I am an expert in nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy and methodology. I graduated from Ecole Centrale Paris, a competitive educational institute devoted to sciences and engineering in physics in 1991. During my a PhD thesis, I focused on the structure-activity relationship of viral nucleocapsids in the laboratory of Pr. Bernard Roques at his INSERM laboratory in Paris. I then worked on the use of new formalisms and methods in nuclear magnetic resonance during my successive post-doctoral stays in the teams of Pr. Istan Sugar (Mount Sinai Hospital; New York) and Dr. Dominique Marion (Institute of Structural Biology, Grenoble). Since my recruitment as permanent researcher at the CNRS in the Center of Structural Biochemistry in Montpellier (1998), I have dedicated myself to the use and development of NMR methods for the study of the dynamics and structure of challenging proteins, among which foremost GPCRs.