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Dr. Sandrine Pavoine holds a MS in Analysis and Modeling of Biological Systems (obtained in 2002) and a PhD in Statistical Ecology (obtained in 2005), both awarded by the University of Lyon in France. She became Assistant Lecturer, next Assistant Professor, and then obtained her current position of Associate Professor at the French National Museum of Natural History (MNHN) in Paris in 2007. She spent one year (2008) at the Department of Zoology of the University of Oxford as an Intra-European Marie Curie Fellow.
Her research interests are in Mathematical Ecology, Biodiversity, Community Ecology and Conservation Biology. She develops mathematical approaches that help to analyze biodiversity (species, functional and phylogenetic diversity) patterns in space and time and to reveal the underlying processes. She is also interested in human impacts on biodiversity from local to global scales.