Born in a small town in the south of France, I studied chemistry at the University of Paris-Saclay and at ENS-Saclay in Paris. I obtained my PhD in 2020 in Chemical Biology, my work focused on the synthesis of probes for the detection of hydrogen peroxide in cells. Then I worked at COBRA lab (Rouen, France) on the development of chromogenic and fluorogenic methods for the detection of organophosphorus neurotoxic species. Then, in early 2023, I moved to Berlin to join Sigrid Milles' group and Johannes Broichhagen's lab to work on innovative labelling strategies for high resolution spectroscopic techniques. Outside of science, I enjoy bouldering, usually with colleagues from the FMP!
Hydrogen Peroxide‐Responsive Triggers Based on Borinic Acids: Molecular Insights into the Control of Oxidative Rearrangement
Chemistry – A European Journal 2022read online
Synthesis and photophysical studies of through-space conjugated [2.2]paracyclophane-based naphthalene fluorophores
RSC Adv. 2017read online
Synthesis, Photophysical Properties, and Living Cell Imaging of Theranostic Half-Sandwich Iridium–4,4-Difluoro-4-bora-3a,4a-diaza-s-indacene (BODIPY) Dyads
Organometallics 2017read online