Reproductive physiology and developmental biology in teleost - interest in early life stages, egg quality, embryonic deformity, fisheries and aquaculture.
Current research at the IMR:
PhD in Agronomy, URAFPA, University of Lorraine, France, 2016
MSc in Integrative biology and physiology, University Paris VI - Pierre and Marie Curie, France, 2012
BSc in Cellular biology and physiology, University of Strasbourg, France, 2010
2018 - Current: Postdoc Researcher - Reproduction and Development biology Research Team, Institute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway - Impact of climate change on Atlantic cod reproductive physiology and success.
2017 - 2018: Temporary lecturer and research assistant - Marine Biodiversity Exploitation and Conservation Research Unit (UMR MARBEC), University of Montpellier, France - The digestive system in P. orbicularis, species of interest for Polynesian aquaculture: ontogenesis, immunity and absorption.
2017: Consultant and expert mission - ASIALOR company, Perch and Pikeperch production, France - Design of protocols for reproduction and evaluation of developmental success in pikeperch (European project EUROSTARS).
2012 - 2016: PhD student and assistant lecturer - Animal and Functionality of Animal Products Research Unit, University of Lorraine, France - Study of the embryogenesis variability in the Eurasian perch: development of alternative approaches.
2012: MSc Thesis - Ecophysiological Adaptations and Ontogenesis Research Team, University of Montpellier, France - The digestive physiology of different populations of the European sea bass, D. labrax, in response to starvation and refeeding.