Training

Training

Training

Undergraduate students

FERRERO Julien. 2022. Temporal variations of infections and coinfections in Apodemus sp rodents from French urban parks and forests. CBGP, Montpellier, France

VEITOVA Lucie. 2022. Wildlife Parasitology Techniques and Cell Culture. Munster Technological Institute, Ireland. 

FERRERO Julien. 2021. Variations of the microbiome of micromammals in two urban parks of Lyon : the influence of phylogeny and environment. CBGP, Montpellier, France

GREILICH Sofia, Helsinki, Finland

*McCARTHY Laura. 2021. Coronaviruses in irish bats and rodents. Munster Technological Institute, Ireland.

Master students (MSc thesis)

CANET Antoine. Contributions of epidemiological modeling to study rodent management strategies with reciprocal benefits for public health and biodiversity (in preparation), CBGP, Montpellier, France

ESCOBAR Mario. (in preparation), Potsdam, Germany

LEHTINEN Veronica. Detection and identification of viruses in small mammals in Ireland (in preparation), Helsinki, Finland

VALTA Akseli. Automated mini-IFA for Puumala hantavirus serology (in preparation), Helsinki, Finland

PASCALI Claudia. Helminth community of the pygmy shrew in Ireland (in preparation). Munster Technological Institute, Ireland.

DALE Charlie B. Age structure across invasion gradient of bank voles (in preparation). Munster Technological Institute, Ireland.

*SGARABOTTO Elena. 2022. Detection and characterization of alpha- and betacoronaviruses circulating in rodents and bats in France in spring 2021, Helsinki, Finland

HANNE Goris. 2021. The effects of biodiversity on leptospirosis in rodents in contrasting environments. Univ Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium

HUBERT Marine. 2021. How the transmission of rodent-borne viral diseases is affected by the biodiversity in Antwerp, Belgium. Univ Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium

* Students involved in research related to Covid19

Modification date : 18 July 2023 | Publication date : 09 March 2021 | Redactor : N Charbonnel