Since 2003, I have been involved in the adaptation and implementation of proteomic strategies to answer biological questions. During my previous positions (PhD and post-docs), I had the opportunity to work on different model organisms (plants, mammals, human cell cultures, bacteria) using different approaches (from gel-based approaches to state of the art LC-MS/MS based proteomics). Recently, I began researching glycoprotein/glycopeptide analysis for characterisation of complex uncommon bacterial glycoproteins.
In the Proteomics facility of Institut Pasteur, I have been mainly in charge of the study of complex samples for comparative studies, using label free approaches, from sample preparation to interpretation of the data using bioinformatics. In the near future, I would like to provide solid approaches to help researchers to decipher the glycosylation of their protein samples.