She is developing hepatic organoid in a 3D polysaccharide hydrogel for the RHU project iLite, Innovation for Liver Tissue Engineering. Her research interests include biomimetic and bioactive biomaterials for tissue engineering and a more fundamental approach to characterize cellular micro-environments to gain a better understanding of diseases and offer adapted therapeutic strategies. She obtained her PhD in 2012 from the University of Montpellier I on the development of a collagen-based functionalized 3D biomimetic matrix for neural differentiation and the study of amyloïd aggregates toxicity mechanisms. She then joined D. Hoey’s group as a research fellow and lab manager in the University of Limerick and later in Trinity College Dublin. Her studies focused on orthopedics and biomechanics, more specifically aiming at understanding the role of Transforming Growth Factor β1 in the recruitment of human Mesenchymal Stem Cells for bone remodeling and developing a polymer-calcium phosphate composite for bone tissue engineering.