My education is a combination of many domains. Mainly having focused on applied mathematics and then on physics, I especially liked probability (with a special interest in Markov chains) and statistics, statistical physics and computer sciences during my BSc. Wishing to apply these basic tools towards interesting systems (such as biomedical research), I discovered over the course of my MSc (international) programme many new elements that started to satisfy my curiosity in interdisciplinary (team)work.
My first internship (5 weeks, BSc) in theoretical physics about modelling of yeast osmoregulation gave me the taste for the scientific research and thanks to my MSc, I got the opportunity to perform many others and thus, to work in many different fields. I carried out during the last year of my MSc three 3-month interdisciplinary internships. The first one, at the MSC lab/Bichat hospital in Paris, was about Causality analyses of neural respiratory network in Humans (healthy people and COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) patients). I got the opportunity for the second one to work in Leipzig (Isthmus SARL, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, Germany) and it was dedicated to track particular organisms using databases. The most recent one, at the ENS LPS in Paris, was about Interplay between iron starvation and mobility for the bacteria Pseudomonas Aeruginosa.
||Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Early Stage Researcher. Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain
|2011 – 2013
||MSc (Upper second class Honours). Interdisciplinary Approaches to Life Science (Interdisciplinary & International programme)
Paris 5&7 Universities, Paris
|2010 – 2012
||BSc Physics. Les Grands Moulins (Paris 7), Paris
|2007 – 2010
||Mathematics. Second-year University Diploma
Les Grands Moulins (Paris 7), Paris