Gaëlle Letort gratuated from the applied mathematics and computer science engineering school ENSIMAG.
She did a phD on numerical simulations of cytoskeleton auto-organisation at the CEA of Grenoble. She worked for a few months as software developer at Warwick University (UK) before to do a post-doctorat at Institut Curie in systems biology where she developed PhysiBoSS, a multi-scale software integrating physical dimension together with cell signalling in multi-cellular systems. Then she joined Collège de France for a post-doctorat where she studied oocyte meiosis with agent-based modeling. She developed Oocytor, a Fiji plugin associated with a machine learning pipeline to predict and characterize oocyte maturation based on images acquired in transmitted light. Finally, she worked as a research engineer in the core facility of Collège de France for one year where she developed image analysis tools for the projects of the teams of the institute.
She is now developing image analysis, machine learning and mathematical modeling solutions for the projects of the teams of the Developmental and Stem Cell Biology department. She collaborates with the Image Analysis Hub.