I am a CNRS Chargé de Recherche (no teaching duties) based in the laboratoire MIVEGEC in Montpellier.I am an evolutionary ecologist specialised in the modelling of infectious disease dynamics. My research focuses more on human parasites (HPV, HIV, HCV, malaria).
|since 2010||Chargé de Recherche at the CNRS in the Laboratoire MIVEGEC|
|2008-2009||ETH fellow with Sebastian Bonhoeffer at ETH Zürich (Switzerland)|
|2006-2008||Post-doctoral fellow with Troy Day and Peter Taylor at Queen's University (Canada)|
|2003-2006||PhD with Minus van Baalen at Université Paris 6 (France)|
|since 2010||teaching approximately 15h/year to MSc students in French universities.|
|2007-2008||teaching 72h/year (game theory and calculus for biologists) in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Queen's University.|
|2003-2006||teaching 64h/year in computer sciences for biologists, ecology and evolution at Université Paris 6.|