- UMR EcoSys, INRAE, Palaiseau, France
- Arachnids, Behavior, Biocontrol, Biology, Ecology, Evolution, Insecta, Pest management, Terrestrial, Theoretical biology, Toxicology
Areas of expertise
I am a broadly trained behavioral ecologist who uses a combination of empirical, theoretical and statistical approaches to understand how behavioral variation responds to environmental cues and under which conditions such variation impact higher order processes at the population and community levels. A primary interest of my research program is to use theoretical foundations in the field of animal personality to understand the processes by which individuals cope with the increasing pressures resulting from human activities. I am currently a researcher at INRAE within the EcoSys research unit where I focus on building eco-evolutionary models of the soil fauna under contaminantion stress.