Marc Raynaud is a statistician who joined the Paris Transplant Group in 2017 for a PhD in biostatistics, which he defended in 2021. Since then, he continues his research on risk prediction and prognostic scores in transplantation.
Marc Raynaud defended his master’s degree in Mathematics in the University of Poitiers in 2017. Between 2013 and 2017, he accomplished 7 internships in Paris/Poitiers/Nice Hospitals in which he learnt basics of Epidemiology, Data management and Research. In 2017 he started his PhD in risk prediction in kidney transplantation under the direction of Pr Alexandre Loupy. In 2021, he defended his PhD in biostatistics.
His research is focused on risk stratification based on dynamic assessment in large, international, extensively phenotyped cohorts of kidney recipients.