I'm a postdoctoral researcher at Princeton University. My interests are in mathematical and computational biology, signal and image processing, and machine learning.

I like thinking about methods and algorithms for solving complex problems.

I'm a postdoc with Bryan Grenfell in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. 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.

I obtained my PhD in Mathematical Neuroscience from the Centre for Complexity Science at the University of Warwick in 2013. I was affiliated with the departments of Physics, Computer Science, and Biological Sciences, and was part of the Computational Biology and Bioimaging Group. Prior to this, I received an MSc in Complexity Science in 2009, and a BSc in Chemistry in 2008. In March of 2013, I moved to Princeton. I was born in France, and have also lived in the USA, the UK, Poland and Russia.