👋 My research interests concern vector-borne diseases. I aim to use sequencing methods and molecular strategies to develop cost-effective methods to detect arthropod-borne pathogens in a community, or to assess vector population composition, densities and dispersion. I am also studying dynamic traits related to mosquito vectors biology and interaction dynamics between mosquito-borne pathogens and their hosts and to elucidate if a trait related to vector-borne diseases has a genetic basis (and if it does, discover the genetic factors underlying it).

I am open to explore within and beyond these frontiers through collaborations 😃 🚀

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  • Vector-borne diseases
  • Mosquito-borne pathogens surveillance
  • Interaction dynamics between mosquito-borne pathogens and their hosts
  • Quantitative genetics applied to mosquito-viruses interactions
  • Data visualisation
  • PhD (Hons) in Infectious diseases, 2010

    Aix-Marseille II University (Marseille, France)

  • MSc in Human Pathology Infectious diseases, 2006

    Aix-Marseille II University (Marseille, France)

  • BSc (Hons) in biological sciences, 2005

    Salford University Greater Manchester, UK