Marie-Anne Auger-Rozenberg is Research Director in the unité de Zoologie Forestière of the INRA. Trained as a biologist, she turned to the genetics of seed and cone insects after her recruitment. She mainly develops research on the integrative taxonomy and genetics of invasive and expanding forest insect populations under the influence of anthropogenic changes. In this context, she is working on the study of genetic tracing of invasion pathways, taking into account the processes involved in the arrival and installation of invasives in relation to the topology of commercial networks.
Articles published on this website:
- Climate change and globalization, drivers of insect invasions, published in Life, Nature under tension - TheSaturday 17 November 2018