2014 - Present: Chargé de Recherches 2 (Assistant Professor) at Centre International de Recherches en Infectiologie (INSERM - U1111)
2010 - 2014: Postdoctoral fellow in Melissa Moore's laboratory (University of Massachusetts Medical School)
2006 - 2014: Graduate Student in Théophile Ohlmann's laboratory (Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon)
I have a strong expertise in studying how gene-expression is regulated at the post-transcriptional level. Particularly, my research is focused on the development of new tools for the high-throughput analysis of RNA in the context of innate immunity and viral infections. To this aim, over the past few years, I have participated in the development of protocols to measure mRNA levels as well as mRNA half-lives and translation efficiency in a transcriptome-wide manner (Heyer et al., and Patent). I also have knowledge in protocols aiming at characterizing the target sites of RNA-binding proteins in living cells (Singh et al., and Ricci et al.,).