Valérie Mazeau-Woynar succeeds Claire Giry at the head of Inserm’s Department of Partnerships and External Relations (DPRE). In this role, she will contribute to the implementation of Inserm’s institutional partnerships at regional, national, European and international level, at the behest of Directorate General, and in coordination with the Thematic Institutes.
With her multidisciplinary background in medicine, biomedical research and public health policy, acquired in France and the United States, Valérie Mazeau-Woynar was previously Director of Recommendations and Quality of Expertise at the French National Cancer Institute (INCa). She coordinated the preparation of the 2014-2019 Cancer Control Plan, which defines France’s national strategy for action on cancer. Valérie Mazeau-Woynar has also authored or supervised over 60 reports published by that Institute between 2008 and 2014: national recommendations for specialist teams, guides for general practitioners, patient guides and scientific reports.
With extensive experience in institutional relations with central government and the health and research agencies, learned societies, patient associations and foundations, Valérie Mazeau-Woynar will now put her ability to analyse medical, scientific and strategic situations at the service of Inserm’s Department of Partnerships and External Relations.
In the course of her duties, she will contribute to promoting a site policy, developing institutional cooperation at regional, national, European and international level, and defining Inserm’s strategy with the Directorate General.
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