Assistant Professor (Maître de Conférences)
Ph.D., University of Paris XIII (France), 1993.
- Associate Dean for Educational affairs
- Coordinator Master Erasmus-Mundus “European Master in Applied Ecology”
Behavioral studies: do individuals infected by Wolbachia exhibit behavioral alterations? And to what extent do these modifications influence host mating strategies? Sexual behaviors, inter-individual recognition and activity indices are studied on the basis of behavioral ecology concepts.
Modelling/Simulations: a more theoretical approach using various (mathematically and/or computationally- oriented) modelling techniques is developed to predict the evolution of infected populations at different levels, e.g. about consequences on reproduction or at the level of genetic conflicts.
Keywords: Behavioral ecology, mating strategies, modelling.
1. Caubet Y. (1998) Individual life histories in terrestrial isopod populations: A simulation program. Israel J Zool. 44, 423-437.
2. Lefebvre F., Limousin M. & Caubet Y. (2000) Sexual dimorphism in the antennae of terrestrial isopods: a result of male contests or scramble competition? Can J Zool. 78, 1987-1993.
3. Caubet Y., Hatcher M.J., Mocquard J.-P. & Rigaud T. (2000) Genetic conflict and changes in heterogametic mechanisms of sex determination. J Evolution Biol. 13, 766-777.
4. Moreau J., Bertin A., Caubet Y. & Rigaud T. (2001) Sexual selection in an isopod with /Wolbachia/-induced sex reversal: males prefer real females. J Evolution Biol. 14, 388-394.
5. Moreau J., Seguin S., Caubet Y. & Rigaud T. (2002) Low re-mating and sperm competition patterns in a terrestrial crustacean. Anim Behav. 64, 569-577.
Tel : +33 (0)5 49 45 35 61
Fax : +33 (0)5 49 45 40 15
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org