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GOBET Angélique

  • MARBEC, IFREMER, Sète, France
  • Ecology of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Eukaryotic pathogens/symbionts, Genomics, functional genomics of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Molecular genetics of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Pathogenic/Symbiotic Bacteria, Pathogenic/Symbiotic Fungi, Phylogenetics of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Plant diseases, Taxonomy of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors
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I am a researcher in microbial ecology applied to sustainable aquaculture at the IFREMER institute and in the MARine Biodiversity, Exploitation and Conservation research (MARBEC) unit (UMR) in Sète and Palavas-les-flots, France. I am a microbial ecologist with a broad experience in microbial community ecology, genomics and bioinformatics. My research consists in understanding ecological patterns of microbial communities, free-living or associated with a host such as algae, by investigating their diversity and assembling processes, their interactions with the environment and their adaptation to specific ecological niches. More precisely, I focus on the interactions between micro- and macro-algae and their associated microbes.
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GOBET Angélique

  • MARBEC, IFREMER, Sète, France
  • Ecology of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Eukaryotic pathogens/symbionts, Genomics, functional genomics of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Molecular genetics of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Pathogenic/Symbiotic Bacteria, Pathogenic/Symbiotic Fungi, Phylogenetics of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors, Plant diseases, Taxonomy of hosts, infectious agents, or vectors
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I am a researcher in microbial ecology applied to sustainable aquaculture at the IFREMER institute and in the MARine Biodiversity, Exploitation and Conservation research (MARBEC) unit (UMR) in Sète and Palavas-les-flots, France. I am a microbial ecologist with a broad experience in microbial community ecology, genomics and bioinformatics. My research consists in understanding ecological patterns of microbial communities, free-living or associated with a host such as algae, by investigating their diversity and assembling processes, their interactions with the environment and their adaptation to specific ecological niches. More precisely, I focus on the interactions between micro- and macro-algae and their associated microbes.