I joined the Hub as a research engineer in January 2021. As a member of the Statistical Group, my skills and activities are mainly focused on Biostatisctics and tools development for data analysis. I work in collaboration with different research teams on the campus regarding statistical approaches, like multivariate data analysis, high-dimensional data mining and visualization and differential analysis for transcriptomics data. My projects often include conception & development of user-friendly tools for biologists, for example sequence analysis automated pipelines or Rshiny applications.
I also work closely with Pasteur’s ethics committee for animal experimentation (CETEA) by participating in the validation process of submitted projects. I evaluate the quantitative aspects of experimental designs, but my work also include guiding research teams in their experiments conception by providing formations and tools dedicated to their needs.
Before joining Pasteur Institute, I graduated form the National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) in Lyon, after 2 years of theoretical formation and 3 years of specialization in statistics, informatics and modeling applied to biology.