team

Post-doc

Quentin Mégret, a socio-anthropologist working on the project “Insects as feed in West Africa” in Burkina Faso, Benin and Ghana.

 

Phd students

Julie Hernandez, a biologist working on the project Agriculture et pollinisateurs in Vaud and Jura, Switzerland

Pierre Caballé, a socio-anthropologist working on the project Agriculture et pollinisateurs in Vaud and Jura, Switzerland

Eric Ghering (at WSL), a biologist working on the impact of the chestnut gall wasp in Ticino, Switzerland.

 

Msc students

Zeno Boila, a socio-anthropologist working on honeybee with the Centre Ecologique Albert Schweitzer in Burkina Faso.

Robert Mikaloweski, a socio-anthropologist working on the project “Insects as feed in West Africa” in Benin.

Jonathan Wüthrich, a socio-anthropologist working on the project “Insects as feed in West Africa” in Ghana.

Jean-Marie Oppliger, a socio-anthropologist working on the project “Insects as feed in West Africa” in Burkina Faso.

 

 

 

Former group members

PhD students

Steven Bacon, a biologist who worked on invasion pathways in Europe, at Agroscope.

Renate Zindel, a biologist who worked on mites and their endosymbionts, at Agroscope.

Pierre Girod, a biologist who worked on the invasive Drosophila suzuki, at CABI

 

Msc students

Julie Zaugg, a biologist who worked on the invasive box tree moth.

Arnaud Aebi, a biologist and anthropologist who worked on honeybee with the Centre Ecologique Albert Schweitzer in Burkina Faso.

 

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