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Caroline Betto-Colliard

I am generally interested in various aspects of evolutionary biology, especially in phylogenetics and population genetics approaches. In particular, I'm fond of speciation processes, phylogeography and mechanisms of evolution and amphibian biology.

The general idea of my PhD is to study the evolution of non-recombining chromosomes focusing on two model organims : the European tree frog (Hyla arborea) and the green toad (Bufo viridis subgroup).
Born on November 12th 1982 in Vevey, Switzerland

2008-
PhD under the supervision of Prof. Nicolas Perrin, University of Lausanne

2006-2008
Master of Science in Biology, Evolution and Conservation, University of Lausanne. Master thesis on « Analyses of a hybrid zone of two deeply diverged green toad taxa (Bufo viridis subgroup) in Sicily » under the supervision of Dr Matthias Stöck and Prof. Nicolas Perrin

2002-2006
Bachelor of Science in Biology, University of Lausanne

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