To set up a press or media interview with this expert contact:

Brandie Campbell



Alain Monnereau, MD, PhD, is the Research Program Director and SEER Principal Investigator with the Cancer Registry of Greater California. He is a core member of the leadership group for Public Health Institute’s portfolio of PHI’s cancer research and prevention programs.

His research activities are focused in cancer epidemiology including cancer surveillance, behavioral and environmental risk factors or outcome research (disparities in treatment or survival by socioeconomic status), mainly for hematological malignancies. He has been leading national and international projects on cancer surveillance, prognostic and etiology cancer epidemiology research studies in France, at a European level or international initiatives.

He led the French network of cancer registries while employed in the Comprehensive cancer center in Bordeaux, France, chaired the International Consortium in lymphoma epidemiological research (InterLymph) and has been elected to the European Network of Cancer Registry (ENCR) Steering Committee. He also co-leaded the research program of a cancer epidemiology team labelled by the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research from which he was awarded in 2019. In 2018, his research team was awarded by the caritative organization on Cancer (French League against Cancer).

He is a Medical Doctor from Bordeaux University and received his PhD in epidemiology and public health from Paris-Saclay University.

Work With Us

You change the world. We do the rest. Explore fiscal sponsorship at PHI.

Bring Your Work to PHI

Support Us

Together, we can accelerate our response to public health’s most critical issues.


Find Employment

Begin your career at the Public Health Institute.

See Jobs

Aerial view of wildfire smoke


Wildfires & Extreme Heat: Resources to Protect Yourself & Your Community

Communities across the U.S. and around the world are grappling with dangerous wildfires and extreme heat. These threats disrupt and uproot communities and pose serious risks to environmental and community health—from rising temperatures, unhealthy air pollutants, water contamination and more. Find PHI tools, resources and examples to help communities take action and promote climate safety, equity and resiliency.

Get started

Continue to