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Génétique et Écologie Évolutives
CNRS, Directeur de Recherche
adaptation, host-parasite interactions, plant-mutualist and plant-pollinator interactions, reproduction system or breeding system evolution
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Position: Senior Research Scientist Detailed position: Senior Research Scientist CNRS
Team: Evolutionary genetics and ecology
I am interested in adaptation. I study various host-parasite interactions and am branching into the study of mutualisms. My main interest is in the evolution of exploitation strategies – how parasites exploit their hosts and how hosts and mutualists exploit each other.
I work on a variety of systems, most of them plants and some kind of microbe (fungi, oomycetes, bacteria) but also plants and pollinators and cuckoos and their host species. I also maintain an active interest in the evolution of reproductive systems or breeding systems, mainly in flowering plants.
Key words: adaptation, host-parasite interactions, plant-mutualist and plant-pollinator interactions, reproduction system or breeding system evolution Laboratoire Ecologie, Systématique et Evolution Teaching
I am responsible for a module in the Master BEE called “Ecology in English” which is mainly about efficient communication of science. I also teach a number of doctoral courses on manuscript and project writing. Laboratoire Ecologie, Systématique et Evolution
- Bachelor: University of Toronto, Canada
- Masters: Bowling Green State University, USA
- Doctorate: Universität Basel, Switzerland
- Postdoc: Instituut voor Oecologisch Onderzoek, Heteren, The Netherlands.
- Junior Group Leader: Institut für Terrestrische Ökologie, ETH-Zürich, Switzerland
- CNRS Researcher: Ecologie, Systématique, Evolution, Orsay, France