My name is Jules GOMIS, I am a Software Engineer, Data Manager, Msc in large scale of databases. I have been trained at UCAD (University Cheikh Anta DIOP of Dakar) in advanced data bases, math and Statistics.
I am currently the Data Manager of the Senegalese team for the NIH Program: ICEMRWAF (International Center of Excellence for Malaria Research in West Africa), a 7-year program from 2010 to 2017.
I am the Data Manager of the Parasitology and Mycology Laboratories Unit of LeDantec. Between 2003 and 2008 I have worked as Data Manager for the French Institute of Research and Development (IRD), I have developed more than five (05) clinical trials databases with visual basic software for the Tuberculosis and HIV Unit. I have been involved in the development of Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention (SMC) with sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine plus amodiaquine when administered to 200.000 children less than 10 years of age by district health services in Senegal. I have implemented the biggest Health and Demographic System Surveillance with a database of 608.000 individuals (SMC Project, Department of Parasitology and Mycology of Cheikh Anta Diop University, Dakar, Senegal) using SQL Server 2008,TELEFORM System based on Electronic form processing and working in shift with 30 Data entry clerks. I also developed a very user-frendly application to capture morbidity data which is currently used by many SMC projects and many institutes. We have published the study results: Safety of Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention (SMC) with Sulfadoxine-Pyrimethamine plus Amodiaquine when Delivered to Children under 10 Years of Age by District Health Services in Senegal: Results from a Stepped-Wedge Cluster Randomized Trial
During the past 10 years, I have developed a lot of experience in Data management activities including database creation with appropriate data validation systems, double data entry, query reports, and resolution of discrepancies.
Using the android devices that are not expensive, we can significantly reduce project budgets by saving paper and ink are the two factors taking up 15% of research budgets. We can also save time because electronic data collection offers direct data entry at the initial point of contact. It has numerous advantages and has the potential to replace paper-based data collection in the field. The availability of information and communication technologies for direct data transfer has the potential to improve the conduct of public health research in resource-poor settings.
Contribution to Science:
1.Evaluation of the prognostic value of IFN-gamma release assay and tuberculin skin test in household contacts of infectious tuberculosis cases in Senegal.Lienhardt C, Fielding K, Hane AA, Niang A, Ndao CT, Karam F, Fletcher H, Mbow F, Gomis JF, Diadhiou R, Toupane M, Dieye T, Mboup S.PLoS One. 2010 May 6;5(5):e10508. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0010508. Erratum in: PLoS One. 2010;5(12) doi: 10.1371/annotation/6aa24f81-7f3a-4163-b8bc-731c6112fcf7. Diadhiou, Roger [corrected to Diadhiou, Raymond].PubMed [citation]PMID: 20463900 PMCID: PMC2865542
2.Application of geographically-weighted regression analysis to assess risk factors for malaria hotspots in Keur Soce health and demographic surveillance site.Ndiath MM, Cisse B, Ndiaye JL, Gomis JF, Bathiery O, Dia AT, Gaye O, Faye B.Malar J. 2015 Nov 18;14(1):463. doi: 10.1186/s12936-015-0976-9.PubMed [citation]PMID: 26581562 PMCID: PMC4652414
3.The Diversity of Meningococcal Carriage Across the African Meningitis Belt and the Impact of Vaccination With a Group A Meningococcal Conjugate Vaccine.MenAfriCar consortium.J Infect Dis. 2015 Oct 15;212(8):1298-307. doi: 10.1093/infdis/jiv211. Epub 2015 Apr 9.PubMed [citation]PMID: 25858956 PMCID: PMC4577048
