My research is at the intersection of statistics and evolution. I am interested in changes in biodiversity from an evo-devo and conservation point of view. Long term and short term evolution of South-east Asian wildlife motivates a large part of my research. I am developing free solutions for documenting and studying phenotypic variation and changes using morphometrics (especially in R). I am also a taxonomist expert for rodents and reptiles.
– Associate editor of Palaeovertebrata
– Member of IRN PaleobiodivASE, member of the board of the doctoral school Gaia (representative of the EERGP sector)
– Responsible for teaching courses (Biostatistics, phylogeny, etc.)