I sit on the bridge between biomedicine and technology, with the aim of discovering how AI can enrich our understanding of pathologies. My research aims at using interpretable deep learning methods to support and facilitate knowledge discovery in bio-medical research.
I hold a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Geneva and my Ph.D. dissertation received the best thesis award from the IEEE Technical Committee on Computational Life Sciences. I also hold a MPhil in Machine Learning, Speech and Language from the University of Cambridge. During my Ph.D., I was a visiting student at the Martinos Center, part of the Harvard Medical School in Boston (MA) to focus on the interaction between clinicians and deep learning systems.