordeaux Study. (2017) J Am Med Dir Assoc. Feb 1;18(2):169-175.

Pilleron S, Jésus P, Desport J-C, Mbelesso P, Ndamba-Bandzouzi B, Clément J-P, Dartigues J-F, Preux P-M, Guerchet M, and the EPIDEMCA group (2015) Association between undernutrition and cognitive disorders in elderly people in Central Africa.British Journal of Nutrition. 23:1-10.

Pilleron S, Guerchet M, Ndamba-Bandzouzi B, Mbelesso P, Dartigues J-F, Preux P-M, Clément J-P, for the EPIDEMCA group (2015) Association between stressful life events and cognitive disorders in Central Africa: A result from the EPIDEMCA study. Neuroepidemiology. 44:99-107

Pilleron S, Desport J-C, Jésus P, Mbelesso P, Ndamba-Bandzouzi B, Dartigues J-F, Clément J-P, Preux P-M, Guerchet M (2015) Diet, alcohol consumption and cognitive disorders in Central Africa : a study from the EPIDEMCA program. Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging. Jun 19(6):657-67

Pilleron S, Clément JP, Ndamba-Bandzouzi B, Mbelesso P, Dartigues JF, Preux PM, Guerchet M (2014) Is dependent personality disorder associated with mild cognitive impairment and dementia in Central Africa? A result from the EPIDEMCA programme. Int Psychogeriatr. Sep 1:1-10.