In 2009, I obtained my qualified technician's diploma in Medical Biology from High School of Health Sciences and Technologies (Tunisia). I then obtained my Bachelor's degree in Life Sciences and my Master's in Physiology and Pathophysiology from Pierre et Marie Curie University (Paris, France). In 2013, I was awarded a 3-year thesis scholarship from French Ministry of Higher Education and Research to carry out my PhD in National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm, UMRS_938) ,under the supervision of Francis Berenbaum and Claire Jacques. My research focused on the communication between bone and cartilage during osteoarthritis. I joined Philip Cohen lab in April, 2017 as a postdoctoral researcher.