About me

I am a post-doctoral researcher at Jean Leray Mathematics Laboratory (Nantes Université). My research interests lie in the domain of mathematical modeling in the biomedical context. My current post-doc with ENS de Lyon in collaboration with Bertrand Michel and Franck Picard focuses on kernel-based machine learning for single cell data.

I did my Ph.D. at the Burgundy Institute of Mathematics (Université de Bourgogne). My Ph.D. in collaboration with the IRSN under the supervision of Hervé Cardot and Mohamed Amine Benadjaoud focuses on modeling of adverse effects induced by radiotherapy on healthy tissues. The goal was to approach the problem from a multiscale perspective, in particular by studying:

  • the dynamic of the in vitro omic response of the HUVEC cells to irradiation through extracting key information using such tools as clustering and network inference,
  • the adverse effects accessible through in vivo mice data.