My research interests lie at the intersection of bioinformatics, transcriptomics, and genetics. I am particularly interested in exploring the intricacies of gene expression and its impact on the biology of an organism. This passion has driven me to undertake a PhD project, in close collaboration with the core Bgee team, aimed at enhancing our understanding of expression variability and developing data-integration and bioinformatics tools to support transcriptomic research.
PhD student in Marc Robinson-Rechavi’s group
Master of Science in Molecular Life Sciences, Bioinformatics specialization, University of Lausanne
Master thesis: “Enhancing PascalX gene and pathway disease scoring through the incorporation of chromatin and eQTL data”, directed by Professor Sven Bergmann and Dr. Daniel Krefl
First-step project: “Integrative approach for epitope predictions”, directed by Professor David Gfeller and Dr. Julien Racle
Bachelor of Biology, University of Lausanne