Angèle Gayet-Ageron is responsible for the Methodology Support Unit (UAM) She is a doctor with a clinical training (doctorate of medicine, University Lyon 1) and methodology (Master in public health and epidemiology at Bordeaux 2 University and PhD in epidemiology and clinical research at Paris-sud University). She worked for 4 years as a clinician and epidemiologist in the HIV-AIDS unit of Geneva University Hospitals and since 2008 as head of clinical services in clinical epidemiology and prevention of infection control. Since 2008, she has coordinated the CAS Program in Patient-Oriented Clinical Research at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva.

She is also involved in the teaching of epidemiology at the Faculty of Medicine. Angèle participated in the implementation, writing and statistical analysis of several clinical study protocols supported by the Methodological Support Unit.

His research interests include the epidemiology and diagnosis of syphilis as well as clinical trial methodology projects.