Rolland Douzet is Associate Professor (PRAG) at the UGA since 1998 on a specific profile : (1) Teacher at the UFR of Chimie-Biologie - (2) Botanical manager and deputy director of the Station Alpine Joseph Fourier (SAJF), Unité Mixte de Services (UMS) UGA/CNRS. He teaches botany and plant biology and supervises the CU of botany and plant ecology in Briançon. Within the SAJF, it sets up and manages a seed bank of more than 2,000 species (seed exchanges with more than 300 gardens around the world and with researchers). He has already carried out numerous missions for seed collection, plant collection and image bank building in many parts of the southern hemisphere: Patagonia, Chile, New Zealand, Australia. He is solicited for expert roles in research programs conducted at SAJF (plant determination, seed or sample collection, etc.) He is also involved in the writing of various books such as the Lautaret notebook: "Découverte botanique de la région du Lautaret et du Briançonnais" published in 2010.
Articles published on this website:
- Inheritance or convergence? The winding paths of species evolution, published in Life, Biodiversity, adaptation and evolution - TheThursday 13 October 2016
- Reproductive strategies of alpine plants, published in Life, Biodiversity, adaptation and evolution - TheTuesday 05 July 2016