I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique, working in the labs Centre d’Ecologie et des Sciences de la Conservation & Biologie des Organismes et Ecosystèmes Aquatiques, under the co-supervision of Sandrine Pavoine and Boris Leroy.
My research focuses on spatial patterns of biodiversity. I am particularly interested in investigating biodiversity patterns at different levels of organisation and through different facets to reveal the historical and contemporary processes (including anthropogenic pressures) that shape them and to guide conservation strategies. I’ve been addressing these issues on seaweeds of Brittany (France) at the beginning of my career and try since to embrace a wider range of taxa and spatial scales.
The aim of my current post-doctoral research (funded by the LabEx BCDiv) is to identify and study species of high conservation value based on their phylogenetic originality and their probabilities of extinction for mammals, birds and amphibians at global, continental and national scales.
In parallel, I have a strong interest in sharing scientific knowledge. I do so through my teaching and supervising activities and also through knowledge dissemination for the general public and institutional stakeholders.