The aim of my PhD is to improve our understanding of the impact of globalisation on the spatial and temporal dynamics of biological invasions. I am focusing on how socio-economic processes have influenced the spread of alien insects and plants over the past centuries, using data analysis and modelling approaches. I am currently investigating how colonial empires have shaped the spread of alien species. I am also interested in understanding how alien plant introduction can promote insect invasions.
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|2020 -Present||PhD in Cleo Bertelsmeier’s group, University of Lausanne|
|2018-2020||MSc in Bioinformatics, University of Lyon. |
|Combining population genetics and computer simulations to understand how humans spread invasive species at regional scale. Supervised by Bernard Kaufmann, Charles|
Rocabert, Jérôme Gippet and Serge Fenet, University of Lyon.
|Assessing the temporal and spatial dynamics of biological invasions in the era of globalization. Supervised by Cleo Bertelsmeier and Jérôme Gippet, University of|
|2015-2018||BSc in Biologie and Biochemistry, University of Lyon|