October 2020-Present : PhD “Response of Arctic benthic communities to warming, acidification, and ice loss (H2020 Project FACE-IT)”
July-September 2020 : Engineer, monitoring of Ostreopsis’ proliferation along our coast (LOV)
January-June 2020 : Master thesis “the use of eDNA to census the benthic biodiversity” (LOV)
Having grown up near the Mediterranean Sea, the marine realm has always fascinated me. That is probably why the study of the impacts of global change on marine ecosystems is particularly dear to my heart. My passion for marine biology and my interest for research have guided me towards a deep desire to complete a doctoral thesis. After my master’s degree at Sorbonne University and several internships on species and ecosystems monitoring, I started a Ph.D. at the LOV on the response of Arctic benthic communities to warming, acidification, and ice loss. The idea is to identify and assess physiological and ecological responses at the species and the community level through in situ and ex situ approaches.