I started my studies in pharmaceutical sciences in Rennes (Université de Rennes 1) and, since 2014, I have chosen to follow a second university curriculum in research. This double degree will allow me to work on a topic that fascinates me: the pharmacology of venomous molecules and their applications in innovative therapies. Hence, I did my Master 2 in Paris (Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle and Université Pierre&Marie Curie) and I am currently working in the Institut Pasteur as a PhD student. The subject of my thesis is linked to a rattlesnake toxin and its therapeutic potential in rare diseases.
Image of a portion of a Xenopus oocyte expressing a channel receptor.