With Master 2 in Bio-Informatics obtained from Paris VII Diderot (“mention Bien”) in 2012, I did my internship in R. Brosch’s unit at the Pasteur Institute where I worked on de novo assembly methods and comparative genomics of new strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Then, I joined B. Dujon’s unit again at Pasteur Institute for 2 years, where I analyzed copy number variation of chromosomes in evolved S. cerevisiae mutants. Analyzing accurately data from high-throughput sequencing was determinant to decipher chromosomal abnormalities.
Since 2014, I am working as an engineer at Bioinformatics and Biostatistics HUB (Head: O. Gascuel), where I am involved mostly in comparative genomic studies (eukaryote/prokaryote). Another aspect of my work involves teaching: giving sequence analysis lessons to students of all levels.