M. Sc. Rey Mourot
Function and Responsibilities:
PhD student in section 3.5 Interface Geochemistry.
My research is centered around combining multi-omics and visual approaches to elucidate microbial interactions in extreme environments. I currently focus on the structures and dynamics of supraglacial microbial communities. I use electron microscopy techniques adapted to the specificities of field (Greenland) ice samples (cryo-SEM) and X-ray techniques (X-ray computed tomography) to visualize the 3D structure of microbial layers in the top-meter glacial ice.
PhD student, Sec. 3.5 Interface Geochemistry, GFZ Potsdam, Germany
Research visits abroad:
02.2020 - 04.2020
Visiting researcher, Faculty of Natural Resource Sciences, University of Akureyri, Iceland
2018 - 2020: MSc Ecology and Evolution at Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS Ulm), Paris, France
2015 - 2018: BSc Biology at Sorbonne Universities, Paris, France