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I obtain a Masters in Neurosciences in 2006 from the University of Pierre and Marie Curie in Paris. In 2007 I worked with European and Asian honeybees in Australia and Thailand for 6 months. In 2008, I worked in neurodevelopemental biology with Xenopes at the university of Rennes. I finally started my PhD in 2010 at Macquarie University in Sydney which was focusing on behavioural and physiological stress responses of the honeybee.