My primary interest lies in the field of evolutionary biology, with a particular focus on the evolution of reproductive systems. I have obtained a Master's degree in Modelling in Ecology and Evolution from the University of Rennes 1, along with a Bachelor's degree in Biology of Organisms from the same university. My academic background has provided me with various skills in population genetics, statistics, ecology, and modelling. I had the opportunity to work on two master's projects supervised by Sylvain Glémin, investigating the impact of reproductive systems on various aspects of population genetics. My early work and interests were more theoretical, but I'm now much more involved in empirical work, doing my PhD on the evolution of reproductive systems in plants.
PhD at the University of Lausanne, supervided by John R. Pannell
MSc in Evolutionary and Ecological Modelling, University of Rennes, France
BSc Degree (Bachelor of Science) in biology of organisms, ethology, ecology, evolution, University of Rennes, France
French CPGE (Classes préparatoires aux grandes écoles), Undergraduate courses to prepare nationwide exams in veterinary and agronomic sciences, Lycée Chateaubriand, France