Marie is a bioinformatics scientist Fellow at Open Avenues Foundation. She is leading a bioinformatics study of a microbiome sample with students. Marie is currently working in Trace Genomics. Trace Genomics has developed the first analytics engine that learns as it maps the living soil. Marie is in charge of developing the metagenomics pipeline. Prior to that, she worked in Second Genome a company that is studying the gut microbiome, Marie worked on the gut brain axis, where she studied the correlation between the gut microbiome and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Marie also participated in an international competition of synthetic biology in 2018: iGEM where her team won a gold medal and a special prize from the jury. They invented a non-hormonal contraception using the vaginal microbiome. Marie is currently ambassador of this competition is North America. Marie was also a research assistant in the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory for 6 months, where she studied hydrology in the Central Valley of California using deep learning techniques. She received her Master’s degree in Biotechnology from the leading school of life sciences in France: AgroParisTech.