As an anthropological geneticist, I am interested in how the human genetic diversity is impacted by cultural behaviours, migrations and demographic events. During my PhD, I was working on several neutral genetic markers: genome-wide autosomal SNPs, Y chromosomal STRs, mitochondrial HVS1 sequences and haplogroups, in combination with ethnological data, sampled from present-day Inner Asian human populations. Now, at CMPG, my post-doctoral project aims at studying demography, admixture and migration within great apes species and human Neolithic groups, using a coalescent model-based approach.
- 2018- : Postdoc in CMPG group at the Institute of Ecology and Evolution, University of Bern, SW.
- 2014-2017: PhD in anthropological genetics with Prof. Evelyne HEYER & Dr. Laure SEGUREL (Evolutive Anthropology Group, CNRS – MNHN, Paris, FR.) on the impact of cultural behaviours on the diversity of human populations from Inner Asia, at the Natural History Museum, Paris, France.
- 2013-2014: Financed internship in the Evolutive Anthropology Group.
- 2011-2013: Research Master in Evolution and Biological Sciences at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) de Lyon, FR.
- 2010-2011: Bachelor of Sciences in Biology at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) de Lyon, FR.
- 2008-2010: Post-secondary preparatory classes in Science for competitive examination (CPGE BCPST), Lycée Thiers, Marseille, FR.
- 2008: High school diploma in Science, Marseille, FR