Since my youngest age, my fascination with reptiles has only been growing and this passion has led me to study evolutionary biology/ecology and its underlying mechanisms using reptiles as model organisms. After a Ph.D. done at the Lizard Lab (Sydney), I obtain a Marie S. Curie fellowship (postdoc) to improve our understanding of the mechanisms underlying the evolution of ultraviolet signals using lizards as models at the iEES Paris (Sorbonne Université).
I am interested in the following questions in relation to the evolution of colour signals. What forces contribute to shape colour signals? How do colour signals respond to selection on strategic and tactical signal components? How colour signals become evolutionarily stable? What mechanisms maintain signal honesty and reliability in the face of deception?
- 2018-2020 – Marie S. Curie fellowship at iEES-Paris, Sorbonne University (France)
- 2014-2017 – PhD, Macquarie University, Sydney (Australia)
- 2013 – MSc, Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris (France)
- 2011 – BSc, University of Bordeaux (France).