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Curriculum vitae

2018-…        Directeur de Recherches 1ère classe INRA, UMR Agroécologie.
2016-…        Directeur d’unité adjoint UMR Agroécologie chargé du partenariat; Chef du Pôle BIOmE.
2007-2018  Directeur de Recherches 2ème classe INRA, UMR Agroécologie.
2007-2014  Directeur scientifique de Welience Agro-Environnement (Ub-Filiale puis SATT Grand Est).
2004-2007  Chargé de Recherches 1ère classe INRA, UMR Microbiologie du Sol et de l’Environnement.
2001-2004  Chargé de Recherches 2ème classe INRA, UMR  Microbiologie et Géochimie des Sols.
1999-2001  Chargé de Recherche stagiaire INRA, UMR Microbiologie et Géochimie des Sols.
1998-1999  Post-doctorat européen au CNRS, Institut des Sciences Végétales, Gif-sur-Yvette.
1998            Thèse de doctorat, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon


activités de Recherche

Etude de l’impact des intrants agrochimiques (pesticides, antibiotiques vétérinaires et azote) sur les microorganismes du sol et sur les fonctions microbiennes soutenant les services écosystémiques des sols. Etude des processus microbiens impliqués dans l’adaptation à la biodégradation accélérée des intrants agrochimiques. Etude de l’impact écotoxicologique des intrants chimiques sur l’abondance, la composition, la diversité et l’activité des microorganismes du sol. Expert scientifique pour l’AFNOR (T95E, Ecotoxicologie Terrestre), l’ISO (TC190/SC4/WG4, Biological methods), l’ANSES (GT Antibiorésistance et Environnement) et l’EFSA (Expert scientifique pour le PPR Panel). Co-animateur du réseau Ecotox (, co-créateur et co-animateur du réseau EcotoxicoMic (


Activités d'enseignement

Enseignement en microbiologie de l’environnement, écologie et écotoxicologie microbienne dans différents masters de l’Université de Bourgogne et à AgroSup Dijon. Formation par la recherche (directeur de thèse et formation post-doctorale).


Mots clés

Microbial ecotoxicology, biodegradation, pesticides, antibiotics, soil




Principaux contrats


LowImpact ‘ChiNor solutions for Low Impact climate smart vegetable production with reduced pesticide resi-dues in food, soil and water resources’. Norwegian-Chinese bilateral collaboration program. Participant, Member of Scientific Advisory Board.


DECISIVE ‘Tracking degradation of soil pollutants with multi-elemental compound-specific isotope analysis’. ANR, AP Générique 2018, CE04, PRC. Participant, Responsible of WP5 ‘Biotic degradation of soil persistent pollutants by ME-CSIA.’

2018-2022 ANTIBIOTOX ‘Fate of antibiotics and associated resistance genes in agroecosystems: ecotoxicological risk for functional microbial communities of receiving river systems’. ANR, AP Générique 2017, CE34, PRCE. Coordonnateur du projet.

2018-2021 ANTIBIOTOOL ‘Des outils pour caractériser et suivre les antibiotiques et antibiorésistances dans les écosystèmes aquatiques’. PNREST, ANSES. Participant. 

2017-2020 AWARE ‘Assessing the fate of pesticides and wastewater-borne contaminats in agricultural crops, and their environmental risks’.

ERA-NET COFUND WATERWORKS 2015, FP7, EU. Participant, Responsible of WP4 ‘Ecotoxicological effects of pharmaceutical and pesticide residues on non-target soil organisms’.


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