I have been a research engineer at the CNRS since 2009, specializing in the analysis of ancient sources and scientific information. I am a member of the Centre Jean Pépin (UMR 8230), and part of the IPhiS-CIRIS project.
My research focuses on ancient philosophy and the history of medicine. More specifically, I work on ancient epicureanism, skepticism, Hippocratic and Galenic medicine, and more generally on the history of empiricism and its links with certain ethical positions in antiquity. I am also interested in the transmission of Epicurean texts in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, and more broadly in the editorial history of Epicureanism. I have a strong interest in the digital humanities as they apply to the sciences of Antiquity; I am involved in a global reflection on new methods for editing and analyzing ancient texts and on digital philology, with a strong commitment to Open Science and free software.