About me

Since my youngest age, my fascination with reptiles has only been growing and this passion has led me to study evolutionary biology/ecology and its underlying mechanisms using reptiles as model organisms. Now, after a Ph.D. done at the Lizard Lab (Sydney), I obtained a two-year Marie Curie fellowship (postdoc) to unravel the mechanisms underlying the evolution of ultraviolet signals in lizards at the iEES Paris (Sorbonne Université)


I obtained my BSc at the University of Bordeaux (France) in 2011, and my MSc at the Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris (France) in 2013. I also worked some time as a high-school teacher in Earth and Life Sciences in France.