Carenity's team is made up of people who are passionate about helping patients and their loved ones. Our members' feedback inspires us to improve our site and propose services that they find useful. Our team is organised around 4 poles: Animation, Analysis, Business Development & Partnerships, as well as our IT team.
Some team members also contribute to our Health Magazine. Experts in their field, they provide quality information and help make patient voices heard in our rubrics such as health news, advice, videos and patient interviews. Click on "Learn more" to discover their career paths, their areas of expertise and their qualifications.
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President and Founder
Michael is Carenity's founder, a company he created in 2011, with the goal of providing patients and carers with a digital platform that could make connecting with other people living with chronic illnesses easier.
Lise Radoszycki is Carenity's Data Science Director. She coordinates the actions of the Data Science team which produces real-life studies conducted with platform users. She also oversees Operations and coordinates digital projects and strategy to grow and engage the community. Since 2018, she's co-chaired Carenity's Science and Ethics Committee.
Community Manager Spain
Andrea Barcia is community manager for Carenity Spain. As such she communicates directly with Carenity's Spanish-speaking members and her role involves animating the Spanish platform, interacting with members on a daily basis and writing and translating articles for the Health Magazine.
Andrea has a degree in Tourism from the Universidade de A Coruńa (A Coruńa, Spain) and a masters in International Marketing Strategy and Communication (Instituto Europeo, Santiago de Compostela, Spain). After an experience working in the aerospace sector, Andrea has been a freelancer in the field of digital communication and web content for the past 4 years. With a strong background in well-being and tourism, she joined Carenity in 2017.
Lea is currently Communication Manager at Carenity. Her role is divided into three areas: BtoC communication for members and the general public (events, partnerships, etc.), BtoB communication and marketing for prospects and customers and internal communication.
Lea is a graduate of the European Communication School (ECS, Paris, France). Before joining Carenity, she worked as a community manager and web marketing officer at Groupama and then engagement manager at Carenity.
Aurélien De Biagi
Digital Marketing Assistant
Aurélien De Biagi is currently an intern in the digital marketing team. His role is to lead and moderate the community so that users have the best possible experience on the platform. He is also responsible for writing articles for the Health Magazine, medical fact sheets and developing partnerships with patient associations.
A pharmacist in training, he would like to place patients at the heart of his work.
Community Manager Italy
Baptiste Eudes is community manager for Carenity Italy. He animates Carenity's Italian platform, communicates with members on a daily basis and edits articles on the Health Magazine to adapt them to an Italian audience.
Baptiste Eudes has a masters in European Languages, specialising in Italian from Caen (France) and a masters in Sports Management (STAPS, Caen, France). Baptiste has been working as a freelancer in digital communication and web content for the past 6 years. With a strong background in sports and health care, he joined Carenity in 2017.
Community manager UK and US
Courtney is Community Manager for Carenity’s UK and US platforms. Her role is to facilitate discussion and answer questions among Carenity’s English-speaking members. She also assists in the editing and translation of articles in the Health Magazine.
Courtney holds a double Bachelor of Arts degree in French and Art History from Virginia Tech (Blacksburg, USA) as well as a Master of Science in Marketing from NEOMA Business School (Rouen, France). She joined the Carenity team in early 2020.
Community Manager Germany
Bianca Jung is currently Community Manager Germany at Carenity. Her role consists of running the German Carenity platform, exchanging with members on a daily basis and translating articles from the Health Magazine to adapt them to the German platform.
She graduated with a Master's degree in Political Science and French Philology (University of Trier), and obtained a master's degree in Political Science and French Philology (University of Trier) in 2018. Her background enables her to provide members with relevant content. Indeed, she has worked as an editor for a diocesan magazine, so writing articles is part of her daily life. Bianca has also been in charge of public relations for a youth organisation. Before becoming Community Manager at Carenity, she worked for Xanacom as Marketing Manager. She joined the Carenity Team in November 2020.
Matthieu Morillon is Carenity's Acquisition Manager. He works to encourage new members to join the platform. He's also in charge of organic SEO, customer acquisition publicity campaigns, and measuring and analysing activity on the site (analytics).
Fieldwork Manager France
Asmae Moustansir is Fieldwork Manager France at Carenity.
She assists our data scientists in the management of online surveys, the optimisation of recruitment channels and project feasibility studies.
She also collaborates with the Digital Marketing team on the acquisition of new members to expand the Carenity community.
Community Manager France
Candice Salomé is Community Manager France at Carenity. She is also involved in the writing of articles for Santé Magazine. Responsible for member engagement on Carenity's French platform, she accompanies patients and their families on a daily basis and participates in the improvement of the site to enable them to navigate it as easily as possible.
Candice Salomé holds a master's degree in marketing and communication from Skema Business School in France, complemented by a diploma in digital communication. She previously worked at the company Monsieur Marguerite, where she was in charge of the content production and social networks.
Gilda Teissier is the Engagement Manager. Her main role is to make Carenity members feel at ease on the platform and find all the information they need, be it in the discussion groups or in the Health Magazine. She also works on the engagement strategy, which not only includes making sure that members feel good on the site, but also making social media another tool for members to find information.
Gilda has a master's degree in International Relations from the UAM and is currently finishing her studies in Psychology. She has six years of experience in social media, content management, and digital marketing. Before working for Carenity, she worked for organizations such as UNHCR in Spain and ETW International in China.
Business Development Director
Carine Odouard is Business Development Director. Her mission is to bring the patient's voice to the private sector worldwide by facilitating real-life studies.
