Bees are very much in the news at the moment, with numbers declining due to factors such as climate change, pesticides and loss of habitat. However, it’s not… Read more »
Maéva has received her Ph.D. in Population Genetics and Ecology from the University of La Réunion. During her time in the UMR PVBMT lab, her research focused on the genetic diversity and structure of honeybee populations from several islands located in the South West Indian Ocean. She joined the Ecology and Evolution Lab from the Okinawa Institute of Sciences of Technology as a postdoctoral researcher in 2016.