19.01.2018

Bruneaux Matthieu, Postdoctoral Researcher

Biosciences
Room:
YAC 424.3

Teaching

  • Introduction to Open Science
  • Reproducible research with R

Research

  • Research interests: Molecular evolution, thermal adaptation in aquatic metazoans and in microbes, evosystem biology. Currently working in Andrés Lopez-Sepulcre group developing new statistical approaches to study nutrient cycling in ecosystems using stable isotope tracers. We use Trinidadian mountain streams as our model ecosystem.
  • Why and to whom my research is important
    • I study how environmental pathogens respond to fluctuating conditions such as temperature changes, using genome sequencing data to discover the molecular mechanisms involved. This is especially important in the context of climate change to better evaluate potential future risks from those pathogens.
  • More information: Research group website, personal website

Publications