I first studied cell biology and physiology at Paul Sabatier University, in Toulouse. After my license, I started my Master, mainly focused on immunology and physiology. After the first year, I wanted to specialize myself in other fields than biological sciences, so I chose to do the second year of Master in pure computational science, at the Claude Bernard University, in Lyon. Since then, i have tried to combine my skills in both biology and IT to support research.
PARIS: Paris Autism Research International Sib-Pair Study
The Paris Autism Research International Sib-pair (PARIS) Study has been launched as a collaborative project by Prof. M. Leboyer (Paris) and Prof. C. Gillberg (Göteborg) in the 2000s. Its main goal is to join […]
Around 1% of children are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), yet there are currently no drugs designed specifically to treat their main symptoms. Working to change this is the IMI-funded EU-AIMS project. The […]
Recent progress in sequencing and bioinformatics methods have given access to ancient DNA. This project aims at understanding the differential evolutionary pressure on the key proteins implicated in the nervous system, especially those related […]
A personal database system for large scale quantitative results exploration (Cassandre, PTR 463)
Cassandre is a project of personal database system, integrating a “user-friendly” interface to manage and explore multiple sets of large-scale experimental results in biology. Large-scale experiments that generate quantitative data, such as changes in […]