Veterinary Public Health Institute

Team

Dr. Céline Faverjon

Postdoc

Department of Clinical Research and Public Health (DCR-VPH)

Telefon
031 631 57 31
E-Mail
celine.faverjon@vetsuisse.unibe.ch
Büro
Gebäude Agroscope U 157
Postadresse
Schwarzenburgstrasse 161
3097 Liebefeld

Collaborating projects lead by other institutes:

European project “Vector-borne infections: risk based and cost effective surveillance systems” (VICE) and especially working on WP1 (risk of introduction), WP3 (syndromic surveillance) and WP4 (Joint Risk Score). EMIDA-VICE project in collaboration with INRA, CVI, SVA, DTU, CODA-CERVA, FLI, IBU, VPHI, NVI (2012-2015)

Research interests:

Syndromic surveillance

Vector-borne and exotic diseases

Risk analysis

Zoonosis and One Health approach

Assessment of surveillance networks

Simulation modeling

 

Employment:

2011-2012         

Member of the coordination unit of the Caribbean animal health network, CaribVET, which brings together 32 countries and territories and 10 international research centers and organizations. CIRAD, UMR CMAEE, French West Indies, Guadeloupe, France.

2015-present    

Post-doctoral position, at Veterinary Public Health Institute, University of Bern, Switzerland

 

Education:

2006-2011

Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Alfort Veterinary School, France

Title of DVM thesis: “Adaptation of the OASIS method to the assessment of the epidemiological surveillance networks in Southeast Asia. Example of the H5N1 surveillance network in Lao PDR.”

2010-2011         

MSc in Animal health, epidemiology and surveillance in Southern countries.  CIRAD;   

Montpellier II University; INP-ENVT

2012-2015          

PhD in veterinary epidemiology.  INRA, EpiA UR0346 (Clermont Ferrand, France) - CVI, Department of Epidemiology (Lelystat, The Netherlands) - VetAgro-Sup (Lyon, France) - Blaise-Pascal University (Clermont Ferrand, France)   

Title of PhD thesis: “Risk based surveillance for vector-borne diseases in horses: combining multiple sources of evidence to improve decision making.”