Research

My research interests lie into understanding the relationship between the morphology, kinematics, ecology and evolutionary history of large aquatic vertebrates with an emphasis on cetaceans. I thrive at applying multidisciplinary approaches to solve exciting biological questions, relying on a variety of methods such as data collection on museum specimens, dissections, 3D imaging, video analysis, numerical modelling, and phylogenetic comparative methods.

Education
  • PhD in Sciences (Biology), 2020

    Liège University

  • MSc in Organismal Biology and Ecology, 2014

    Liège University

  • BSc in Biology, 2012

    Liège University

Latest news

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Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship

Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship

Global Fellowship for the Back2Sea project

14th Marine Mammal Necropsy Workshop

14th Marine Mammal Necropsy Workshop

Virtual workshop at the University of Liège

Interview for the Daily Science

Interview for the Daily Science

Press article about our Proceedings B paper on cetacean vertebral morphology

New paper on cetacean backbone ecomorphology and evolution

New paper on cetacean backbone ecomorphology and evolution

The first chapter of my PhD has been recently published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences!

We make the cover!

We make the cover!

The latest issue of Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences features my picture related to our upcoming publication!