Anne Gosselin
Secretariat : Ornella Makiese +33 (0)1 56 06 20 24

Research field(s)

- Santé des immigrés
- Santé au travail
- Immigrés et Covid-19
- VIH/sida, Hépatites
- Inégalités sociales de santé

- Analyse biographique
- Recherche interventionnelle en santé
- Recherche participative et communautaire


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More information about his·her Research

Disparities in health and mortality

Some publications

Gosselin A., Warszawski J., Bajos, N. for the EpiCov Study Group (2022) « Higher risk, higher protection. COVID-19 risk among immigrants in France: results from the population-based EpiCov survey”, European Journal of Public Health, 2022, ckac046,

Gosselin A., Malroux I., Desprat D., Devetter F-X., Memmi S., Pannetier J., Valat E., Melchior M. (2021) "Prevalence of psychosocial risks among immigrants in France and associations with mental health: findings from the national French Working Conditions Survey", International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health",

Gosselin A. , Melchior M., Desprat D., Devetter F-X., Pannetier J., Valat E., Memmi S. (2021) “Were immigrants on the frontline during the lockdown? Evidence from France”, European Journal of Public Health,

Gosselin A., Daly A., El-Zaemey S., Fritschi L., Glass D., Ronda-Perez E., Reid, A. (2020) “ Does exposure to workplace hazards cluster by occupational or sociodemographic characteristics ? An analysis of foreign-born workers in Australia”, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 63: 803-816

Gosselin A., Ravalihasy A., Lert F., Pannetier J., Desgrées du Loû A., pour le groupe Parcours (2019) “"When and Why? Timing of Post-Migration HIV Acquisition among Sub-Saharan Immigrants in France", Sexually Transmitted Infections, Published Online First: 26 July 2019. doi: 10.1136/sextrans-2019-054080

Gosselin A, Desgrées du Loû A et Lelièvre E. (2018), “How to use sequence analysis for life course epidemiology? An example on HIV-positive Sub-Saharan migrants in France? ”, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, Published Online First February 2. doi: 10.1136/jech-2017-209739