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Amira Azizan

PhD student
University of Montpellier

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I am a phd student working at the interface between macroevolution and conservation biology. My research project aims to understand anthropogenic impact on species adaptation and evolution, with a specific focus in the tropics. Using felids as a case study model within a comparative context, I investigate the pattern of genetic diversity and past demographic changes, from the local to the global scale. To answer these questions, I rely on molecular data collected from published studies and from the Montpellier Zoological Park.

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Felidae – Molecular data – Demographic history – Human-biodiversity interactions

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