Héloïse started her education at the University of Burgundy with a Licence (Bachelor) in Biology including an Erasmus semester in Norway to learn about biotechnologies. During this semester, she discovered cell and tissue culture. She continued her education with a Master’s degree in Biomedical at the University of Reims-Champagne Ardennes where she became familiar with Tissue engineering and bioprinting. During her first year internship, she worked on bone tissue engineering and rapidly took a great interest in this field. In her last year of Master, she joined the lab of Pr. Khademhosseini at UCLA and took parts in different projects involving muscle engineering, bioprinting, gradient hydrogel, organ-on-chip and made improvements in the lab organization and managment.
She decided to bring this knowledge back in her country and joined the Institut Pasteur in April 2019 working on Organ-on-chip.