Prediction tools are designed to help physicians to predict patient’s risk profile and individual prognosis that may help to guide clinical management. They may also be used by researchers to optimize the design of future clinical trials and thus to ensure well-balanced arms for risk profile.
If you are a patient, we recommend that you use these tools only in consultation with your healthcare provider.
About Franck BONNETAIN
Franck Bonnetain is a full Professor in epidemiology and biostatistics who received a master’s degree in clinical epidemiology from School of Public Health (Nancy, France). He obtained a PhD in public health with epidemiology and statistics specialties in 2005 as well asthe “Habilitation à diriger des recherches” (Professoral capability) in 2010.
About Dewi VERNEREY
Dewi Vernerey is a research engineer in epidemiology and biostatistics who received a master’s degree cum laude from Joseph Fourier University (Grenoble, France) with a major in engineering statistics. He defended a PhD in epidemiology and statistics in 2016. His PhD research focused on statistical methodology for risk prediction and prognostic score construction in oncology and kidney transplantation.