Julien Caudeville is responsible for the surveillance program for pathologies linked to endocrine disruptors at Santé publique France. His area of ​​research focuses on environmental health, chronic disease mapping and exposure modelling. In France, he leads several research projects and develops several collaborations at the international level on the spatial aspect concerning the fields of epidemiology and exposure assessment. He developed the PLAINE (Environmental Inequalities Analysis System) platform, a GIS-based modeling platform to quantify human exposure and the spatial relationship between exposure, socio-economic and health data. He actively participates in the work of the various national plans in the field of environmental health, for which he notably coordinated the working group aimed at building the Quality Indicator of Environments for the Population (IQUALE). He is also responsible for the spatial statistics teaching unit at the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM) in Paris.

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