I majored in theoretical Physics and minored in philosophy of science at ENS, Paris. I followed up with a PhD in the Statistical Physics Department of ENS investigating gene regulatory networks using tools from physics and machine learning. During my postdoc at the BarabasiLab of Northeastern University and the Division of Network Medicine at Harvard Medical School, I have investigated the networks underlying biological systems at all scales, from network medicine (protein interactome analysis) and personalized medicine to hospital network analysis, to the making of biology by studying the iGEM competition, an international student competition of synthetic biology. Since my arrival at LPI Paris, I have been studying collaborative learning and solving using network approaches on large empirical datasets, with the end goal to develop tools fostering collective intelligence for social impact.
Apart from the lab, I enjoy playing music (all sorts of guitars and world percussions) and exploring the bottomless pit of weirdness that is the internet (Ben Levin, Bill Wurtz…). Passionate about spontaneous jamming, I also explore how group rituals and facilitation mechanisms help achieve collective flow states, with a focus on multi-modal, dialogical embodied practices to experience philosophical and contemplative concepts such as emergence, inter-being, or at-onement. Since 2023 I am a core resident at the Life Itself Bergerac Praxis Hub where I further explore these practices during long-term residencies.