Incentive Scientific Programmes Officer at the Department of Technology and Scientific Programsmes (DTPS), Institut Pasteur, Paris.
Hands on experience in biomedical research programmes management and running collaborations in public-private partnerships, combining expertise in fundamental virology, immunology and vaccinology.
My previous research background focused on two human viruses: I first carried out research on Interferon antiviral effect against Hepatitis B virus, as a PhD fellow at Inserm U370/Institute Pasteur Paris, Pr. C. Bréchot Lab. I then joined the Department of Immunology of Imperial College (London, UK), directed by Professor. C.R.M Bangham, as a postdoctoral research associate, to conduct a research project on Human T Lymphotropic Virus type 1 (HTLV-1) transmission. Since 12 years, I am managing large biomedical research programmes, from basic research to clinical trials, working with internal scientists, medical doctors, technlogy transfert offices and international stakeholders. In 2015, I joined Institut Pasteur to coordinate actions of his Research & Innovation Carnot programme. Today, I am working at the Department of Technology and Scientific Programmes, helping to implement our internal scientific strategy through incentive programmes.