Dr. Mary Saad is an anaesthetist, intensivist who has acquired experience in post-operative anesthesia and postoperative care for patients with cancer.
She leads several clinical research projects, with the objective of improving the safety of the anesthetized patient.
She is a member of the French Society of Anesthesia and Resuscitation (SFAR), the European Society of Anesthesia (ESA), the American Society of Anesthesia (ASA) and the American Society of Loco-Regional Anesthesia (ASRA). She presented the results of her research to several national and international meetings organized by these scientific societies.
At the Curie Institute, she is co-head of the anesthesia department research project validation team.
Dr. Saad is also a PhD student in the STAMPM team (Statistical Methods for Precision Medicine) of the U900 unit (Cancer and genome: bioinformatics, biostatistics and epidemiology) of INSERM (National Institute of Health and Medical Research). Her PhD research work evaluates post-general-anesthesia morbidity and mortality using massive observational data. She is also interested in modeling longitudinal (repeated over time) data and their relationship to patient prognosis in different medical settings.