Sarah Cohen-Boulakia

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Sarah Cohen-Boulakia (born 1980)[1] is a French computer scientist and data scientist known for her research on data provenance in science, and especially in bioinformatics. She is a professor of bioinformatics in the Laboratory for Computer Science (Laboratoire de recherche en informatique [fr]) of the French National Centre for Scientific Research and Paris-Saclay University.[2]

Cohen-Boulakia has a doctorate and habilitation from Paris-Saclay University, and did postdoctoral research at the University of Pennsylvania and the Institute for Computational Biology of Montpellier before returning to Paris-Saclay as a professor.[3]


  1. ^ Birth year from idRef authority control record, accessed 2021-12-08
  2. ^ "Mme Cohen-Boulakia Sarah", Personnel, Laboratoire de recherche en informatique, retrieved 2021-12-08
  3. ^ "Sarah Cohen-Boulakia", Research Data Alliance, retrieved 2021-12-08

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