Fabrice Lalubin

Research interests | Curriculum vitae
 

Research interests

I'm interested in evolutionary processes shaping host-parasite interactions. My PhD project deals with avian malaria in the great tit Parus major and its natural mosquito vector, Culex pipiens. With Juan Van Rooyen, we share common interests in looking at different aspects of interactions between parasites and hosts and between parasites and vectors. I will mainly focus on this second part of our project and especially on the influence of the parasite on both life history traits and feeding behaviour (host selection) of its mosquito vector.

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Curriculum vitae

Born on May 5, 1983 in Nîmes, France (30).

2008
PhD supervised by Philippe Christe & Olivier Glaizot "The role of the vectors in the epidemiology of avian malaria".

2007-2008
Master's degree in Biodiversity, Microbial & Parasitic Interactions at the University of Montpellier II (UM2, France). "Feeding behaviour and nutrient selection in a beetle Tenebrio molitor, intermediary host of the parasite Hymenolepis diminuta" supervised by Fleur Ponton & Stephen Simpson, School of Biological Sciences (University of Sydney, Australia)

2006-2007
1st year of Master's degree in Biodiversity, Microbial & Parasitic Interactions at the University of Montpellier II (UM2, France). "Cophylogeny and historic biogeography of Amphibians parasites - Study of the Polystomatidae/Amphibians model » supervised by Olivier Verneau, CBETM (CNRS-UMR5244, France)

2005-2006
Licence in Biology (UM2, France).

2003-2005
Studies in Biology at University of Montpellier (UM2, France)

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