Now a professor at the Museum of Plant Ecology, Nathalie Machon did her thesis on the genetic diversity of forest trees at the Laboratoire ESE of the Université Paris-Sud Orsay between 1992 and 1995. After a postdoctoral fellowship in the same institution on the effect of the increase in atmospheric CO2 on Arabidopsis thaliana populations, she joined the Conservatoire Botanique National du Bassin Parisien in 1996 as a lecturer. She joined CESCO when it was created in 2002 and is a member of the Biodiversité urbaine Team (URBA). She is interested in the dynamics and genetics of small populations and is conducting two complementary research projects: one on populations of rare and endangered plant species and the other on urban plant populations. Since 2017, she has been the director of the École Doctorale Sciences de la Nature et de l’Homme MNHN –Sorbonne Université.
Articles published on this website:
- What biodiversity in the city ?, published in Life, Biodiversity, adaptation and evolution - The Friday 15 February 2019