Noemie Travier obtained in 1998 her Master’s degree in Public Health at the University Paris V (France) and since then she has been working on cancer epidemiology in France, New Zealand and Spain.
In 2006, she started to work in the Unit of Nutrition and Cancer of the Catalan Institute of Oncology where she was involved in research regarding lifestyle, body composition, diet and cancer. From 2012 to 2015 she conducted her PhD research focused on the role diet, weight control and physical activity may play on breast cancer prognosis and on quality of life in breast cancer patients and survivors.
Since 2017, she works in the Cancer Screening Unit, where she is mainly involved in:
- The monitoring and the evaluation of the population-based breast cancer screening programmes of the Southern and Northern metropolitan areas of Barcelona (calculation of quality indicators and monitoring of professional’s performance).
- The design and implementation of strategies and interventions having for objective to improve the benefit/arm balance of cancer screening.
She also collaborates in research studies focusing on optimal survivorship care for patients living with cancer with an emphasis on lifestyle interventions and psychological support.