Research interests

Working on the SNF project "Evolutionary dynamics of drift load and its role in species distribution limits"
- Role of genetic load in plant distribution limits
- Role of selfing in distribution limits and speciation
- Adaptation strategies to extreme climate
- Ecological restauration
- Ecosystem services
- Invasive species

Professional experience

since 09/2016 PhD student - Universiy of Basel - Working on the SNF project "Evolutionary dynamics of drift load and its role in species distribution limits".

2016 (June-Sept) Technician - Laboratoire Image, Ville, Environnement (LIVE), UMR CNRS, University of Strasbourg - Work on "systematic and conservation of Dianthus superbus L." project.

2016 (March-June) Technician - Herbarium of the University of Strasbourg - Work on E-Recolnat project,

2015  (March-Sept) Voluntary internship - LIVE, University of Strasbourg - "Risk assessment of the invasive potential of exotic species as a system for intercepting mudslides",

2014 (March-Sept) Master internship - LIVE, University of Strasbourg - "Contribution to the evaluation of ecological restoration",

2012 (March-July) Bachelor internship - Laboratoire génétique moléculaire, génomique, microbiologie (GMGM), UMR CNRS, University of Strasbourg - "The dichloromethane catabolic composite transposon: role of the uncharacterized dcmBC genes".

Education

since 09/2016 Universiy of Basel, PhD student
2014 – 2015 Complementary qualification in environmental pollution and environmental legislation, University of Strasbourg
2012 – 2014 Master Biology and plant valorization, specialty plants and environment,  University of Strasbourg

2009 - 2012 Franco-German Bachelor of Science, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken - University of Strasbourg
2002 – 2009 Deutsch - Französisches Abitur, Deutsch-Französisches Gymnasium, Saarbrücken

Antoine Perrier

University of Basel
Department of Environmental Sciences
Plant Ecology and Evolution
Schönbeinstrasse 6
4056 Basel
Schweiz

Tel: +41 61 207 29 75
antoine.perrier@unibas.ch

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