Doriane was born in Annecy, the largest and most beautiful city of the Haute-Savoie department, lying on the northern tip of Lake Annecy and surrounded by the Alps.
Drown in science and the understanding of the living from an early age, she moved to Toulouse after a scientific baccalaureate to start a license in Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. She then obtained her M1 in Biotechnologies, where she did a 2-month internship in the TBI laboratory. There, she studied the intrinsically disordered protein (IDP) Knr4, a conserved and central protein in the synthesis and maintenance of the fungi cell wall, and a promising candidate for the elaboration of new fungicides. Studying and engineering the Saccharomyces cerevisiae microorganism during this internship comforted her in choosing the Structural and Functional Biochemistry M2, where she also did an internship working on this organism. During 6month at the CBI laboratory, she worked on the translocase complex of the mitochondrial outer membrane (TOM complex) to better understand the role of each form and subunits of this complex. She acquired skills and knowledge in molecular biology and microbiology, that she wanted to further improve and put at the service of the MILE team at the LAAS, where she was recruited as an engineer to help design and obtain new Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains.