En résumé

I am a French Graduate Student in Systems and Synthetic Biology. I am working on the spatial organization of metabolic pathways and engineer sustainable systems for bio-fuel production. I also have a strong interest in science education, science popularization, entrepreneurship, and ethics.

Mes compétences :
Biologie synthétique
Management de l'innovation
recherche appliquée


  • University of Minnesota - Intern

    maintenant Summer Internship - Heimpel’s lab - Research on the principles and application of biological control of the Soybean Aphid by the parasitoid was Binodoxys communis.
  • Enlight Bioscience - Project Management

    2012 - 2012 New business creation, operations, and business development activities at Enlight. Enlight addresses critical unmet pharma & biotech industry needs with innovations drawn from academic laboratories, startups, and ideas generated internally.
  • Omeecs - Co-CEO, Co-Founder

    2011 - 2012
  • Startup Leadership Program - Fellow 2010

    2010 - 2011 Highly selective part-time program with leading entrepreneurs and VCs; Organized workshops. advised and brainstormed startups in biotech and cleantech.
  • Harvard Biotech Club - Director of External Outreach

    2010 - 2011 Director of External Affairs of the Harvard Biotech Club, a prominent student organization which aims at bridging the gap in between academia and the industry.
  • UNESCO - Intern

    paris 2009 - 2009 Development of United Nation programs to foster research and science education in developing countries - Division of Basic Sciences and Engineering, Department of Natural sciences.
  • Harvard University - Intern in Management of Innovation

    2009 - 2009 Research Rotation in Evolutionary Dynamics - Jan-Mar 2009
    Martin Nowak’s lab & Taddei Lab- Evolutionary Dynamics & Management of Innovation.
  • Harvard Medical School / Université Paris Descartes - Doctorant

    2009 - maintenant Thèse de Doctorat en biologie synthétique.
    Travaux de recherche appliquée pour la fabrication de biocarburants de nouvelle génération.
  • Harvard Medical School - Intern

    2008 - 2008 Pamela Silver’s Lab - Veolia Master thesis award - Worked on developing an artificial symbiosis and use a multi-organism strategy for sustainable bio-hydrogen production.
  • Ecole Normale Supèrieure - Intern

    2008 - 2008 Patrick Charnay’s lab -Studied the unique capacity of a zinc finger transcription factor (Krox20) to activate its own expression in a non cell-autonomous manner resulting in the patterning of the hindbrain.
  • AFSSA - Intern

    2007 - 2007 Short Internship - Worked on scientific risk evaluation and science popularization of food safety.