Since october 2021, I have been a
postdoctoral researcher at the University
of Paris, in the Statistics
of the MAP5 lab. I am currently working under the supervision of Olivier Bouaziz on a project funded by
the French National League Against Cancer on the detection of gene-environment interactions in cancer
studies. More information about the project can be found here.
Prior to that position, I was a PhD
student in applied mathematics in the
Modelisation and Control team
of the Institute of Advanced Mathematical Research (IRMA) and in the BioOrganic Mass Spectrometry
Laboratory (LSMBO) of the Hubert Curien Pluridisciplinary Institute (IPHC).
My thesis work was supervised by Frédéric Bertrand and Christine Carapito and funded by the LabEx IRMIA
(Institute of Research in Mathematics, Applications and Interactions).
My main research interests are
high-dimensional data, missing values, imputation methods, analysis of
health and omics data.