IHPE – TOULZA Eve english

EveIHPE UMR 5244
University of Perpignan via Domitia
52 Avenue Paul Alduy
F-66860 Perpignan Cedex FRANCE
Tel +33(0)4-68-66-21-87
Fax +33(0)4-68-66-22-81
email: eve.toulza@univ-perp.fr
POSITION : Assistant Professor University of Perpignan Via Domitia-CNRS
TEAM : ECOEVI
RESPONSIBILITIES :
Co-Organizer of the transversal challenge « Dynamics of the Holobionte and fitness »
Co-Organizer of the NGS machines of the technical platform Bio-Environment
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RESEARCH – EXPERTISE AREA :
I would like to develop an integrative research project on the effect of the environment (biotic and abiotic) on the evolution of genomes and phenotypic plasticity. My approaches are at the interface between bioinformatics, ecology and evolution.
Since I joined the lab, my research has focused on different aspects of phenotypic plasticity. Regarding the host / parasite interactions, I use comparative population genomics (pool-sequencing) to better understand the origin of a new, unusual, nocturnal chronotype of Schistosoma mansoni, and the molecular basis of the behavioral change leading to a host switch in natural populations. I am also interested in phenotypic variation in hybrids and the underlying molecular mechanisms.
I am also involved in the study of the dynamics of coral holobiont (formed by the host cnidarian, symbiotic algae and microbiota) in response to thermal stress, as well as that of the oyster and its associated microbiota during pathogenesis. The response of these organisms is studied both at the transcriptome level in the host macroorganism, and the dynamics of associated microbial communities, and at different scales.
AWARD:
Chair of excellence from the CNRS 2012-2017
RESUME:
2012-now Assistant Professor (Chair University of  Perpignan via Domitia- CNRS)
2009-2012 Postoctoral Fellow CNRS (Océanological Lab of Banyuls sur Mer, France)
2008-2009 Postoctoral Fellow CNRS (University of Montpellier II, France)
2006-2008 Research and hospital assistant (Hospital of  Toulouse, France)
PUBLICATIONS in the lab with Impact Factor: link 
PUBLICATIONS out of the lab or without Impact Factor:
– Brener-Raffalli K., Vidal-Dupiol J., Adjeroud M., Rey O., Romans P., Bonhomme F., Pratlong M., Haguenauer A., Pillot R., Feuillassier L., Claereboudt M., Magalon H., Gélin P., Pontarotti P., Aurelle D., Mitta G. and Toulza E. (2018) Gene expression plasticity and frontloading promote thermotolerance in Pocilloporid corals. BioRxiv 398602 + soumis PCI in Ecology
– Clerissi C., de Lorgeril J., Petton B., Lucasson A., Escoubas J.M., Gueguen Y., Mitta G. and Toulza E. (2018) Diversity and stability of microbiota are key factors associated to healthy and diseased Crassostrea gigas oysters. BioRxiv
– 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
– Portet A., Toulza E., Lokmer A., Huot C., Duval D., Galinier R. and Gourbal B. (2018) Dysbiosis of the Biomphalaria glabrata vector snail microbiota following infection by Schistosoma parasites. BioRxiv
– Pratlong M., Haguenauer A., Brener K., Mitta G., Toulza E., Garrabou J., Bensoussan N., Pontarotti P. and Aurelle D. (2018) