At the heart of my interest is a better understanding of how ecological and evolutionary processes promoting reproductive barriers and population differentiation interplay in space and time. So far, my research experience has been focused on 1) inferring biogeographical scenarios to explain lineage diversification and the persistence of the diversity at regional scales and 2) investigating the relative contribution of major evolutionary forces in driving population divergence at local spatial scales. Teaching and popularization of science are also two important and self-enriching components of my activity as a scientist so I try to be as active as I can in sharing fundamental knowledge with students and general audience.

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How natural populations evolve in space and time… This figure shall be considered as the graphical abstract of a “draw my research”… Hum…