I am formally trained as a statistician and started working at the interface between Mathematics and Biology during my second Master with contributions to the statistical modeling of networks. I then started a PhD in evolutionary biology, on the robustness of phylogenetic trees, which I defended in 2009. Since 2010, I work as biostatician at INRAE - MaIAGE (Jouy-en-Josas) where my research focus has focused from evolutionary and comparative biology towards microbial ecology. I also joined the Migale bioinformatics HPC facility in 2018 as a data analyst. I now develop statistical methods for meta-omics data and have an intense collaborative activity as a statistical consultant.
In parallel, I joined the LPI in 2017 as a Director of Studies for the Licence Frontières du Vivant where I coordinate the teachings, am in charge of the pedagogical activities and advise the students.