Claire Papot, Ph. D. student (2013-2016). Claire is a geneticist who works on the gene evolution of antimicrobial peptides involved in the establishment of detoxifying symbiosis in extremophilic worms. Her Ph.D., which was co-financed by the University of Lille and the Région Hauts-de-France, was co-supervised by A. Tasiemski and D. Jollivet (Station Biologique de Roscoff, UMR CNRS 7144). Her work was part of the VERMER project.
Webpage at EEP: http://eep.univ-lille.fr/perso-Claire-Papot
Past technicians & engineers
Mathilde Peruzzi, technician (2017). Mathilde worked on the potential effects of environmental changes on bumblebee immunity along an urban gradient in Métropole Européenne de Lille (MEL). Her position was funded by the région Haut-de-France, the Ministère de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche and FEDER. She was supervised by Virginie Cuvillier (with participation of Y. Piquot, N. Hautekèete, F. Massol, C. Wichlacz and A. Fisogni). Her work was part of the CLIMIBIO project (WP3).