Ingénieur de Recherche
École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE)
CRIOBE - Perpignan
USR3278 CRIOBE EPHE-CNRS-UPVD
58 Avenue Paul Alduy
66860 Perpignan CEDEX
Domaines de Recherche:
- Histoire Evolutive
- Génétique des Populations
Sélection de Publications
- Boissin E, Zhou Y, Clua E, Thorrold S, Planes S (2019) Contrasting global, regional and local patterns of genetic structures of gray reef shark populations from the Indo-Pacific. Scientific Reports 9: e15816
- Planes S, Allemand D, Agostini S, Banaigs B, Boissin E, Boss E et al. (2019) The TARA Pacific expedition: A pan-ecosystemic approach of the “-omics” complexity of coral reef holobionts across the Pacific Ocean. Plos Biology 17(9): e3000483.
- Boissin E, Hoareau TB, Postaire B, Bourmaud CAF, Gravier-Bonnet N (2018) Comparative phylogeography of 17 hydroid species in the western Indian Ocean reveals cryptic diversity, low levels of connectivity and human-mediated dispersal. Journal of Biogeography 45, 2104-2117.
- Boissin E, Hoareau TB, Bruggemann JH, Paulay G (2017) DNA barcoding of reef brittle-stars from the South western Indian Ocean evolutionary hotspot. Ecology & Evolution 7, 11197-11203.
- Boissin E et al. (2016) Contemporaneous genetic structure and post-glacial demographic history of the black scorpionfish, Scorpaena porcus, in the Mediterranean and the Black Seas. Molecular Ecology 25, 2195-2209.
- Boissin E et al. (2012) Retracing the routes of introduction of invasive species: the case of the Sirex noctilio woodwasp. Molecular Ecology 21, 5728-5744.
EN/ I am interested in the mechanisms underlying the repartition of biodiversity in a conservation context, and in particular in the role of evolutionary history in the contemporaneous patterns. I have been focusing on the effects of life history traits (reproduction types and types of larvae) and paleoclimates (past sea-level changes) on diversification patterns and population genetic structures. I have moved from single species studies to multispecies studies in a comparative framework (comparative phylogeography). I have studied both natural biodiversity patterns and anthropogenic ones (invasive species), of marine invertebrates (echinoderms, cnidarians, mollusks) and vertebrates (fish, sharks, sea turtles) as well as fungi and wasps. With the advent of genomics, I moved towards the study of the coral holobiont, with metabarcoding of its symbiotic partners (bacterial and Symbiodiniaceae communities) and population genomics of the host, to better apprehend the holobiont adaptive capacities and the resilience of reef ecosystems.