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I learned geology and biology at the University of Paris 7 and did my PhD between 2005 and 2008 at the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris. During my PhD I reported the results of an integrated stable isotope (carbon, oxygen, sulphur, and nitrogen) study of the Mesoarchean Tumbiana Formation and of the Paleoarchean North Pole Group (Dresser Formation; Western Australia) in order to put further insights on life evolution through carbon, sulphur, and nitrogen anabolism and catabolism pathways.

I worked as a post doc associate researcher in-between 2009 and 2010 in the laboratory of Prof. Harald Strauß in the Institute of Geology and Palaeontology at the University of Muenster (Germany) where I followed up to explore the Precambrian evolution in particular using multiple sulfur isotope (so called Mass Indepent Fractionation) to trace the oxygenation of the young earth.

Since 2010 I ‘m an Associate Professor (Maître de conférences) in the Biogéosciences Laboratory (CNRS) of the University of Burgundy (Dijon, France).

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