Coline C. Jaworski, PhD

PhD in Evolutionary Ecology

Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge

Downing St, CB2 3EJ Cambridge, U.K.

Email: jaworskicoline at yahoo.fr


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My research

I am an evolutionary ecologist studying plant-insect interactions including pollination, herbivory and predation interactions applied to biological pest control. I use a variety of approaches including field observations, experimentation and modeling, touching disciplines as varied as community dynamics, chemical ecology, behavioral ecology and genomics.

I am starting a new project in agroecology part of the UKRI-funded H3 project: "Healthy Soil, Healthy Food, Healthy People", I will work on regenerative agriculture.

Latest news

September 2022

This is my last month in Cambridge. I'm sadly leaving the H3 research programme and our landscape-scale experiment led by Dr Lynn Dicks. The family is moving back to France. I am starting a new job as a Research Associate in December at INRAE Sophia-Antipolis. on the European grant ADOPT-IPM with Dr Nicolas Desneux.

August 2022

NEW PAPER PUBLISHED! Effects of drought on floral scent, plant-pollinator interactions and plant reproduction, published in Journal of Ecology. I'm very proud of this massive study.

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Current position

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge, U.K. with Dr Lynn Dicks and Dr. Anna Krzywoszynska

Previous positions