Dr. Margot Paris

Postdoctoral researcher

e-mail: margot.paris[@]unifr.ch
phone: +41(0)26 300 8813 (office)
+41(0)26 300 8895 (lab)

address: University of Fribourg
Department of Biology
Unit of Ecology & Evolution
Chemin du Musée 10
CH-1700 Fribourg
Switzerland

Research Interests

I am an evolutionary biologist interested in different aspects of adaptation and speciation: pesticide resistance evolution, genomics of local adaptation, genomics of speciation, reproductive isolation, and genome evolution. I am currently working on the drivers of radiation on neotropical plants.

Short CV

2014 - present Post doc. Université de Fribourg/University of Vienna, Switzerland/Austria

2010 - 2013 Post doc. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zürich, Switzerland

2010 Post Doc. French National Centre for Scientific Research, Grenoble, France

2005 - 2010 PhD student. University Joseph Fourier  - Grenoble, Laboratoire d’Ecology Alpine, France

2004 – 2005 M.sc. traineeship. National Institute of Agronomic Research (INRA), Dijon, France.

 

Publications:

Publications in peer reviewed journals

Florez-Rueda, Paris, Schmidt, Widmer, Grossniklaus, Städler (2016). Genomic Imprinting in the Endosperm Is Systematically Perturbed in Abortive Hybrid Tomato Seeds. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 33(11):2935-2946.

Christe, Stölting, Paris, Fraisse, Bierne, Lexer (2016). Adaptive evolution and segregating load contribute to the genomic landscape of divergence in two tree species connected by episodic gene flow. Molecular Ecology (online DOI: 10.1111/mec.13765).

Lexer, Marthaler, Humbert, Barbará, de la Harpe, Bossolini, Paris, Martinelli, Versieux (2016). Gene flow and diversification in a species complex of Alcantarea inselberg bromeliads. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 181: 505-520.

Stölting, Paris, Meier, Heinze, Castiglione, Bartha, Lexer (2015). Genome-wide patterns of differentiation and spatially varying selection between postglacial recolonization lineages of Populus alba (Salicaceae), a widespread forest tree. New Phytologist, 207:723-734.

Bonin, Paris, Frerot, Bianco, Tetreau, Despres (2015). The genetic architecture of a complex trait: Resistance to multiple toxins produced by Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis In the dengue and yellow fever vector, the mosquito Aedes aegypti. Infection genetics and Evolution, 35:204-213.

Després, Stalinski, Faucon, Navratil, Viari, Paris, Tetreau, Poupardin, Riaz, Bonin, Reynaud, David (2014). Chemical and biological insecticides select distinct gene expression patterns in Aedes aegypti mosquito. Biology Letters, 10:20140716.

Després, Stalinski, Tetreau, Paris, Bonin, Navratil, Reynaud, David (2014). Gene expression patterns and sequence polymorphisms associated with mosquito resistance to Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis toxins. BMC Genomics, 15:926.

Duchet, Tetreau, Albane, Rey, Besnard, Perrin, Paris, David, Lagneau, Després (2014). Persistence and recycling of bioinsecticidal Bti spores in contrasted environments: evidence from laboratory and field trials. Microbial Ecology, 67:57-586.

Marcombe, Paris*, Paupy, Bringuier, Yebakima, Chamdre, David, Corbel, Després (2013). Insecticide-driven patterns of genetic variation in the dengue vector Aedes aegypti in Martinique Island. PLoS ONE, 8:e77857. (*M Paris is co-first author).

Paris, Marcombe, Coissac, Corbel, David, Després (2013). Investigating the genetics of Bti resistance using mRNA tag sequencing: application on laboratory strains and natural populations of the dengue vector Aedes aegypti. Evolutionary Applications, eva.12082.

Stadler, Florez-Rueda, Paris (2012). Testing for “Snowballing” Hybrid Incompatibilities in Solanum: Impact of Ancestral Polymorphism and Divergence Estimates. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 29:31-4.

Paris, Després (2012). Identifying insecticide resistance genes in mosquito by combining AFLP genome scans and 454 pyrosequencing. Molecular Ecology, 21:1672-86.

Tetreau, Bayyareddy, Jones, Stalinski, Riaz, Paris, David, Adang, Després (2012). Larval midgut modifications associated with Bti resistance in the yellow fever mosquito using proteomic and transcriptomic approaches. BMC Genomics, 13:248.

Boyer, Paris*, Jego, Lemperière, Ravanel (2012). Influence of insecticide Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis treatments on resistance and enzyme activities in Aedes rusticus larvae (Diptera: Culicidae). Biological Control, 62:75-81. (*M Paris is co-first author).

Paris, Melodelima, Coissac, Tetreau, Reynaud, David, Després (2012). Transcription profiling of resistance to Bti toxins in the mosquito Aedes aegypti using next-generation sequencing. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 109,201-208. 

Paris, David, Després (2011). Fitness costs of resistance to Bti toxins in the dengue vector Aedes aegypti. Ecotoxicology, 20:1184-1194.

Paris, Tetreau, Laurent, Lelu, Després, David (2011). Bti persistence in environment induces resistance to multiple Bti toxins. Pest Management Science, 67:122-128.

Paris, Bonnes, Ficetola, Poncet, Després (2010). Amplified fragment length homoplasy: in silico analysis for model and non-model species. BMC Genomics, 11:287.

Paris, Boyer, Bonin, Collado, David, Després (2010). Genome scan in the mosquito Aedes rusticus: population structure and detection of positive selection after insecticide treatment. Molecular Ecology, 19:325-337.

Bonin, Paris*, Tetreau, David, Després (2009). Candidate genes revealed by a genome scan for mosquito resistance to a bacterial insecticide: sequence and gene expression variation. BMC Genomics, 10:551. (*M Paris is co-first author).

Tilquin, Paris, Reynaud, Després, Ravanel, Geremia, Gury (2008). Long-lasting persistence of Bacillus thuringiensis sp. israelensis (Bti) in mosquito natural habitats. PLoS ONE, 3(10): e3432.

Bonin, Paris, Tetreau, Després, David, Kilian (2008). A MITE-based genotyping method to reveal hundreds of DNA polymorphisms in an animal organism after a few generations of artificial selection. BMC Genomics, 9:459.

Paris, Roux, Berard, Reboud (2008). The effect of genetic background on herbicide resistance fitness cost and its associated dominance in Arabidopsis thaliana. Heredity, 101:499-506.

Roux, Paris, Reboud (2008). Delaying weed adaptation to herbicide by environmental heterogeneity: a simulation approach. Pest Management science, 64:16-29.

Book chapters

Paris, Després (2012). ISIF (In SIlico Fingerprinting): a user-friendly in silico AFLP program. In "Data Production and Analysis in Population Genomics" (Bonin A, Pompanon F eds). Methods in Molecular Biology Series, Humana Press, 888:55-64.

Paris, Meyer, Blassiau, Coissac, Taberlet, Després (2012). Two methods to easily obtain nucleotide sequences from AFLP loci of interest. In "Data Production and Analysis in Population Genomics" (Bonin A, Pompanon F eds). Methods in Molecular Biology Series, Humana Press, 888:91-108.