Black-winged stilt (Himantopus himantopus), Etang du Verdier, Camargue.


Associate professor in Zoology and Evolutionary Biology

I am an evolutionary biologist passionated by history and diversity of life.

I did my PhD in Montpellier 2 University, France, where i have studied the diversification of Primates and Rodents under the supervision of Emmanuel Douzery (PHYLMOL team). I did a postdoc in Copenhagen at CMEC, on the island diversification and biogeography of the core Corvoid passerine birds with Knud Jønsson and Jon Fjeldså.

I have done a second postdoc at the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology (Losos lab) where I studied the island diversification and biogeography of the Indo-Pacific rodents with Jonathan Losos.
This research projects was funded by a Marie-Curie fellowship (PIOF-GA-2012-330582-CANARIP-RAT).

As an enthusiastic naturalist, I am passionated by field mammalogy, odonatology, ornithology and vertebrate paleontology.


PhD in Evolutionary Biology
Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology
26 Oxford St.
Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
Tel. = 01 617 3848437
Email: phfmourade [at] gmail [.] com

Google Scholar: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=yEOG9boAAAAJ&hl=en

Marie-Curie fellowship (PIOF-GA-2012-330582-CANARIP-RAT)

Project Title: Contrasting adaptive and non-adaptive radiations in Indo-Pacific "rats": testing alternative evolutionary models for a hyperdiverse region