I am an behavioral ecologist and evolutionary biologist who combine theoretical models and empirical data to understand and predict how biotic and abiotic stresses affect individual phenotype, species interactions and evolution. I am particularly interested in the impacts of global changes (e.g. temperature, enrichment) on individual life history traits, transgenerational epigenetic inheritance, species interactions, and adaptation. I currently hold a postdoctoral position at the University of Toulouse III (France) as a TULIP Fellow, a PRESTIGE Fellow and a Marie Curie Fellow.
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