Dr. Dumeaux received her doctorate in Pharmacy in 2002 in France. She then obtained her Ph.D. in molecular epidemiology, a joint degree from the University of Tromso (Norway) and the University of Paris-South XI (France). During her PhD, she developed expertise in genomics in the group of Professeur Borresen-Dale at the Norwegian Radium Hospital which was among the pioneers in expression profiling of breast carcinomas in collaboration with groups at Stanford University. Dr Dumeaux co-initiated the post-genomic wing of the Norwegian Women and Cancer cohort to study the systems biology of breast cancer in a population-based context. She has had a long-standing interest in the development of RNA-based biomarker signatures in blood, which can be used to inform on exposure (exposome; eg. organic pollutants) and health status (eg. diagnostics of breast cancer, side-effects of radiotherapy).
During her post-doc, she visited the Department of Applied Mathematics (University of Paris Descartes) and the Laboratory of Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics (Princeton University), and finally moved to Canada in 2009 to continue her research in bioinformatics and genomics at McGill University.
Dr. Dumeaux is currently a Research Scientist at Concordia’s PERFORM Center in Montreal as well as a freelance consultant in data science and systems biology.
• 2017 - present Scientist, PERFORM Centre, Concordia University
• 2017 - present Freelance Consultant, Dumeaux Data Science
• 2014 - 2017 Research Scientist, Breast Cancer Informatics laboratory, McGill University
• 2013 - 2014 Associate Member,Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics & Occupational Health, McGill University
• 2011 - 2014 Assistant Professor, Department of Oncology, McGill University
• 2006 - 2011 Post-Doctoral & Research Fellow, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
• 2009 - 2011 Goodman Cancer Centre, McGill University
• 2008 - 2009 Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Paris Descartes
• 2008 Laboratory of Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics, Princeton University
• 2006 - 2008 Department of Genetics, The Norwegian Radium Hospital
2005 PhD Molecular Epidemiology, University of Paris XI and The Arctic University of Norway
2002 MSc Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Bordeaux II, France
2002 Doctor in Pharmacy, University of Poitiers, France
Patents and intellectual property rights:
11/2013 Patent submitted to Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT/NO2013/050203)
Gene expression profile in diagnostics
2017-2022 Canadian Institutes of Health Research Project grant: DCIS-Precise: A genomics-driven model for predicting DCIS response to radiation (PI: Rakovitch, Hallett)
2015-2016 European Research Council: A gene expression test in blood for breast cancer (PI: Lund)
2014-2017 Canadian Cancer Society Innovation grant: Interactions between the tumor-microenvironment and the systemic response of breast cancer patients
2009-2014 European Research Council: Transcriptomics in cancer epidemiology(PI: Lund)