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As I have always been interested in the brain and its processes I started a B.Sc in Biology at the University of Strasbourg. During this time I took part in internships ranging from somato-sensory system in mice to time-perception in schizophrenic patients. Then, I joined the University Claude-Bernard in Lyon for my first year of M.Sc in Neuroscience, during which I worked on decision-making process in mice. I wanted to understand deeper cognition in human I therefore continued my education at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes in Paris for my second year of M.Sc.. There I studied theory of mind using fMRI and I discovered the world of brain modelling. As I wanted to explore more this topic I did a one year M.Sc. at Goldsmith, University in London where I worked on a computational model of language. After two years out of the research, I finally joined the Brain Language Laboratory for my PhD. Thus, my background encompasses from the biology of the brain to its cognitive processes and how to model them.