Aurélie Fischer


Aurélie Fischer joined LIH in August 2001 first as a Research Engineer in the HIV Clinical & Translational Research Unit, and joined the CIEC in February 2014 as a Junior Clinical Research Associate.

She mainly coordinates infectious diseases projects between the medical investigators at the Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg (CHL) and the researchers of the HIV Clinical & Translational Research Unit, in order to set up and manage regulatory submissions, logistical and administrative tasks, data collection and quality control of the projects. She also manages a team composed of Clinical Research Associates, Data Managers and clinical research trainees.

Research projects

We are involved in projects on 2 major topics:

  • HIV :
    • START study : Strategic Timing of AntiRetroviral Treatment
    • HIV-RAL study : Optimization of integrase inhibitors usage : pharmacogenetic contribution
    • ISALA study : Treatment interruption in HIV positive patients with low viral reservoir to evaluate the potential of a functional cure.
  • HCV :
    • HCV-LU : Study of treatment resistance of Hepatitis C virus
    • HCV-UD : Drug addiction, hepatitis C and substitution : epidemiological, behavioral and clinical study
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Featured Publications

Protocol for a prospective, longitudinal cohort of people with COVID-19 and their household members to study factors associated with disease severity: the Predi-COVID study.

  • Deep Digital Phenotyping Research Unit
  • Integrated BioBank of Luxembourg
  • Competence Center for Methodology and Statistics
  • Public Health Expertise
  • Allergy and Clinical Immunology
  • Public Health Research
November 23, 2020
2020 Nov. BMJ Open.10(11):e041834.
  • Fagherazzi G
  • Fischer A
  • Betsou F
  • Vaillant M
  • Ernens I
  • Masi S
  • Mossong J
  • Staub T
  • Brault D
  • Bahlawane C
  • Rashid MA
  • Ollert M
  • Gantenbein M
  • Huiart L.

Combination disease prevention in prisons: a comprehensive programme in Luxembourg. In Compendium of good practices in the health sector response to viral hepatitis in the WHO European Region. (Book Chapter)

  • HIV Clinical and Translational Research
  • Clinical and Epidemiological Investigation Center
July 27, 2020
2020 Jul. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2020. p.50-53. ISBN 9289055162.
  • Hoffmann P
  • Arendt V
  • Fischer A
  • Menster M
  • Etienne V
  • Meyers J
  • Conrath M
  • Stein R
  • Braunert C
  • Foulon M-L
  • Seguin-Devaux C.
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