Welcome to my personal website!

I am a junior researcher (CR) at INRIA Lyon, France, in the AIstroSight team. I investigate how the brain processes information. More precisely, I am interested in how a certain type of cells in our brain, astrocytes, contribute to brain function and to pathologies of the nervous system. You can find more details on my research, code, workshops and publications on the dedicated pages.

I have a PhD in computational neuroscience from INSA Lyon and Ecole Doctorale InfoMaths, France and a Master degree in Biology from ENS Lyon (more details in my CV). After my PhD, I spent 3 years at the Computational Neuroscience Unit, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan as a postdoctoral fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).

Outside research in computational neuroscience, I teach and am involved in public outreach and science communication initiatives in France.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to me by email or to DM me on Twitter!

Photograph: © Inria / Photo B. Fourrier

Image of calcium signals in an astrocyte © Audrey Denizot. Image representing calcium signals measured in a hippocampal astrocyte using confocal microscopy, created with experimental data from M. Arizono.