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GARNIER-GÉRÉ Pauline

  • BIOGECO, INRAE, F-33610, Cestas, France
  • Conservation and restoration, Forest ecosystem services and forest conservation, Population dynamics and genetics of forest trees
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PhD thesis from “Institut National Agronomique Paris-Grignon” (1989-1992) « Habilitation à diriger des recherches”, professional thesis from Bordeaux University (2012) Researcher in quantitative and population genetics at INRAE since 2003 Research interests: Adaptation and Speciation in Pinus and Quercus tree species – Analyses of phenotypic variability in adaptive traits using mixed models and Bayesian methods - Inferences of past demographic and selective events in tree species populations - Modelling phenotypic and molecular evolution, testing departures from neutral models of evolution – Multilocus genetics and linkage disequilibrium structure in natural populations - Association studies between polymorphisms at functional candidate genes and adaptive traits. Expertise: Population genetics / genomics, evolutionary quantitative genetics, statistical genetics, R advanced programming, bioinformatics
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GARNIER-GÉRÉ Pauline

  • BIOGECO, INRAE, F-33610, Cestas, France
  • Conservation and restoration, Forest ecosystem services and forest conservation, Population dynamics and genetics of forest trees
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Educational and work
PhD thesis from “Institut National Agronomique Paris-Grignon” (1989-1992) « Habilitation à diriger des recherches”, professional thesis from Bordeaux University (2012) Researcher in quantitative and population genetics at INRAE since 2003 Research interests: Adaptation and Speciation in Pinus and Quercus tree species – Analyses of phenotypic variability in adaptive traits using mixed models and Bayesian methods - Inferences of past demographic and selective events in tree species populations - Modelling phenotypic and molecular evolution, testing departures from neutral models of evolution – Multilocus genetics and linkage disequilibrium structure in natural populations - Association studies between polymorphisms at functional candidate genes and adaptive traits. Expertise: Population genetics / genomics, evolutionary quantitative genetics, statistical genetics, R advanced programming, bioinformatics