Etienne Gayat

Etienne Gayat is an associate professor of medicine at the University Paris Diderot School of Medicine. Dr. Gayat obtained his MD degree from the University Paris Diderot in France in 2010. He subsequently did a fellowship in anesthesiology and critical care medicine at the Saint Louis - Lariboisière University Hospital and remained on the faculty there until now. He was research fellow in the noninvasive cardiac imaging laboratories in University of Chicago hospitals. His two principal areas of interest are biostatistics/methodology and research on biomarkers for acutely ill patients. He obtained a PhD degree in biostatistics in 2013.

He is a member of the research unit 942 at french medical research institute INSERM, focusing on biomarkers for acute conditions. He published more than 120 articles in peer reviewed journals. He is co-investigator of the FROG-ICU study and co-chairman of the HELP-MOM study, both involving patients in acute conditions and collection of biological samples. He is a member of the board of statistician of Intensive Care Medicine.

Etienne Gayat