4.Identifying malaria hotspots in Keur Soce health and demographic surveillance site in context of low transmission.Ndiath M, Faye B, Cisse B, Ndiaye JL, Gomis JF, Dia AT, Gaye O.Malar J. 2014 Nov 24;13:453. doi: 10.1186/1475-2875-13-453.PubMed [citation]PMID: 25418476 PMCID: PMC4251691
5.Meningococcal carriage in the African meningitis belt.MenAfriCar Consortium.Trop Med Int Health. 2013 Aug;18(8):968-78. doi: 10.1111/tmi.12125. Epub 2013 May 18.PubMed [citation]PMID: 23682910 PMCID: PMC3950817
6.Prevalence of molecular markers of drug resistance in an area of seasonal malaria chemoprevention in children in Senegal.Lo AC, Faye B, Ba el-H, Cisse B, Tine R, Abiola A, Ndiaye M, Ndiaye JL, Ndiaye D, Sokhna C, Gomis JF, Dieng Y, Faye O, Ndir O, Milligan P, Cairns M, Hallett R, Sutherland C, Gaye O.Malar J. 2013 Apr 23;12:137. doi: 10.1186/1475-2875-12-137.PubMed [citation]PMID: 23617576 PMCID: PMC3652725
7.Improving malaria control in West Africa: interruption of transmission as a paradigm shift.Doumbia SO, Ndiaye D, Koita OA, Diakité M, Nwakanma D, Coulibaly M, Traoré SF, Keating J, Milner DA Jr, Ndiaye JL, Sene PD, Ahouidi A, Dieye TN, Gaye O, Okebe J, Ceesay SJ, Ngwa A, Oriero EC, Konaté L, Sy N, Jawara M, Faye O, et al.Acta Trop. 2012 Mar;121(3):175-83. doi: 10.1016/j.actatropica.2011.11.009. Epub 2011 Nov 28.PubMed [citation]PMID: 22142790 PMCID: PMC3294075
8. “Establishing a surveillance system to measure childhood mortality and drug related adverse events in an Intermittent Preventive Treatment implementation area in Senegal”July 12th 2010:NDiaye JL, Cisse B, Ba EH, Gomis JF, Molez JF, FB Fall, Sokhna C, Faye B, Kouevijdin E, Niane FK, Trape JF, Gaye O, Greenwood BM, Milligan PJM
9.The biggest DSS to the world (IPTc Project, UCAD , IRD, LSHTM) 2009: Jules-François GOMIS, Ekoue Kouevidjin Journée scientifique UMR198 IRD 2009GOMIS,JULES,.Journée scientifique UMR198 IRD 2009; 2009 June 11; Dakar, Senegal.My Bibliography [presentation]
10.Safety of seasonal IPTc with SP+AQ when delivered to children under 10 years of age by district health staff in Senegal. A preliminary report prepared for a WHO Informal meeting on IPTc July 12th 2010:NDiaye JL, Cisse B, Ba EH, Gomis JF, Molez JF, FB Fall, Sokhna C, Faye B, Kouevijdin E, Niane FK, Trape JF, Gaye O, Greenwood BM, Milligan PJM
11. Coupling between Microsoft SQL SERVER 2000 and the structures of data distributed and scalables (SDDS)2002: Jules-François GOMIS Subject of my Master 2 in sciences; UCAD, Cheikh Anta DIOP University
12. Diarra A, Gomis JF, Abubakar I, Shaffer JG, et al.: Data management in disease-endemic regions: the transition from paper-based records and manual data entry to electronic data capture (Pending Manuscripts)
13. Gomis JF, Diarra A, Abubakar I, Shaffer JG: Krieging to define geospatial relationships in the epidemiology of malaria. (Final draft – April, submission – May 2016).
14. Safety of Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention (SMC) with Sulfadoxine-Pyrimethamine plus Amodiaquine when Delivered to Children under 10 Years of Age by District Health Services in Senegal: Results from a Stepped-Wedge Cluster Randomized Trial. J. L. NDiaye, B. Cissé, E. H. Ba, J. F. Gomis, C. T. Ndour, J. F. Molez, F. B. Fall, C. Sokhna, B. Faye, E. Kouevijdin, F. K. Niane, M. Cairns, J. F. Trape, [ ... ], P. J. M. Milligan
Complete List of Published Work in My Bibliography:
Ongoing Research Support
U 19 AI 089696-01 2010-2017
Tulane West Africa ICEMR NIH Award – Senegal, Mali, The Gambia
The NIH/ ICEMR (International Center of Excellence for Malaria Research) is a 7-year program funded by the NIH to support malaria research efforts in Mali, Senegal and The Gambia. Role: Senegal Data Manager
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