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Serena Dool

Serena DOOL
serena.dool(at)gmail.com
Postdoc, INRAE
La métagénomique des guano de chiroptères comme outil de surveillance de la santé des écosystèmes et des processus écologiques associés
1er juin 2020 – 31 mai 2022
Axe thématique : 3. Écologie et évolution des zoonoses
Responsables CBGP : N. Charbonnel & M. Galan

Julien Kincaid-Smith

Julien KINCAID-SMITH
julien.kincaid-smith(at)ird.fr
Postdoc, IRD
Transmission multi-hôtes et hybridation des agents responsables de schistosomiases au Sénégal
15 décembre 2020 – 14 décembre 2021
Axe thématique : 3. Écologie et évolution des zoonoses
Responsables CBGP : C. Brouat & L. Granjon

Maxime Lambert

Maxime LAMBERT
lambert.maxime(at)gmail.com
CDD AI, Montpellier SupAgro
Renforcement du collectif Xyllela
15 octobre 2020 – 30 septembre 2021
Axe thématique : 1. Caractérisation et évolution de la biodiversité
Responsables CBGP : A. Cruaud & J.Y. Rasplus

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Ivson Roberto LOPES
ivsonlopes(at)yahoo.fr
CDD TR, Montpellier SupAgro
Informatisation de la base de données « collection Phytoseiidae » et collecte et la préparation des acariens Phytoseidae dans le cadre de le projet ACAROSOL
1er juin 2019 – 31 mai 2021
Axe thématique : 1. Caractérisation et évolution de la biodiversité
Responsable CBGP : M.S. Tixier

Lucile Marescot

Lucile MARESCOT
lucile.marescot(at)cirad.fr
Postdoc, Cirad
Modélisation de la dynamique des populations d’Oedaleus senegalensis
1er février 2021 – 31 janvier 2022
Axe thématique : 2. Écologie et génétique évolutive des populations
Responsable CBGP : C. Piou

Renaud Marti

Renaud MARTI
renaud.marti(at)ird.fr
Postdoc, IRD
Revue systématique de la littérature sur les liens entre santé et environnement dans les villes d’Afrique subsaharienne (initiative du collectif SEVAO, IRD)
17 décembre 2020 – 16 décembre 2021
Axe thématique : 3. Écologie et évolution des zoonoses
Responsable CBGP : G. Dobigny

Xavier Mesmin

Xavier MESMIN
xavier.mesmin(at)inrae.fr
Postdoc, INRAE
Participation au projet Xylella et ses vecteurs en Nouvelle Aquitaine et PACA
16 juin 2020 – 16 décembre 2021
Axe thématique : 1. Caractérisation et évolution de la biodiversité
Responsables CBGP : A. Cruaud & J.P. Rossi