IRD Montpellier, France
Subject: Gilles has be recruited on the RAINBIO project (FRB). He will undertake species distribution analyses of hundreds of central African taxa based on a large collection of numerous herbaria databases. These will be done in the past, present and past and provided important insights into rain forest dynamics over time.
- Suzanne Mogue (with Prof. B. Sonké, Ecole Noramle Supérieure, Université de Yaoundé 1): 2015-2017
RAPHIA project: socio economic importance and taxonomic revision of Raphia in Africa.
Laetitia Carive (with Dr. Hervé Sauquet, Université de Paris-Sud) 2014-2017
French government grant
Diversification and floral evolution in Annonaceae (Magnoliidae)
- Marie Claire Vernaso (with Dr. Kadereit Gudrun, University of Mainz, Germany) 2014-2017
University of Buea, Cameroon
Evolution, biogeography and morphometrics of the genus Dysotis (Melastomataceae) in Central Africa.
- Brandet Junior Lissambou (AUF Grant, co directed with Olivier Hardy (ULB) and Bonaventure Sonké (ENS).
- Carine Mampouya (with Prof. Moutsamboté, Université de Marien Ngouabi, Brazzzaville) 2014-2017
Université de Marian Ngouabi, Brazzaville, Republic of Congo.
Phytogeography of Annonaceae in the Republic of Congo and evolutionary history of Uvariopsis.
Jean-Paul Ghogue (with Prof. Bonaventure Sonké):
Ecole Normale Supérieure, Université de Yaoundé I & Herbier National du Gabon, IRAD
Subject: Phytogéography of Annonaceae in Cameroon and Central Africa
Adama Faye (January 2013, with Prof. Bonaventure Sonké)
IRD and Ecole Normale Supérieure, Université de Yaoundé I
Subject: Phylogeography of the palm genus Podococcus in Central Africa: impact of climate change on rain forest diversity
Dr. Vincent Deblauwe (March 2013 - Feburary 2015), post doc
Marleen Botermans (Master 2): 2005-2006: Revision of the African genus Hexalobus
Youssoufa M. Mbele (Master 2): 2006-2007: Revison and molecular phylogeny of Anonidium.
Gregory Stull: 2010 (Master 2): Training in molecular biology. A phylogeny of the pantropical genus Xylopia.