Ecophysiology and metabolism of marine fishes

Research officer

The ecosystem response to global change is directly dependent on the response of the population and therefore on the response of the organisms that constitute them. In this context, I use a multi-scale approach connecting different levels of biological integration to understand the response of highly productive coastal ecosystems to global change. I focus on the response of the valuable fish compartment to two factors varying with global change: the reduced availability of essential fatty acids (HUFA n-3 or omega 3) in the food web, combined with the temperature rise.
My research activities aim to:

  • Study the individual fish responses to the variability of these factors, at different levels of integration (molecular, cellular, tissular and whole individual response);
  • Using collaborations, assess the impacts of these physiological responses on the population maintenance and ecosystem functioning.

PhD students:


Involvement in LEMAR:

  • Nominated member of the scientific council
  • Elected member of the laboratory council
  • Co-moderator of the transversal axis COUPLAGE
  • Co-moderator of the Communication and Mediation Working Group



Participation in research projects