After a doctorate in biological oceanology from the Université de Bretagne Occidentale (UBO) on the development of the germ line and the control of reproduction in oysters, Caroline Fabioux carried out a post-doctorate between Ifremer of Brest and the Université de Caen on the RNA interference technique. Recruited in 2007 as a lecturer at UBO, she teaches genomics, physiology and developmental biology at bachelor's and master's levels and she conducts research on the impact of toxic microalgae on shellfish of commercial interest. through molecular physiology approaches. Since 2017, she has been co-head of the "Integrative physiology and adaptation of marine organisms: from gene to population" research team (60 people) at the LEMAR laboratory.
Articles published on this website:
- The oyster, the sentinel of a coastline to be preserved, published in Life, Nature under tension - The Thursday 09 September 2021