I am a postdoc in evolutionary biology interested in interspecific interactions, symbiosis, and especially the question of microbiota evolution. During my Ph.D., I have used and developed modeling approaches to better characterize the evolution of host-microbiota interactions, with a particular emphasis on mycorrhizal networks. My PhD manuscript can be found here.
2021-2022: PostDoc, IBENS, Paris.2018-2021: Ph.D. student co-advised by Hélène Morlon (ENS), Marc-André Selosse, and Florent Martos (MNHN), Paris.2018-2021: FIRE doctoral school, CRI, Paris.2018: Research internship at Harvard University (Naomi Pierce lab).2014-2018: ENS diploma in Biology, Paris.2016: Research internship at UC Berkeley (Rosemary Gillespie lab).2015-2017: Master degree in Evolutionary modeling at ENS & Sorbonne Universités, Paris.2014-2015: Bachelor degree in Biology at ENS, Paris.2012-2014: Classe préparatoire BCPST, Lycée Fermat, Toulouse.
HOME tutorial - detecting vertical transmission in microbiota (GitHub).Guidelines to measure phylogenetic signals in interaction networks (GitHub).
Training in Mathematics and Statistics for IMALIS Master students at ENS (documents), 2018-2020.Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Biology for L3 students at ENS (documents), 2019-2021.Lecture in the eDNA workshop (organized by Mélanie Roy, UNCUYO): Using eDNA to study the evolution of symbioses (2021). Instructor in the Transmitted Science workshop: Understanding Macroevolutionary Dynamics using RPANDA (2022).