About me

As a midwife and a young researcher, I am interested in every aspects of women's health and perinatality. 

I pursued in France a double degree in midwifery and biology (Toulouse and Aix-Marseille University). During my PhD at Toulouse Institute for Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases (INSERM, University Toulouse III), I analyzed the impact of human Cytomegalovirus infection on placental extracellular cellular vesicles, and their impact on the fetus, paving the way to promising approaches for early prognostic biomarkers development.

I lately expanded my scope in gynecology and obstetrics to public health, joining Global Health training program at Pasteur Institute/CNAM (Paris) before joining KI.


Research description

In Prs. Salumets and Lanner lab I am focusing on the implantation processes at the early times points of human pregnancy.

Using both stem cells and organoïds models I aim to decipher some of the mechanisms involved in healthy and pathological pregnancies. I hope to leverage my expertise in extracellular vesicles in reproductive medicine to identify some of  the building blocks in the cross talk between endometrium and embryo.

In addition to a better understanding of human reproduction physiology, this research work could improve the care of women and couples facing miscarriages and infertility. 


2022 - Global Health Certificate - Pasteur Institute/CNAM, Paris, France

2021 - PhD Virology and Pathohysiology - Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France

2018 - Master in Science Infectious disease, contagion and prevention - Aix Marseille University, France

2017 - Midwife state diploma - Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France