My second internship at the University of Lausanne (Switzerland)Please note this page is under construction and will be finished soon. Thank you very much for your comprehension.
After successful completion of the 1st internship in Rennes (France), I joined the Bize research group (now at Aberdeen University in Scotland) in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at the University of Lausanne (Switzerland) as a trainee to work on:
Telomeres length, individual quality and fitness
- Developmental plasticity
- Aging plasticity
Aging, Telomeres, Ficedula albicolis, Life History Traits, Phenotypic Plasticity
- Pierre Bize
- Charlotte Récapet
The aim...... You can watch here the graphical abstract
- Lindström, J. (1999). Early development and fitness in birds and mammals. Trends Ecol. Evol., 14, 343–348
- Aubert, G. & Lansdorp, P.M. (2008). Telomeres and Aging. Physiol. Rev., 88, 557–579
- Blasco, M.A. (2007). Telomere length, stem cells and aging. Nat. Chem. Biol., 3, 640–649
- Horn, T., Robertson, B.C. & Gemmell, N.J. (2010). The use of telomere length in ecology and evolutionary biology. Heredity (Edinb)., 105, 497–506
- Monaghan, P. (2010). Telomeres and life histories: The long and the short of it. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci., 1206, 130–142
A reference letter was written by my advisor Pierre Bize (in french).