ARSENE BRUNELLE SANDIE

ARSENE BRUNELLE SANDIE

Postdoctoral Research Scientist/Statistician

ABOUT ARSENE BRUNELLE SANDIE

Arsène supports research design, statistical analyses, dissemination, and scientific writing within research projects. He currently works on the IDRC-funded Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights implemented in Senegal and the Gates Data System project (Strengthening sub-National Data Value Chains in Sub-Saharan countries) as a country focal point.

He is a trained demographer and statistician. He holds a Ph.D. in Statistics and graduated in 2020 from both Pan African University and Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) with an African Union (AU) scholarship.

 

 

 

Before joining APHRC, he worked as a Biostatistician for the Unit of Public Health and Epidemiology of the Pasteur Center of Cameroon, where he mainly worked on the project “REPAIR COVID-19-Africa” and other projects. His research interests fall within statistical methodologies and applied statistics to infectious diseases and public health.

Arsène is driven by data mining and evidence generation for a better understanding of infectious diseases and public health challenges in Africa.