My research focuses on the application of
computational tools to toxicology.

During my PhD thesis, I developed a new modelling framework and a software environment dedicated to toxicology. This work allows to represent the qualitative behaviour of a biological organism thanks to a set of rules and constraints. It is then possible to automatically check if the modelled behaviour includes known pathways of toxicity.

While detecting pathways of toxicity, building a model with this formalism also highlights gaps in the current toxicology knowledge, providing useful insights to optimize experimental strategies in exploratory toxicology.

Ph.D. funded by the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur french region.


Web technologies bases

Credits to D. Lopez.

Aims to explain the basic functionning of the web, with details on both its languages (HTML/CSS) and protocols (HTTP).

Introduction to programming

Credits to G. Bernot.

Details the basic principles of programming using Python 3: variables, conditions, loops, functions and an brief introduction to objects.

Object-oriented programming

Credits to C. Escazut.

Uses the Java static-typing to introduce object-oriented notions such as classes, encapsulation, inheritance or polymorphism.

System administration bases

Credits to E. Gallesio.

Uses Python to teach the basic functionning of the Linux OS, regular expressions and the generation of xHTML documents.