I am an enthusiastic scientist who enjoys challenging experiences which drove me to onboard myself on an English experience when aged 16: My strong interest in understanding how biological systems work led me to undertake a biomedical sciences degree at Queen Mary University in London during which I discovered immunology. I was thrilled to be selected for a laboratory-based summer project at Barts and the London School of medicine where I discovered first-hand academic research. I quickly became seduced by the lab environment and the hypothesis-driven way of performing research both of which prompted me to apply for a Ph.D program at the Blizard Institute in London. I subsequently developed an interest on the crosstalk between the immune system and the tumor and joined the laboratory of Philippe Bousso in 2015. Since then, I have been investigating the intricacies of immunotherapies in vivo using 2 photon imaging. I have particularly focused my research on CAR T cells and anti-tumor monoclonal antibodies (anti-CD20). Since December 2020, I have obtained a full-time permanent scientist position (CRCN) from INSERM and remain in Philippe Bousso’s team.
Au coeur de la moelle osseuse : https://presse.inserm.fr/ameliorer-les-immunotherapies-des-cancers-du-sang-une-exploration-en-temps-reel-au-coeur-de-la-tumeur/42229/