Vita

Last changes : 2016/06/27 00:12

I am a versatile scientist trained in biotechnology and computational science, i.e. a computational biologist and bioinformatician. Although I spend most of my time in front of a computer, I am occasionally found in the field or working at the bench. My multidisciplinarity leads me to interact with all sorts of scholars: molecular biologists, mathematicians, geneticists, computer scientists, ecologists, ...

I would like to hear from you if you have a position available within a dynamic team.

Contact Information


Born in France in 1980

Address: Near Bern, Switzerland
Email address: florent dot angly at gmail dot com



Research interests


  • Bioinformatic and statistical methods for the analysis of big data
  • Environmental genomics and novel computational approaches to mine metagenomic data
  • Phage biogeography and biodiversity
  • Microbial ecology and how concepts of ecology for macroorganisms might be applied to microbes
  • Coral reef ecosystems and how coral reef health relates to human activities and changes in microbial communities
  • Integration of *omics data: metagenomics, metatranscriptomics, metaproteomics


Education


2013
2005-2009
2001-2004
  • Strasbourg School of Biotechnology (ESBS), Strasbourg, France / Freiburg, Germany / Basel, Switzerland. Trinational degree Diplôme d'Ingénieur en Biotechnologie / Diplom Biotechnologe (~ M.Sc., 5th year of study).
2000-2001
1998-2000
1995-1998


Work experience


2015
2012-2014
2011
2010
  • Laboratory of Dr. Tyson, Advanced Water Management Centre, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. Postdoctoral research fellow.
2005-2009
2004
2003
  • Laboratory of Dr. du Manoir, Institute of Genetics and Cellular and Molecular Biology (IGBMC), Strasbourg, France. 4-week project directed by Prof. Stanislas du Manoir about the "High throughput bioinformatic analysis of the clones used in the production of CGH DNA chip". Mapping and characterization of the 250 clones by use of Perl programming and statistical analysis of repeated sequences with RepeatMasker.
2002
  • Biology Informatics Statistics and Sociolinguistics Workshop (ABISS), Rouen University, France. 6-week internship directed by Laurent Mouchard (senior lecturer) for the "Installation of a full Blast pairwise sequences comparison system", including proteic and nucleic biological databases use, UNIX programming and installation of the BLAST package and its HTML interface.
2001
  • Molecular Histology and Embryology Laboratory , Laennec Medicine Faculty, Lyon, France. 2-week internship directed by professor Jacqueline Trouillas for an "Initiation to research laboratory work". Study of hypophysary adenomas: publications reading, histological cuts realisation, coloration, and observation under optical and transmission electronic microscope, and following of the studied rat stem.


Publications


2016
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005


Conferences, symposia and courses



Miscellaneous