Dominique Lanzmann-Petithory

Dominique Lanzmann-Petithory

France - Paris


Dr. Lanzmann-Petithory is a physician, nutritionist, geriatrician and epidemiologist, currently hospital practitioner in Hôpital Sainte-Périne, Assistance Publique des Hôpitaux de Paris, France.

She has coordinated a 4-year Program financed by French National Research Agency, entitled  “CANCERALCOOL”  on alcoholic beverage consumption and mortality by different types of cancer, a follow-up study for 25 years on 100,000 subjects in east of France.

She is author of the book, “Longevity Diet” (La diététique de la longévité), Odile Jacob Edition 2004.

She managed a Nutrition research group in agro-business for 13 years (1989-2002, Dannon Company).

Dr. Lanzmann-Petithory also has worked with Prof Serge Renaud on prevention of cardiovascular, by clinical and epidemiological studies. Also she was University lecturer in Nutrition, Geriatrics and Public Health in Paris.

Degrees: MD, Nancy, France; PhD in Nutritional Epidemiology, Paris, France; University Degree in Gerontology and Geriatrics; University Degree in Public Health; Master in Nutrition; University Degree in Sport Medicine.


- Hôpital Sainte-Périne
- Chair of 'Lifestyle, Diet, Wine & Health' session 'Health Implications of Lifestyle choices: Dietary and Drinking Habits'

Areas of expertise

- Epidemiology
- Nutrition
- Geriatrics