Clinical microbiologist & Assistant professor, Université Sorbonne Paris Nord & Academic hospital of Avicenne (APHP, Paris)

Clinical microbiologist, Assistant professor, PharmD, PhD, Paris, France, teacher at the medical school of Université Sorbonne Paris Nord, and consultant at the laboratory of bacteriology of the Academic hospital of Avicenne (APHP, Paris). She received her training at the Universities of Tours and Lyon, France, completed with a postdoctoral position at the Imperial College of London to study virulence and resistance of staphylococcal strains responsible of BSI. Her time is distributed between diagnostic activities, teaching and research in the Infection Modeling antimicrobials, Evolution (IAME, INSERM, Paris).

Her area of expertise is bloodstream infections (BSI) from pathogenesis to rapid diagnostics and improved diagnosis. She is the current referee for blood culture for the French Society for Microbiology (SFM), and she chairs the ESCMID Study Group on Bloodstream infection, Endocarditis and Sepsis (ESGBIES). She also chairs an ESCMID group to develop clinical practice guidelines. She leads several research projects to improve the diagnostic of bloodstream infection and actively contributed to implement a nationwide observatory on the practices of the microbial diagnosis of bloodstream infections in France.

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