Internal medicine practitioner and geriatrician Dr. Florence Rollot Trad worked as an internist and infectious disease specialist from 2000 to 2006 (AP-HP), an internist geriatrician from 2006 to 2010 (AP-HP), and since 2010 has worked in geriatric oncology within the Department of Supportive Care at Institut Curie. She has been a cancer center specialist practitioner since 2012.
Dr. Rollot Trad holds a postgraduate degree (DESC) in geriatrics, as well as a master’s in microbiology, a DESC in infectious and tropical diseases, a graduate degree in viral hepatitis and cytokines, and an inter-university degree (DIU) in geriatric oncology.
She is a founding member of FROG (Francilian Oncogeriatric Group) and a member of several learned societies (International Society of Geriatric Oncology [SIOG], Francophone Society of Geriatric Oncology [SoFOG], French Society of Geriatrics and Gerontology [SFGG]). She is heavily involved in the work of the Paris Ouest Geriatric Oncology Coordination Unit (UCOG) (co-directed by Georges Pompidou European Hospital and Institut Curie, Prof. Saint-Jean and Dr. Brain), including healthcare, training/information, and research activities in geriatric oncology.