Anne-Claire Gueranger

Anne-Claire Gueranger

I hold an MA in Mathematical Engineering and Statistics from University of Paris V and a PhD in Epidemiology from University of Paris V / Paris XI. I worked for nine years in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Imperial College London leading data science and research projects on various topics such as lifestyle and chronic disease prevention, mental health and occupational exposures. In particular, I put a lot of effort into developing objective estimates of exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields.

I recently joined Cambridge University Press and Assessment to lead the Data and Analytics team. We design and support several operational data services, providing critical analytics on millions of assessments each year, and develop cutting-edge data science projects on topics such as social media monitoring or the development of new 'Big Data' services.

Outside work, I enjoy travelling, modern art and, like most French people, good food.



Gaining insight from social media data in educational assessment
Sutch, T., Klir, N. and Gueranger, A.-C. (2018). Gaining insight from social media data in educational assessment.  Presented at the 44th conference of the International Association for Educational Assessment, Oxford, UK, 9-14 September 2018.

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