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Metapopulations, Conservation and Coevolution – ISEM


Cécile Meunier

 

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    Cécile MEUNIER

    Professeur agrégée
    Institut des Sciences de l’Evolution
    Université Montpellier 2, CC65
    34095 Montpellier cedex 05
    cecile.meunier@univ-montp2.fr

    Téléphone : +33 (0)4 67 14 47 19

     

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Teaching

I am a full time teacher at the university of Montpellier. I am particularly interested in the education and training of future teachers, and I am in charge of the master ENSVT, preparing for the national competitive examination : CAPES and Agrégation in biology and Earth Sciences.

I teach many different subjects in biology, including biochemistry, developmental biology, physiology, and evolutionary biology.

I am not part of a research program for the moment, but I have defended a PhD in evolutionary biology, working in the field of population genetics, host-parasite interactions, and of evolution of life history traits.

 

Keywords : Population genetics, Host-parasite interactions, Mating systems, Evolution of dormancy

 

Publications

 

  1. Meunier C., Tirard C., Hurtrez-Boussès S., Durand P., Bargues M.D., Mas-Coma S., Pointier J-P., Jourdane J. & Renaud F. 2001. Lack of molluscan host diversity and the transmission of an emerging parasitic disease in Bolivia. Molecular Ecology, 10, 1333-1340.
  2. Meunier C., Hurtrez-Boussès S., Jabbour-Zahab R.,Durand P., Rondelaud D., Renaud F. 2004a. Field and experimental evidence of preferential selfing in Lymnaea truncatula (Gastropoda, Pulmonata). Heredity, 92, 316-322.
  3. Meunier C., Hurtrez-Boussès S., Durand P., Rondelaud D. & Renaud F. 2004b. Small effective population sizes in a widespread selfing species , Lymnaea truncatula (Gastropoda:Pulmonata). Mol. Ecol., 13, 2535-2543.
  4. Hurtrez-Boussès S. , Hurtrez J-E., Turpin H., Durand C., Durand P., De Meeûs T., Meunier C., Renaud F. 2010. Hydrographic network structure and population genetic differentiation in a vector of fasciolosis, Galba truncatula. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 10, 178-183. (la contribution des deux premiers auteurs est identique)