One of the oldest challenges in ecology is to understand the processes that underpin the composition of communities. Unravelling the complexities of the distribution, abundances and interactions between species requires novel approaches. Together with taxonomy, ecological experiments and observations, we develop mathematical and statistical approaches for integrating different facets (traits, phylogeny, systematics, dynamics) of species interactions and biodiversity.
Sandrine joined the Mathematical Ecology Research group when she held a One-Year Marie-Curie EIF Fellowship, 2008-2009. She is currenly based in Paris at the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle but holds research associate status with the Zoology Department and our group. She has held various research and teaching positions in France.