I work in this research field since 2011 and I have developed a lot of expertise by studying bacterial species causing disease in humans, plants and animals (Escherichia coli O157:H7, Salmonella enterica, Pseudomonas syringae et Aeromonas salmonicida, respectively). My research interests and expertise span from molecular biology to bacterial genomics. I have been working on the Salmonella project in the Levesque laboratory since November 2015.
People who know me know that I am honest, energetic, passionate about science, funny, curious, resourceful and that I hate when my coffee becomes cold before I drink it.
I am motivated by the perspective that we still have a lot of things to understand about the world around us. But, in order to make a discovery, we have to investigate. In other words, the discoveries of tomorrow are studied today.