IHPE – BOISSIER Jerome english

jeromeIHPE UMR 5244
University of Perpignan via Domitia
52 Avenue Paul Alduy
F-66860 Perpignan Cedex FRANCE
Tel +33(0)4-30.19.23.12
Fax +33(0)4-68-66-22-81
email: boissier@univ-perp.fr
POSITION : Professor, University of Perpignan Via Domitia
TEAM : ECOEVI
RESPONSABILITIES: Scientific expertise for the society PARADEV
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RESEARCH-EXPERTISE AREA :
My principal research interest is sexual biology of schistosomes. I focus my research on male-biased sex-ratio, mating systems (monogamy vs polygamy) and sexual determinism. I also contribute to a better knowledge of parasite transmission in the field (host vectors, reservoir hosts, hybrid potentiality…). Finally, a more applied aspect of my research is done in collaboration with chemists on the development of new anti-schistosomal drugs.
AWARDS :
– Researcher of the Future for the Languedoc Roussillon Region in 2012
RESUME :
Until 2002 – Assistant Professor, University of Perpignan via Domitia
2001 – Postdoctoral fellow : Tropical Medicine Laboratory. Central University of Venezuela, Caracas
1998/2001 – PhD, University of Perpignan via Domitia
TEACHING 
Biostatistics (Licence and Master Levels)
PUBLICATIONS in the lab with Impact Factor: link 
PUBLICATIONS out of the lab or without impact factor:
– Kincaid-Smith J., Tracey A., Augusto R., Bulla I., Holroyd N., Rognon A., Rey O., Chaparro C., Oleaga A., Mas Coma S., Allienne J.F., Grunau C., Berriman M., Boissier J. and Toulza E. (2018) Whole genome sequencing and morphological analysis of the human-infecting schistosome emerging in Europe reveals a complex admixture between Schistosoma haematobium and Schistosoma bovis parasites. BioRxiv + The Lancet Infectious Disease
– Destoumieux-Garzón D., Mavingui P., Boetsch G., Boissier J., Darriet F., Duboz P., Fritsch C., Giraudoux P., Le Roux F., Morand S., Paillard C., Pontier D., Sueur C. and Voituron Y. (2018) The One Health concept: 10 years old and a long road ahead Frontiers in Veterinary Science 5: 14
– Bech N., Boissier J., Allienne J.-F., Novoa C. and Bro E. (2017) Existe-t-il une différence génétique entre les perdrix grises d’élevages et les perdrix sauvages des plaines de grande culture ? Faune Sauvage, 317: 97-101
– Kincaid-Smith, J., Toulza, E., Boissier, J. (2016) La bilharziose en Corse : de la génétique parasitaire aux aspects environnementaux. Bulletin de Veille Sanitaire, 20: 4-5
– Berry, A., Iriart, X., Boissier, J., Fillaux, J. ( 2015) La bilharziose : une parasitose plus uniquement tropicale. Feuillets de Biologie, 327: 1-10
Boissier, J. (2015) (Ré)émergence de la schistosomose dans un contexte de changements sociaux. Les dossiers d’Agropolis International, 20 (Changement climatique : impacts et adaptations): 63
Boissier, J., Kincaid-Smith, J., Berry, A., Allienne, J.F., Fillaux, J., Toulza, E. (2015) Changements globaux et infections parasitaires a mollusques vecteurs – Un schistosome hybride atteint l’Europe. Médecine/Sciences, 31: 962-964