Reproductive physiology and developmental biology in teleost - interest in early life stages, egg quality, embryonic deformity, fisheries and aquaculture.
Current research at the IMR:
- Scaling climate effects from individual physiology to population responses (ScaleClim)
- Research focus on the effect of temperature on Atlantic cod physiology, spawning performances and developmental success
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.