After my Phd on the hazel dormouse (Uliege), I joined Robert Wayne's lab at UCLA from September 2015 to May 2019 to work on several genomics projects. I used gene expression (RNA-seq, RRBS) to investigate the effects of anticoagulant rodenticides in the bobcats in the Santa Monica Mountains (CA). I have been working on determining the contributions of gene expression in olfactory ability among different dog breeds. I had another position as a Collaboratory Fellow at the Institute of QC Biology where I was helping research groups on a regular basis and by teaching workshops (https://qcb.ucla.edu/collaboratory). I also recently widened my expertise in paleogenomics and and comparative genomics.
Currently I am a FNRS postdoc at the University of Liege. I work on mustelidae, dogs and gliridae. I am interested in conservation and evolutionary genomics.