Post-doc researcher, parasitology and ecology

Use of entomopathogenic nematodes againt the large pine weevil: implementation of a method of biological pest control

2017, University of Maynooth, Ireland

 

PhD in behavioural ecology and parasitology

Effect of the environment on the interaction between gammarids (Crustacea: Amphipoda) and their manipulative acanthocephalan parasites

2013-2016, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France

Link to the PhD Thesis (PDF)

Link to the PhD web page

 

Field assistant

Study about the link between anti-oxydants and begging behaviour in great tits youngs, Parus major

2013, University of Bern, Switzerland

 

Training period, modelisation and physiology

Modeling of the energetic needs of the greater flamingo in Camargue, on a long-time scale (from 1980 to 2012), and prediction for 2050. Investigation on the effects of cold spells on energetic requirments. 

2012, Tour du Valat, Research centre for the conservation of Mediterranean wetlands, Arles, France

 

Training period, behavioural ecology

Study on the influence of personnality (aggressivity and exploratory tendancies) on mate choice in the convict cichlid fish.

2011, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France

 

Education and diplomas

 
2016 - PhD in Biology
                Behavioural Ecology and Parasitology
 
2012 - Master Degree, Organisms and Populations Biology
                Major in Behavioural Ecology and Conservation
                University of Burgundy (Dijon, France)
                FIRST CLASS HONOR (rank 3/34)
 
2010 - Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology
                Major in Organisms Biology
                University of Lorraine (Nancy, France)
                HIGH FIRST CLASS HONOR (rank 1/217)
 

Other courses

  •  Research: Level 1 Animal Experimentation Accreditation (2016)
  •  Teaching: Introduction to teacher profession in Higher Education (2014)
  •  Communication: Professional communication: web and social medias (2015)
  •  Medical entomology: six weeks MOOC organized by the Pasteur Institute, Paris (2017)
  •  Biodiversity & global change: four weeks MOOC organized by the Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris (2017)