I’m a Post-Doc interested in biogeography, macro-ecology and conservation. My research focuses on phylogenetic and functional diversity patterns – of mammals at global scale but also on mammalian gut microbiota at a micro scale.
Since September 2016, I'm a Post-doc at Simon Fraser University (SFU, Vancouver, Canada) in the team of Arne Mooers, focusing on linking phylogenetic and functional diversity to conservation.
I did my PhD at the 'Laboratoire d'écologie alpine' (LECA) in Grenoble (France) in the team EMABIO under the supervision of Wilfried Thuiller and Sebastien Lavergne. e-mail: flo.mazel 'at' gmail.com