I am a computational biologist working in environmental microbiology and metagenomics. My research experience encompasses different topics and interests. I did a master's degree in fundamental and applied microbiology at the University of Rennes 1, France. This master's degree was followed by an internship at the University of Tennessee, USA in the laboratory of Dr. S.W. Wilhelm, where I worked on phage-host interactions between cyanobacteria and cyanophages. In 2016 I obtained my PhD in molecular and cellular biology at the CEA (Center for Atomic energy) of Saclay, France. My dissertation focused on understanding intracellular fluxes of glutathion and its impact on protein secretion in yeast. Convinced of the importance of computer science and data analysis skills in today's biological research, I decided to complete a second master's degree in computer science, at the University of Rennes 1, France. During this time, I add the opportunity to perform a placement at the University of Arizona, in the laboratory of Dr. Bonnie Hurwitz. Once my master's degree obtained, I joined her lab as a postdoctoral fellow. My current research focuses on the development of tools and methods for the analysis of large-scale metagenomics datasets.