Thomas Verjus is currently Carenity's Business Development Manager. His role involves accompanying our industry and institutional partners both in France and abroad as they carry out real-life studies to better understand patient needs.
Lauriane is currently a Data Scientist Intern at Carenity. Her role consists of writing the survey questionnaires proposed to patients, analysing the data collected and contributing to the writing and publication of scientific articles available in the Health Magazine, as well as updating the condition and medication fact sheets.
As a 5th year student in Pharmacy at the University of Aix-Marseille, she is heading towards a career in the pharmaceutical industry, hoping to work in the field of e-health later on.
Charlotte Avril is currently Data Scientist at Carenity. Her role consists of drafting the survey questionnaires offered to patients, analysing the data collected and contributing to the writing and publication of scientific articles available in the Health Magazine.
A 6th year Pharmacy student at the University of Nantes, Charlotte Avril specialised in Marketing and Data Management at the ESCP Business School and is currently writing a thesis on social networks in health care.
Virginie is currently a Junior Data Scientist at Carenity. She participates in all stages of each project, such as drafting survey questionnaires, processing collected data, and writing and publishing scientific articles. Her role is to use mathematics and statistical expertise to meet the different study needs.
Alexis Bombezin-Domino is a Data Scientist at Carenity. He writes questions for patient surveys, analyses the data gathered and contributes to editing of scientific articles. He also oversees improvements to Carenity's survey rubric.
Loane Danès is currently a Junior Data Scientist at Carenity. Her role consists of writing the survey questionnaires offered to patients, analysing the data collected and contributing to the writing and publication of scientific articles.
Maëva is currently a Data Scientist intern at Carenity. As a 5th year pharmacy student, she wishes to bring her scientific and medical knowledge to our various patient studies. She helps all project managers, from fieldwork to data analysis and report writing.
She also participates in the writing of scientific articles.
Camille is currently a Junior Data Scientist at Carenity. Her role consists of writing the survey questionnaires offered to patients, analysing the data collected and contributing to the writing and publication of scientific articles.
Emilie Pain is a Data Scientist and Carenity's Data Protection Officer (DPO). She conducts real-life patient studies and participates in scientific article writing and publication. She is also manages the PatientLive platform.
A pharmacist and a Doctor of Pharmacy in life sciences, Antoine Seignez is a Data Scientist at Carenity, where he carries out all stages of real-life research studies, from their development to their publication.
A graduate of the Université de Bourgogne, Antoine holds a PharmD, specialising in pharmaceutical innovation and research, as well as a doctorate in life sciences, specialising in immunology. His work in bone marrow transplantation has been the subject of several publications and a presentation at an international congress. It is with the aim of helping patients as much as possible that he conducts all stages of patient studies, from their development to their publication, including the drafting of questionnaires and the application of survey results.
Pasquale Varriale is Project Manager in Carenity's Data Science team. He conducts real-life patient studies, develops innovative methodologies and analyses, oversees client relations, contributes to writing and publishing scientific articles and trains junior analysts and interns.
Alizé is a pharmacist and Data Scientist at Carenity. She supports the various project managers in carrying out real-life studies with members of the community, in particular by putting her scientific and medical knowledge to good use.
Alizé is a graduate of the Institute of Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences in Lyon and holds a doctorate in pharmacy. After an internship at Carenity in 2019 as a data scientist, she decided to complete her pharmacy degree with a Master's degree in Strategy and International Business at ESSEC Business School. Alizé returned in January 2021 to take up her current position, after completing her end-of-study internship as an assistant international market manager in the pharmaceutical industry.
Alizé has always placed patients at the centre of her work. During her internship in a hospital, she worked in a clinical oncology pharmacy unit and was in daily contact with cancer patients. Her pharmacy thesis focused on the conciliation of drug treatments in oncology, a practice that aims to secure the care of patients.
Ophélie Wilczynski is currently a manager on Carenity's Data Science team. Her role is to ensure the scientific quality of the studies carried out on patients, in order to best represent their voice to the various players in the health sector. She also ensures compliance with current regulations.
Full-stack web developer
Amine Brakni is a full-stack web developer on the IT team at Carenity. He is in charge of developing and maintaining the tools that allow the operation of the Carenity websites both on the back-end and on the front-end, whilst implementing the UX/UI user experience reflexes that he has acquired during his previous experiences.
Marie-Gabrielle is Product Manager within the Carenity team. Her knowledge of communities enables her to develop Carenity's applicative products (forum, health magazine, survey space) in line with user needs, i.e. those of Carenity's members. She draws from the member community, as well as their experiences and their difficulties, to build a forum-magazine-survey space that meets their needs and expectations.
Lead developer and Web project chief
Jeremy Huet is Carenity's Lead Developer. He ensures that all of the human and technological elements necessary are present to keep the web platform evolving and functioning optimally. He oversees different computing development projects in coordination with the developers and makes sure the computing infrastructure is operational.
Jiangning Lin is a junior Web Developer at Carenity. She facilitates the evolution of the website and makes sure everything is functioning properly. She also makes suggestions for improvements to Carenity's mobile platform.
Full-stack Web Developer
Ailin Moreno is currently a full-stack web developer within the IT team at Carenity. Her mission is mainly the corrective and applicative maintenance of applications within Carenity.
Senior Web Developer
Jie Yang-Mouzac is currently a senior web developer at Carenity. Her mission is to maintain and develop the tools used to run the website, other web tools and the back office. This requires a good sense of analysis and that she be a driving force in making proposals on software architectures and servers and finally that she provides an operational support role.