Born in 1988, I got my Bachelor degree in 2009, at the University Pierre and Marie Curie (UPMC) in Paris (France) which is now called Sorbone University.
I then joined an international master program at UPMC on Integrative Biology and Physiology with a speciality on marine organisms. I traveled and studied in different marine stations in France (Oceanological observatory in Banyuls sur Mer and biologic station in Roscoff). I also spent 6 months in Santiago (Chile) and 2 months in Barcelona (Spain) where I studied at the Pontificia Universidad Catholica de Chile (PUC) and the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB). After 2 years, in 2011, I received two master degrees: one from UPMC and one from PUC.
I continued with a PhD in Neurosciences at the Center of the National Research (CNRS) in Gif sur Yvette (France) in the laboratory of Prof. Philippe Vernier, under the supervision of Dr. Catherine Pasqualini and Dr. Sylvie Dufour.
In 2015, I moved to Oslo (Norway) in the laboratory of Prof. Finn-Arne Weltzien for a postdoc at the Norwegian university of Life Sciences (NMBU), where I am still working. I became the leader of the research group from Prof. Weltzien in 2019.
12/2014: PhD in Neurosciences
Title of the thesis: The dopamine system inhibiting the gonadotrope function in zebrafish. Supervised by Dr Catherine Pasqualini
Centre National de la recherche Scientific in Gif sur Yvette (France)
Valedictorian; Title of the thesis: Study the of dopaminergic inhibitory control on reproduction in zebrafish.
Co-supervised by Dr Sylvie Dufour and Dr Catherine Pasqualini
Universite Pierre et Marie Curie – Muséum National d’histoires naturelles – Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique in Paris (France)
Title of the thesis: Study of the effects from UV light on mortality, mobility and metabolism in marine invertebrate larvæ.
Supervised by Dr Myriam Fernandez
Faculdad Agronomia of Pontificia Universidad Catholica in Santiago (Chile)
Universite Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris (France)