Mickael Arnaud, PhD
University of Bordeaux
Mickael Arnaud is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Team Pharmacoepidemiology of the Bordeaux
Population Health research center at the University of Bordeaux. His research consists in developing
innovative tools for the surveillance of the safety of drugs adapted both to spontaneous reporting data
and to healthcare data. In particular, he has developed solutions for improving the safety signal
detection from these two types of data source.
Mickael Arnaud received his BSc in cell biology, and his MSc and his PhD in pharmacovigilance and
pharmacoepidemiology at the University of Bordeaux.
Arnaud M, Bégaud B, Thiessard F, Jarrion, Q, Bezin J, Pariente A, Salvo F. An automated system
combining signal detection and prioritization from healthcare databases: a pilot study. Drug Safety
Drug Saf. 2017 Nov 28.
Arnaud M, Bégaud B, Thurin N, Moore N, Pariente A, Salvo F. Methods for safety signal detection in
healthcare databases: a literature review. Expert Opin Drug Saf. 2017; 16(6):721-732.
Arnaud M, Salvo F, Ahmed I, Robinson P, Moore N, Bégaud B, Pariente A. A method for the
minimization of competition bias in signal detection from spontaneous reporting databases. Drug Saf.