Within the Molecular Biodiversity technical facility that I coordinate in collaboration with other colleagues, I bring my expertise in molecular biology to team projects by developing consulting activities, technology watch and development, training of students and staff, supervision and experimentation. This platform supports ISEM research teams in the development of projects involving experimentation in molecular biology. I offer my skills to adapt and apply techniques allowing the development and fine-tuning of genetic tools, non-invasive genetic analysis, DNA libraries preparation for high-throughput NGS sequencing, Nanopore long-fragment sequencing, molecular barcoding and metabarcoding. The coordination of the activity of one of the three laboratories of the Molecular Biodiversity facility also involves the reception and distribution of requests for collaboration from research teams, the management of planning and priorities, dialogue with project leaders and the management of associated technical rooms.
I am also the technical manager of the “Degraded DNA” facility. This platform offers a workspace and equipment dedicated to the study of environmental DNA or samples from museum and herbarium collections. My role is to train and advise applicants on the DNA extraction technique, the use of rooms and pre-PCR equipment.
I am a prevention (health and safety) assistant for my research unit and co-manager for the “Stores” facility in charge of purchasing and stocking laboratory consumables for the entire research unit.
– Technical manager of the “Degraded DNA” facility at ISEM
– Co-manager of the “Stores” facility at ISEM
– Prevention (health and safety) assistant at ISEM