Epidemiologist, Tenured Scientist, Inserm

Marina Kvaskoff is an Epidemiologist and Tenured Scientist at the National Institute of Health
and Medical Research (Inserm) in France. She is leading a research group focused on the
epidemiology of endometriosis and women’s health. Her research interests span the
descriptive epidemiology of endometriosis, its risk factors, progression, heterogeneity, and
long-term consequences.

She is leading projects in several population-based cohorts and is the PI of ComPaRe-
Endometriosis, a prospective e-cohort of several thousands of patients with endometriosis
and/or adenomyosis.

She is President of the Scientific Committee of the French Foundation for Research on
Endometriosis and of the Early-Career Board of the World Endometriosis Society.