I am currently a postdoctoral fellow the I2BC institute (Institute for Integrative Biology of the Cell) in the IMAPP Team. I work with molecular modelling and molecular dynamic simulations on viral proteins (Hepatitis E, Hepatitis C, Norovirus) and their interaction with biological membranes.
I was previously postdoctoral fellow at the University of Bergen in Nathalie Reuter’s group working on peripheral proteins and before that, I was a postdoctoral fellow at the Servier research institute (pharmaceutical company) where I developed new methods to increase their bioisosteric molecular 3D fragment knowledge.
During my Ph.D., supervised by Dr. Stephane Bressanelli and Dr. Yves Boulard at the French Atomic Energy Commission (Paris Saclay), I studied the norovirus capsid self-assembly using molecular dynamics, homology modelling, protein/protein docking but also some experiments with S.A.X.S data acquisition and interpretation (see more at Norovirus Capsid Assembly).
During my Ph.D., I also taught in the Bioinformatics Master of Diderot University (Paris VII), mainly Python, Unix, Biostatistics, and visualization software… Several documents for students are accessible on this page.
This website aims to present me, my work and my lab. So don’t hesitate to contact me if you need more information, collaboration, documents…