After a MSc in evolution and biometry at the Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 in 2010, I did a PhD in evolution and behavioural ecology at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie – Paris 6, and then a post-doctoral fellow at the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle CNRS 7179. My research aims to understand the role of UV light in the evolution of visual communication systems and behavior in vertebrates. The scope of my research spans behavioral ecology, evolutionary biology, sensory ecology, eco-physiology and vision physiology.
Currently, I am a research and teaching assistant at the University of Angers where I teach animal and plant biology, ethology, and behavioural ecology to undergraduate students. To broaden my research themes, I study ecological responses of impalas to landscape heterogeneity (predation risk and food availability) at the Laboratoire Littoral – Environnement – Télédétection – Géomatique CNRS 6554.