I obtained training and work experience in genomics and systems biology. My primary research interest lies in uncovering the molecular mechanisms of complex human disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease and Cancers, using systems genomics approaches. In the past five years, I have a track record of developing and applying novel integrative genomic and systems biology approaches to identify key biomarkers, biological pathways, and gene networks involved in complex diseases and pathologies. My expertise in systems biology, integrative genomics, and bioinformatics has attracted numerous collaborations with international and national consortia (e.g., CARDIoGRAM, Framingham Heart Study, WHI, GENESIS) and individual investigators. In this context, I am delighted to join the Banchereau lab, which has developed a strong genomic approach of the immune system, both in healthy individuals over the whole lifespan or patients suffering from various diseases. I am looking forward to apply my skills in the integrated analysis of multi-omics approaches to the current project on to analyze at the single cell level the difference between elderly responders and non-responders to influenza vaccination.