Laure Millet works in Institut Montaigne’s healthcare program since 2018.
As part of this program, she contributes to a variety of projects related to digital, therapeutic and organizational innovation in the French healthcare system. In particular, she coordinated the publication of the Institute’s reports on the challenges of artificial intelligence in hospitals, quality of care indicators co-constructed with patients, access to innovative drugs, e-health, vaccination or even on healthy aging. At the same time, she has organized several participatory workshops on public policies in mental health and regularly speaks at conferences to present the work of the healthcare program.
Before joining Institut Montaigne, Laure Millet was a project manager at the University of Paris Descartes, in the iLumens digital simulation department. She worked on the challenges of simulation in health, innovative training for health professionals and artificial intelligence. She also worked as a consultant for a start-up developing medical training in virtual reality.
Laure Millet holds a degree in economics from Sciences Po Paris and a degree in philosophy from the University of Paris Nanterre. She spent part of her studies in Singapore, at the Nanyang Technological University.