Dr Vincent Doublet
Post-doctoral Research Fellow


I am an evolutionary biologist with special interest in arthropod ecology and evolution. I specialized my research in studying bee diseases, looking at different aspects of host-pathogens interactions (disease transmission, pathogen competition, host response). Currently, I am investigating with Dr. Lena Wilfert the impact of agri-environment schemes on disease transmission in pollinators.

Broad research specialisms:

I am interested in the eco-evolutionary aspects of host-parasite interactions, using primarily invertebrates as models. I am specialized in bee diseases dynamics, looking at diseases interactions, transmission patterns, molecular evolution of pathogens, and the ecological variables that may impact them. I am also interested in the molecular dialogue between hosts and pathogens, using transcriptomics.


Ph.D. in molecular evolution, (2010, University of Poitiers, France)
M.Sc. in evolutionary biology, (2006, University of Rennes 1, France)
B.Sc. in biological sciences, (2003, University of Le Havre, France)

Contact details

AddressDaphne du Maurier Building
University of Exeter
Penryn Campus
TR10 9FE

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