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, PhD Student Biotechnology engineer Education 2014-present: PhD student in Immunology Doctoral School 569 « Innovation thérapeutique : du fondamentale à l'appliqué » University Paris-Saclay -Faculty of pharmacy, Chatenay-Malabry Fundings: DIM Cancéropôle, région Ile de France (3 years), Foundation for medical research (FRM) (1 year) 2010-2013: Biotechnology engineer specialized in R&D École de Biologie Industrielle (EBI) 95000 Cergy, 2008.

, École National de Chimie Physique et Biologie (ENCPB) 75013, 2007.

, Supervisor: Dr Karl Balabanian Project: Role of Cxcr4 desensitization in the maintenance of bone marrow homeostasis in mice, Dr Hisse Martien van Santen Project: Oligomerization of TCR and collaboration between TCR and CXCR4 receptor, 2013.