Sebastien is a Data Analyst for the Networked Data Lab, collaborating with the programme’s five analytical partners to deliver insights into the key issues facing health and care services today.

He has a background as a medical statistician. Before joining the Health Foundation in July 2020, he worked on observational trials at the University of Manchester’s Centre for Musculoskeletal Research. He has also worked in the World Trade Organisation’s Economic Research and Statistics Division and has experience as a consultant for a large engineering and design firm.

His educational background is in Economics and Econometrics, with undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Geneva in Switzerland.

Latest articles


Assessing the impact of COVID-19 on the clinically extremely vulnerable population


We present analysis from the Networked Data Lab on the impact the pandemic has had on the clinically...


How has hospital use among those clinically extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 been impacted by the pandemic?


Using secondary care data linked to the shielded patient list, this analysis explores the pandemic's...


Who was advised to shield from COVID-19?


This analysis from the Networked Data Lab explores demographic variation in people advised to shield...


Understanding the needs of those most clinically vulnerable to COVID-19


This analysis from the Networked Data Lab examines the evidence about those asked to shield during...

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