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, HPV, or SARS-Cov-2.
Research engineer in phylodynamics and genomics analyse sof human viruses.
CNRS engineer in bioinformatics.
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 post-doctoral fellow in Montréal.
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).
MEME MSc1 student (2020) working on modelling the evolution of the asymptomatic period.
Intern from ENS Cachan (2021) on PAPCLEAR clinical data analyses (co-supervisor: Nicolas Tessandier).
M1 internship from Lille University (2022) on phylodynamics and the PANGEA contest (co-supervisor: Gonché Danesh).
Engineer in data science working on COVID-19 (2020-2021). Now a PhD candidate in Toulouse.
Engineer on the EVOLPROOF project (2017-2018). Now a CNRS engineer at the IGF in Montpellier.
CNRS engineer in immunology and clinical researcher (2014-2020). Now working at CNRS MIVEGEC with Nacho Bravo.
Computer scientist (2016) working on the EVOLPROOF project. Now working at GFI.
Research engineer in computer sciences on the PEPS project (2012). Now at the CNRS in Strasbourg at the IGBMC.