I am a research scientist responsible of nanoscale X-ray neuroimaging at ESRF, the European Synchrotron
Main interests:
Development of cryogenic X-ray phase contrast nano-tomography for 3D imaging of thick biological tissues to overcome resolving power barriers.
Correlative microscopy methods giving access to complementary information such as structure, chemical composition and molecular information.

Previously I was a postdoctoral researcher at Uppsala University and Science for Life Laboratory in Sweden, where I have developed image analysis methods for in situ sequencing and high throughput microscopy.
My PhD thesis focused on nanoscale imaging of the bone cell network with synchrotron X-ray computed tomography
I have been shaped as a scientist by a physicist (Peter Cloetens), a computational biologist (Carolina Wählby) and a mathematician (Françoise Peyrin).I have an Engineer's degree in Electrical Engineering and Signal Processing.
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Blood capillary and neuron regeneration in mouse spinal cord