2010: 2-year special Undergraduate studies program preparing top 20% of Baccalaureate graduates for entrance examinations to French National “Grandes Ecoles”, France
2013: Engineering degree (Agriculture, Agronomy, Environment), France
2016: PhD (Marine Biology), Ifremer/University of Brest, France
2013-2017: French Marine Institute for the Exploitation of Sea (Ifremer), France
2018- Current: University of Sydney, Australia
Marine holds a PhD in marine biology from the University of Brest in France where she worked at the French Marine Institute for the Exploitation of Sea (Ifremer). During her PhD she visited the Aquatic Animal Health Group in the Faculty of Veterinary Science for two months and she is now back in Australia to work in our team as a Research Associate. Marine’s research focuses on the effect of environment on mollusc health and disease expression. The work she is doing at the University is in continuity with her previous research that dealt with the effect of environment on the interaction between the Pacific oyster and Ostreid Herpesvirus 1. She remains interested in the physiological and metabolic responses of oysters and disease expression.