I am a currently doing a PhD about Arctic seabird spatial ecotoxicology (CV). More precisely, we use Arctic seabirds as bioindicators of mercury (Hg) contamination in the environnement (see the project ARCTOX).
But before doing a PhD, I did quite a lot of other scientific (or not) staff.
After a Masters Degree in sales, I worked in a bank office, but after few yers, I realised I did not like my job. So I decided to do a professional retraining and I went back to university to become an ecologist. After seven years of studies (ask me for details), five internships, at least 10 different student jobs and one paper as co-author, I decided to do a PhD. But as things do not always happen as they are supposed to be, it took a little bit longer than expected.
So after my studies, I worked as a research assistant with Franck Courchamp in Paris for a little bit more than a year. Our main project was mainly focused on conservation biology but I was also part of some other projects, including pollutants or papers to read in ecology (see my publications and this page for an infography).
Through this blog, I will share my research and thoughts about science.