Romain Garnier

Romain is an evolutionary ecologist and veterinarian who is interested above all in how natural selection shapes the strength and duration of immune defenses, especially maternally derived immunity. He has worked a lot on wild birds but now works on mammals, too, and charming ones at that: the Soay sheep of St. Kilda, Scotland (while he was a postdoc at Princeton, 2012-2015), and Ghanaian bats. Romain is also on a quest for perfect cheese.

Personal Website

Education

2008-2011
Ph.D. with highest honors in Evolutionary Ecology
University of Montpellier 2, Montpellier, France

2002-2008
Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.)
Nantes National Veterinary School (ONIRIS), Nantes, France

2007-2008
M.S. with honors in Biodiversity, Ecology & Evolution
University of Montpellier 2, Montpellier, France

Scientific Posts

Please see Romain's website (linked above).


Additional Publications

Please see Romain's website (linked above).