Most of my teaching experiences were during my PhD when I was a Teaching Assistant at Université Grenoble Alpes. During that period, I taught a total of 229 hours over 3 years, and engaged in many different activities from tutorials to organizing lectures.
Bioinformatics: from genome analysis to modeling (BSc)
This introductory course was taught to 2nd-year students in collaboration with Dr. Thierry Gautier. I was in charge of the part about modeling, which means I was responsible for choosing the content, designing and teaching the lectures, tutorials, and practical exercices, but also designing the final exam and grading.
Population genetics, conservation biology, biodiversity and evolution (BSc and MSc)
These different courses were taught from 2nd-year to 4th-year students in collaboration with Dr. Éric Bazin. I mostly supervized tutorials and helped to design and grade the final exams.
Prokaryotic genetics and microbiology (BSc)
This course was taught to 2nd-year students. I supervized tutorials and practical exercices at the bench.
Modeling and simulation of genetic regulatory networks (MSc)
This course was taught to 5th-year students. It was organized for students of École Normale Supérieure, and taught in collaboration with Dr. Hidde de Jong. I helped to choose the content, teach the lectures and supervize the practical exercices. I also helped to design and grad the final exam.
|Bioinformatics: from genome analysis to modelling||BSc||L/T/PW||42H||Thierry Gautier|
|Population genetics||BSc||T||54H||Joël Gaffé|
|Procaryotic genetics and microbiology||BSc||T/PW||88H||Joël Gaffé|
|Biodiversity, Evolution||BSc||T||9H||Éric Bazin|
|Population genetics and conservation biology||MSc||T/PW||18H||Éric Bazin|
|Modeling and simulation of genetic regulatory networks||MSc||L/PW||18H||Denis Thieffry|
(Note: L - Lecture; T - Tutorial; PW - Practical Work)