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Current PhD students

Arnal

Pierre ARNAL
pierre.arnal(at)inra.fr
Phylogenomic approach of spatial and temporal insect diversification dynamics: analysing global patterns of diversity in Saturniidae and Sphingidae Lepidoptera
CBGP supervisors: A. Cruaud & J.Y. Rasplus
January 1st, 2017 –

GUILHOT_profil

Robin GUILHOT
robin.guilhot(at)inra.fr
Symbiosis between Drosophila and microbes, from evolutionary constraint to pest management
CBGP supervisors: F. Vanlerberghe & S. Fellous
March 1st, 2017 – February 28th, 2020

Hivert

Valentin HIVERT
valentin.hivert(at)inra.fr
Analysis of genetic differenciation for detection of selection signature in genomes
CBGP supervisor: R. Vitalis
October 1st, 2015 – Septembre 30th, 2018

Kayalto

Mathias KAYALTO
Describing the main biotopes in the Desert locust's outbreak areas (Schistocerca gregaria, Forskål 1775)
CBGP supervisor: C. Piou
June 2017 –

Madrieres

Sarah MADRIÈRES
sarah.madrieres(at)inra.fr
Comparison of intra-host dynamics and evolution of Puumala virus in epidemiologically contrasted geographical areas: consequences on the excretion of the virus in the environment and on the risk of extension of nephropathia epidemica in France
CBGP supervisors: N. Charbonnel & G. Castel
October 1st, 2017 – October 1st, 2020

Olazcuaga

Laure OLAZCUAGA
Capacity of adaptation and food preference in a major agro-economic invasive insect, Drosophila suzukii
CBGP supervisors: A. Estoup & M. Gautier
September 1st, 2016 –

Mélodie Ollivier

Mélodie OLLIVIER
melodie.ollivier(at)supagro.fr
Trophic interactions and implication for the biological control of invasive weeds in Australia
CBGP supervisors: M.S. Tixier & J.F. Martin
April 3rd, 2017 –

Antoine Rombaut

Antoine ROMBAUT
antoine.rombaut(at)inra.fr
Understanding and fighting Drosophila suzukii on the vineyard agrosystem to prevent damages
CBGP supervisors: S. Fellous & F. Vanlerberghe
October 1st, 2015 – September 30th, 2018

Moussa Sall - Photo

Moussa SALL
Modelling the conditions of distribution/transmission of zoonoses led by recently invasive rodents in rural areas of Northern Senegal
CBGP supervisor: J. Le Fur
March 30th, 2018 – January 31st, 2021

photo Tournayre

Orianne TOURNAYRE
Structure and functioning of colonies of Rhinolophus ferrumequinum (the greater horseshoe bat) in Nouvelle Aquitaine region
CBGP supervisor: N. Charbonnel
December 1st, 2016 – September 30th, 2019