Paméla Lagrange – PhD (2011-2015) Drivers of survival and dispersal in Tree Swallows using capture-recapture data (joint work with Marc Bélisle at Sherbrooke). Pam is having some vacation while exploring post-doc opportunities in parallel.
Julien Papaïx – Post-doc (2014) – Impact of global change on the population dynamics of Atlantic salmons (joint work with Etienne Prévost). Now a permanent researcher at INRA.
Fitsum Abadi – Post-doc (2012) – Integrated population modelling. Post-doc in NZ, now lecturer in NZ.
Guillaume Péron – Post-doc (2010) – Spatial heterogeneity in Eurasian woodcock survival. Post-doc in the US, contractual researcher with ONCFS and French National Parks, now post-doc in the US.
Sabrina Servanty – Post-doc (2008-2009) – Dynamic of exploited populations with wild boar as a case study. Post-doc in the US, now in St-Pée/Nivelle on the Côte Basque.
Elena Papadatou – Post-doc (2009) – Environmental variation and population dynamics of bats. Environmental expert in Greece.
Marlène Gamelon – PhD (2011-2013) – Environmental variation and reproduction tactics (joint work with Jean-Michel Gaillard and Eric Baubet). Post-doc in Norway.
Lucile Marescot – PhD (2010-2012) – Modelling the recolonization of wolves in France (joint work with Eric Marboutin and Guillaume Chapron). Post-doc in NZ and the US, now in Germany.
Sarah Cubaynes – PhD (2009-2011) – Capture-recapture mixed models (joint work with Christian Lavergne). Post-doc in Oxford, now post-doc with us.
Mathieu Buoro – PhD (2010-2012) – Evolutionary ecology in the wild using mark-recapture data in Atlantic salmons (joint work with Etienne Prévost). Post-doc at Berkeley, then in Toulouse. Now a permanent researcher at INRA.
François Guilhaumon – PhD (2008-2010) – Analysis of biodiversity patterns at large scale and conservation biogeography (joint work with David Mouillot). Now a permanent researcher at IRD.
Master students are here.