Having a Master’s degree in Functioning and Management of marine ecosystems from the Université du Littoral Côte d’Opale, I did a first internship in modeling at the Laboratoire d’Océanologie et de Géosciences de Wimereux under the direction of Pr. G. Beaugrand. I did my Master 2 internship in chemical ecology at the Oceanography laboratory of Villefranche under the direction of Pr. R Lemée and Pr. O. Thomas in order to study the competition relations between the toxic benthic dinoflagellate Ostreopsis cf. ovata and a competitive diatom Licmophora paradoxa by a metabolomic approach. I continued my studies with a thesis in marine chemical ecology financed by ED129, in the Laboratoire d’Océanographie de Villefranche under the direction of Pr. R. Lemée, during which I studied the relationships that this toxic dinoflagellate has with its environment. As a researcher in marine ecology, my research concerns the marine phytoplankton and the interactions with their environment. I am particularly interested in marine chemical ecology, using different approaches such as metabolomics.
Thanks to the SPF grant, I was able to participate in the Gordon Research Conference in Boston on the topic of phycotoxins, during which I presented a poster.
The use of Artemia fransciscana to assess the toxicity of benthic dinoflagellates genus Ostreopsis