The Carenity Team: Lise Radoszycki


Lise Radoszycki


Lise Radoszycki holds the position of President at Carenity, where she leads a team of over 30 dedicated professionals focused on improving the lives of patients, addressing their needs, and establishing Carenity as vital research tool to generate real-world evidence.

With more than 8 years of experience in pivotal leadership roles within the organization, Lise assumed the helm of Carenity in June 2023. Her background in data science and biostatistics engineering, coupled with her profound insights into the industry, positions her as a guiding force in Carenity's ongoing growth journey. She has also been co-chair of Carenity's scientific and ethic committee for many years. She is committed to ensuring that the needs and expectations of patients are prioritized and better acknowledged by the healthcare ecosystem.

Lise Radoszycki is a Biostatistician and Data Science engineer with a degree from INSA (National Institute of Applied Sciences) in Toulouse, France. She also studied at the Universidad de Guadalajara (Mexico). She is an active member of AFCRO (French CRO Association).

Created: 27/01/2020 - Updated: 06/06/2023

This member's contributions to the Health Magazine

Happy New Year and Best Wishes for 2024! A word from the President of Carenity

Happy New Year and Best Wishes for 2024! A word from the President of Carenity

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Adverse Drug Reactions detection on social media: bias and limitation

Study on the therapeutic adherence by patients with psoriasis in france: a study of 181 patients

Use and impacts of cannabis for therapeutic purposes by patients with multiple sclerosis in France and Spain - results from an online patient community

Rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis clinical trials: how to encourage patientparticipation? Results from a real-world study conducted via carenity, a worldwide online patient community

Multiple sclerosis clinical trials: how to encourage patients participation? Results from an observational study conducted via Carenity, a worldwide online patient community

Accurate Representation Of Patients’ Opinions For Decision-Making: Are Online Health Communities Good Candidates?

Oncologists’ consideration of health-related quality of life in clinical practice for immune-checkpoint inhibitors-treated patients: An online patients community research

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