Professeur des universités-praticien hospitalier
Hôpital - Saint-Cloud
Spécialités / domaines
Fonctions au sein de l'Institut Curie :
  • Praticien
    Institut Curie
  • Chercheur
    Méthodes statistiques pour la médecine personnalisée
    Unité : Cancer et génome : Bioinformatique, biostatistiques et épidémiologie des systèmes complexes (U900)

Xavier Paoletti is a professor of biostatistics at the University of Versailles St Quentin and at the Institut Curie, a cancer center, in Paris, France; he is a member of the INSERM U900 research unit dedicated to the development of statistical methods for clinical trials integrating biomarkers.

After a phd on early phase clinical trials, Xavier had several positions at the EORTC, at Bichat university hospital then at the French NCI and finally in two leading cancer centers, Institut Curie and Gustave Roussy.

His main interests are in the methods for early phase trials with a particular focus on pediatric oncology trials, the design of trials evaluating personalized medicine and the validation of surrogate endpoints. He co-coordinates the GASTRIC collaboration with Dr Koji Oba (University of Tokyo) for performing meta-analyses in gastric cancers and he coordinates the gynecology cancer inter group (GCIG) meta-analysis with Dr Ros Glasspool for performing meta-analyses in ovarian cancer. He is a member of the Curie institutional Ethics Committee.