Lecturer, Division of Infection and Immunity and Institute for the Physics of Living Systems, University College London
Division of Infection and Immunity University College London 302 Pears Building London, NW3 2PP, UK
PhD in Physics 2017, École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France
I received my PhD in Physics from the Ecole normale superieure. I am broadly interested in the statistical physics of biological function. My fascination for how function can emerge from the collective dynamics of a large number of specialized cells has led me to focus much of my research on immune defense, which has been a great model system to think about this question. In my work I am building towards quantitative theories, which give insight into cellular mechanisms of regulation and link them to computational properties at the population scale.