I am a lecturer for École Pratique des Hautes Études, member of the Institute for Systematics, Evolution and Biodiversity, located within the National Museum of Natural History in Paris (France). I am doing research on genetics of adaptation, mixing evolution, genetics and statistics.
- Field work: under new management!
- There is more evolution than we previously thought in wild populations
- Detecting adaptation in very structured populations: how hard can it be?
- New version of the tutorial on heritability and MCMCglmm
- Fieldwork this year was cold… and delayed!
- Fluctuating selection study in PNAS!
General research interests
My research interests lie in the study of adaptive phenomenons on a micro-evolutive scale in wild populations. To do so, I combine approaches from evolutionary ecology, quantitative genetics and population genomics. This require the development of new methodological frameworks and statistical tools, for which I mainly rely on Bayesian statistics.
Major disciplinary themes
- Evolutionary Ecology
- Quantitative and population genetics
- Bayesian statistics
You will find my current and past research projects in the corresponding pages.