My project consists of identifying the interaction network involved in the control of the dominant diatom blooms in the Western English Channel. We formulated the hypothesis that eukaryotic and viral parasites form a structured community that develops synchronously during diatom blooms and contributes significantly to their decline.
- 2015 (6 months): Master Thesis "Impact of the temperature on the interaction Micromonas-Prasinovirus". DIPO Team, Station Biologique de Roscoff
- 2014 (2 months): Internship "Monitoring Ostreopsis cf. ovata blooms in the Mediterranean Sea". Observatoire Océanologique de Villefranche sur Mer
- 2014 (2 months): Intership "Impact of environmental dynamics in the growth process of the shells from hydrothermal ecosystems : response of the Bathymodiolus thermophilus bivalves of the East-Pacific wrinkle." Laboratoire Arago (LECOB), Banyuls sur Mer
- 2012 (2 months) : Internship "Introduction to aquariology". Aquarium de Canet-en-Roussillon
2015 - Current: Ph.D. Student - Station biologique de Roscoff
2013 - 2015: Master's Degree: Oceanography and Marine Environments - UPMC
2010 - 2013: Bachelor's Degree: Biology of Organisms, Populations and Ecosystems - Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse