I am a postdoctoral researcher with Bryan Grenfell’s Lab at the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University. I draw from methods in mathematics, physics, and computer science, and apply them to problems in biology, specifically in the areas of infectious disease epidemiology and ecology. My main research projects involve the analysis of some spatiotemporal aspects of measles spread in small populations, and the image analysis of histological data to quantify degeneration caused by malnutrition and parasites.
After obtaining my undergraduate degree in Chemistry at the University of Warwick in 2008, I joined the Centre for Complexity Science and obtained an MSc in Complexity Science, followed by a PhD in Mathematical Neuroscience in 2013. In March of that year, I moved to Princeton University. I was born in France, and have also lived in the USA, the UK, Poland and Russia.