School of Medicine

Showing 1-6 of 6 Results

  • Paul-Andre Genest

    Paul-Andre Genest

    Adjunct Professor, Health Research and Policy - Epidemiology

    Bio Dr. Paul-André Genest is a Senior Editor at Wiley where he is responsible for the management of a portfolio of journals in the Life and Social Sciences. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Stanford University where he co-teaches a yearly course on scholarly communication (HRP 271: Preparation and Practice: Scientific Communication & Media). Previously, he worked as a Publisher at Elsevier where he managed a portfolio of journals in Life Sciences. In that capacity, he co-organized in 2015 a conference on the Impact of Environmental Changes on Infectious Diseases (IECID 2015) in Sitges, Spain, and launched the journals Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications and Current Opinion in Systems Biology. He was also the project manager for the Elsevier Atlas award. Prior to this function, he held the position of Managing Editor at Elsevier for the International Journal for Parasitology: Drugs and Drug Resistance (IJP:DDR), the International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife (IJP:PAW) and the Malaria Nexus web portal.

    Dr. Genest has a BSc (Biology) degree and a MSc (Microbiology-Immunology) degree from the Université Laval in Québec City, Canada, and a PhD (Molecular Parasitology) from the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He held two postdoc research positions at the Netherlands Cancer Institute in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

  • Jeroen Paul Jansen

    Jeroen Paul Jansen

    Adjunct Professor, Health Research and Policy - Epidemiology

    Bio Jeroen?s expertise is evidence synthesis and cost-effectiveness evaluations in a variety of disease states. His current interests are statistical methods for evidence synthesis and the development of open-source simulation and decision models to facilitate value assessment of medical interventions. Jeroen has performed applied and methods research in his areas of expertise. Notable contributions are the development of synthesis methods to overcome the typical challenges in cost-effectiveness evaluations characterized by gaps in the evidence base and complex evidence structures. Furthermore, he led initiatives to develop guidance for consumers and producers of network meta-analysis studies. He is a co-author of a textbook on network meta-analysis for decision-making. Jeroen has a PhD in epidemiology from the Erasmus University in the Netherlands.

Footer Links:

Stanford Medicine Resources: