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PhD student life

ISEM doctoral students are involved in the life of the Institute far beyond their thesis work! Here you will find all the news concerning them, the events they organize and a media corner where they discuss their research.

Seminars and conferences

27/09/2021 at 11:30 am

Monday Webinar

A seminar by Jeanne Tonnabel |Evolution and demography team | Change department
The scope for post-mating sexual selection in plants

An article by Nicolas Leurs | Macroevolution and Development team |Genφ department
Evolution of Matrix Gla and Bone Gla Protein Genes in Jawed Vertebrates (doi)

Diploma defences

30/09/2021 at 2 pm

PhD thesis defence

Manon Hullot
Dental microwear texture analyses and enamel hypoplasias in extant and fossil Rhinocerotidae (Mammalia, Perissodactyla): palebiologic and paleoecologic inferences

Diploma defences

07/07/2021 at 14:30 pm

PhD thesis defence

Marine Durocher
Biological and cultural histories of two emblematic rodents of the Lesser Antilles: bioarchaeological approaches

Diploma defences

30/06/2021 at 2 pm

PhD thesis defence

Cécile Triay
Genetic basis of sex determination In wild populations of Nile tilapia

09/06/2021 at 2 pm

PhD thesis defence

Dorian Gaboriau
Holocene, contemporary and future fire regimes in the Northwest Territories (Canada)

Events

31/05-04/06/2021 each day from 1 to 2:45 pm

Doctoral Students Week 2021

Each day from 1 to 2:45 pm and in each session, find presentations of current research and 2 or 3 presentations of researchers trained in our walls.
Thanks to a virtual round table proposed on Friday (“Being a PhD student at ISEM: and then?” || 2:45-4:30 pm)

Articles

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an article by Felix Moerman (EEC)
Gene swamping alters evolution during range expansions in the protist Tetrahymena thermophila
Biology Letters, June 2020

Seminars and conferences

17/05/2021 at 11h30 am

Monday Webinar

A seminar by Amira Azizan |Macroevolution and Development team |Genφ department
Les déterminants de la diversité génétique chez les félins

An article by Felix Moerman |Experimental Evolution of Communities team |Change department
Gene swamping alters evolution during range expansions in the protist Tetrahymena thermophila (doi)
Seminar time is 1 h

Articles

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an article by Claire Godineau (EvoDemo)
Assortative mating can help adaptation of flowering time to a changing climate

Seminars and conferences

10/05/2021 at 11h30 am

Monday Webinar

A seminar by Jérome Ros |Dynamics of biodiversity, anthropoecology team |Past department
Un demi-millénaire d’agriculture au pied du Haut-Atlas (Maroc) : approche archéobotanique et isotopique

An article by Claire Godineau | Evolution and demography team |Change department
Assortative mating can help adaptation of flowering time to a changing climate (doi)
Seminar time is 1 h

Diploma defences

29/04/2021 at 4 pm

PhD thesis defence

Quentin Martinez
Olfactory and thermoregulatory capacities in small terrestrial mammals: a turbinal bone approach

Articles

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an article by Nicola Fischer (PEM)
Population genetics as a tool to elucidate pathogen reservoirs: Lessons from Pseudogymnoascus destructans, the causative agent of white-nose disease in bats

Seminars and conferences

12/04/2021 at 11h30 am

Monday Webinar

A seminar by Emira Chérif | Fish Diversity and Aquaculture team |BioSS department
A tale of an invader: Reconstructing the genomic history of invasive topmouth gudgeon (Pseudorasbora parva) populations

An article by Nicola Fischer | Phylogeny and molecular evolution team |Genφ department
Population genetics as a tool to elucidate pathogen reservoirs: Lessons from Pseudogymnoascus destructans, the causative agent of white-nose disease in bats (doi)
Seminar time is 1 h

 

Diploma defences

07/04/2021 at 2 pm

PhD thesis defence

Fidji Berio
Multiscale variation of 3D tooth forms in selachians and developmental and evolutionary inferences: Odyssey of a scyliorhinid tooth

Diploma defences

05/03/2021 at 2 pm

PhD thesis defence

Jules Dezeure
The evolution of reproductive seasonality in large tropical terrestrial monkeys

Seminars and conferences

08/03/2021 at 11 am

Monday Webinar

A seminar by Pierre Barry |Marine Biodiversity and Evolution team |Genφ Department
Spéciation et traits d’histoire de vie : approche comparative chez les poissons marins

An article by Pierrick Labbe |Evolution, vectors, adaptations, symbiosis team |BioSS Department
What is(are) the most effective method(s) to control the tiger mosquito? Comparing sterile male releases and other methods in temperate and tropical climates, Harambourre et al. (doi)
Seminar time is 1 h

Diploma defences

11/02/2021 at 1 pm

PhD thesis defence

Rémi Allio
Phylogenomics and comparative genomics in myrmecophagous mammals

Articles

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an article by Camille Saade (BioDicée)
Trade-off between virulence and dispersal drives parasite evolution at experimental invasion fronts
bioRxiv, 2020

Seminars and conferences

08/02/2021 at 11.30 am

Monday Webinar

A seminar by Jules Dezeure  | Anthropologie évolutive team |BioSS Department
The evolution of reproductive seasonality in large tropical terrestrial African monkeys

An article by Camille Saade | BioDicée team |Past Department
Trade-off between virulence and dispersal drives parasite evolution at experimental invasion fronts (doi)

Seminar time is 1 h

Diploma defences

14/01/2021 at 3 pm

PhD thesis defence

Felix Moerman
Understanding Invasions – From the Genetic Basis to the Ecological Dynamics of Spreading Populations

Diploma defences

16/12/2020 at 1.30 pm

PhD thesis defence

Marion Harambourre
Modeling the natural populations dynamic of Aedes albopictus and response to vector control

Diploma defences

14/12/2020 at 2 pm

PhD thesis defence

Arni Sholihah
Diversification of Sundaland aquatic biotas: build-up of freshwater fishes’ diversity and distribution in a biodiversity hotspot

Diploma defences

10/12/2020 at 9.30 am

PhD thesis defence

Charles Rodde
Individual feed efficiency in fishes: direct measurement methods and indirect predictors to develop selective breeding programs in two major aquaculture species: European sea bass Dicentrarchus labrax and Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus

Diploma defences

04/12/2020 at 2 pm

PhD thesis defence

Maxime Courcelle
Orthologous and paralogous gene viewpoints on rodent genomics: phylogenomics and evolution of olfactory receptors

Diploma defences

24/11/2020 at 11 am

PhD thesis defence

Fabrice Houngnandan
Role of Anthropic Pressures and the Environment in the state of Posidonia Herbaria in the French Mediterranean

Events

From 21/09/20 to 25/09/20

ISEM PhD students week

The traditional “PhD students day” has evolved in 2020 into the “PhD students week” via the ISEM YouTube channel.
Watch and listen to all presentations in the “Media Resources” tab.

The Institute of Evolutionary Science of Montpellier (ISEM – University of Montpellier, CNRS, IRD, EPHE, CIRAD, INRAP) has been focusing research on biodiversity origins and dynamics and the associated evolutionary mechanisms.