Anne joined QCIF in early 2014 as a Senior Biostatistician to provide research and clinical biostatistics competencies. As Head of Biostatistics since 2018, she manages the biostatistics team and its different clinics across Queensland for hospitals, research centres and universities, and provides support to researchers leading to collaborations and numerous publications in international journals.

During her PhD, Anne collaborated with dermatologists and biologists from CERIES* to identify genes, and more specifically SNPs or SNP-SNP interactions, potentially involved in skin ageing. The new statistical methods for dimensionality reduction developed by Anne are particularly suited to select relevant information in large data sets. 

Anne is a member of the French Statistical Society (“Société Française de Statistique” – SFdS). 

Research Interests

  • Machine learning
  • Mixed-effects models
  • Dimensionality reduction techniques


  • PhD in Biostatistics, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers and CERIES* (France), 2013 
  • MSc in Mathematical Engineering, Statistics and Economics, University of Bordeaux II (France), 2010 

* CERIES is an independent research foundation established by Chanel in 1991 to provide a scientific foundation to the development of skin care products.