I was trained as an immunologist, and I am particularly interested in understanding interactions between immune cells. I obtained my PhD degree in London, studying the role of actin cytoskeleton during B cell activation. I joined the Institut Curie in 2016, first as a post-doctoral fellow and then as a Inserm research scientist. I am working on understading what makes tumor cells visible by the immune system. I am particularly interested in defining how the "silent genome" contributes to this recognition process.