I am currently working hard on building a brand new research pole at the Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity (CRI) in Paris.
My background is in mathematics and biology, with a research focus on evolutionary biology, simulations and modeling. I've worked primarily on questions relating to evolution of sex, evolution of cooperation, robustness, evolvability, and genetic architecture.
I have a strong interest in education, have taught extensively at undergraduate, master and PhD level, and have worked as a Scientific Coordinator for an interdisciplinary undergraduate program Frontiers in Life Science in Paris.
You can reach me at:
Assistant Director for Research
Center for Research and Interdicisiplinarity
Tour Montparnasse, 20.19
33 Avenue du Maine, 75015 Paris, France
75015 Paris - France
e-mail: "dule at alife.org"
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