I am a research associate since 2013 at the Institut National de Recherche pour l'Agriculture, l'Alimentation et l'Environnement (INRAE) in the team BIOlogy of GPCR Signaling Systems (BIOS). This team is an interdisciplinary team composed of biologists, informaticians and mathematicians. We develop transdisciplinary approaches to understand, predict and control the functioning of signaling networks induced by G protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) involved in reproduction and interactions social.

I am also involved in the INRIA-INRAE-CNRS project team MUltiSCAle population dynamics for physiological systems (MUSCA). MUSCA is an intrinsically interdisciplinary team in Biomathematics and Systems Biology, which brings together applied mathematicians and biologists. Our main research line is grounded on deterministic and stochastic population dynamics, in finite or infinite dimension. We study open methodological issues raised by the modeling, analysis and simulation of multiscale in time and/or space dynamics in the field of physiology, with a special focus on developmental and reproductive biology, as well as digestive ecophysiology.

My works deals with deterministic and stochastic models in biology, particulary from cellular and molecular biology (including signaling systems, reaction networks, gene expression, protein aggregation and structured population dynamics). I'm interested in hybrid modelling, and study stochastic processes, limit theorem, asymptotic properties. I'm also interested in parameter estimation for the dynamic model we study. The main applications I'm interested in concern reproductive biology and GPCR signaling systems.

Last update: July 2022