I have obtained my Ph.D degree in Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology from the University of Aix-Marseille (France), as a fellow from the French ministry of Education (MNERT fellowship). I have conducted my Ph.D research project in the laboratory of Dr. Alain Dolla, focused on understanding the molecular adaptation of anaerobes to oxidative stress, using genetic and proteomic approaches. In order to gain expertise in shotgun proteomics approaches and large scale data analysis, I have further joined the laboratory and proteomic center held by Pr. Michael Washburn at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research (Kansas City, USA). During my appointment at Stowers, I was interested in characterizing the molecular mechanisms of yeast in response to anticancer drugs treatment, such as rapamycin, using omics approaches. I have further moved to the Institute of Genetics and Molecular Biology in Strasbourg (France), in which I have contributed to the development of the proteomics facility of the Institute and developed my research project, as a Marie-Curie international incoming fellow in the laboratory of Dr. Laszlo Tora, focused in understanding the role of post-translational modification such as lysine acetylation, in human cells. As a follow up of this project, I have joined the laboratory of Dr. Fumiko Esashi, at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology of the University of Oxford, in order to understand the role of lysine acetylation in the regulation of DNA repair by homologous recombination. Using quantitative proteomics and network analysis, I am furthermore interested in deciphering molecular switches from unperturbed to DNA damaged conditions, regulating homologous recombination.