More About Me

I am a hematologist who specializes in red blood cell disorders in adult patients.
I received my medical training in France, where I obtained my medical degree and certification as a hematologist in 2001. After my training I continued my research at the University of Paris and earned a PhD in Blood Cell Biology in 2010.
From 2004 to 2017, I was an attending hematologist and Medical Director of the Department of Biotherapy at Necker University in Paris. During this time I founded and directed a sickle cell referral center.
I am committed to developing clinical research, most notably in gene therapy for hemoglobinopathies.
To continue this research, in 2017 I moved to Boston.
Since May 2021, I have been an Associate Professor of Medicine at BUSM and the Clinical Director of the Sickle Cell Disease Center at BMC and have resumed my academic research, teaching, and patient-centered clinical work. I am an attending physician licensed to practice in Massachusetts and France.

  • Residency

    Limoges University School of Medicine (France), Fellowship: University of Paris (France)
  • Board Certifications

    Medicine, Hematology
  • Special Interests

    Hemoglobinopathies, Red Blood Cell Disorders
  • Languages

    French
  • Location

    830 Harrison Avenue
    Boston, MA 02118
  • Pronouns

    He/Him