Research director at the CNRS and
exploiter team leader. Theoretical evolutionary ecologist specialised in the study of infectious diseases, with a particular interest in human parasites such as HIV, HCV, malaria, ebola or HPV.
CNRS engineer in immunology and clinical researcher, currently working on the EVOLPROOF project.
ATIP-Avenir-funded post-doctoral fellow (2012-2014) on virus evolutionary dynamics. Now a Research fellow in Edinburgh (UK).
ERC-funded Post-doctoral fellow on papillomavirus ecology and evolution (2015-2018). Now on maternity leave.
ERC-funded Post-doctoral fellow in biostatistics, genomics and epidemiology (2017-2019). Now IRD tenured researcher.
MSc Student at ETH (2009) on modelling epidemics on networks (co-supervisor: Sebastian Bonhoeffer).
MEME MSc Student (2011-2012) on sex heterogeneity and the evolution of virulence.
Chateaubriand fellowship (2011) on epidemiological modelling of plant pathogens (supervisor: Janic Antonovics).
MEME MSc Student (2014-2015) on modelling the evolution of drug resistance in HIV at the within- and between-host levels.
MD and Biology & Health MSc1 student (2019) on HPV infections in young women.
Undergrad student (2019) on phylodynamics (co-supervisor: Gonché Danesh).
Research engineer in computer sciences on the PEPS project (2012). Now at the CNRS in Strasbourg at the IGBMC.
Engineer on the EVOLPROOF project (2017-2018). Now a CNRS engineer at the IGF in Montpellier.
Computer scientist (2016) working on the EVOLPROOF project. Now working at GFI.