Assistant professor in evolutionary demography at EPHE/PSL University
I work at the Center for Functional and Evolutionary Ecology in Montpellier, in the Dynamics and Conservation of Biodiversity department. Since 2019, I am a happy member of the Human Animal InteRactions ‘HAIR’ team.
I study the eco-evolutionary dynamics of social species (humans, wolves, horses and spotted hyenas), endangered species living in extreme environments (Svalbard polar bears), and species interactions in changing environments (host-parasite and predator-prey systems). My research also involves the use and development of forecasting models.
In parallel, I am teaching population dynamics, life history evolution, wildlife management and statistics to master students at EPHE and University of Montpellier.