I started my career in the field of low temperature physics, combining theoretical and experimental work, both in fundamental and applied science.
In 2006, I have initiated a new research line in the field of neuroscience at Institut Néel in Grenoble. Focusing first on electrical activity recording of neural micro-circuits, I became more and more interested in biophysical aspects of neuronal networks. This thematic evolution was the driving force for joining the Physico-Chimie Curie laboratory in Paris, and also since 2015 the Pierre-Gilles de Gennes Institute for microfluidics. My current activities stem from a crosstalk between biophysics and the development of micro technologies. They are dedicated to the cell biology of invasion, and more specifically to cancer cells in circulation and tip-growing cells (neurons and filamentous fungi).