I was first interested in health ecology, and especially emerging zoonotic diseases (master and PhD theses and then post doc). I applied various tools like spatial and statistical analyses, population genetics, immunogenetics, modelling and controlled infections to multi-scale studies (parasite and host individuals, populations and communities) in transmission ecology. Since 2010, I developp research activities in marine ecology at Andromède océanologie. Since 2012, I share my work time between teaching (especially for the master “ecology and biodiversity” ), research within BioDIcée team and private research at Andromède Océanologie. I am interested in the impact of human activities (anthropogenic pressures) on coastal marine biodiversity through the richest habitats of Mediterranean sea: coralligenous reefs (reefs built by sciaphilic algae and fixed animals between -12 and -120) and Posidonia oceanica seagrass beds (marine meadows constituted by a protected marine plant, between 0 and -40 m). I am a professional diver (classe IIB).
Some of my results and data are vailable on the cartographic platform medtrix (www.medtrix.fr) especially in the projects « RECOR », « TEMPO », « IMPACT », « SURFSTAT », « MER-VEILLE » or on the OSU OREME website (https://oreme.org/services/observation/dynalit/coralligene) in the TO « coralligene »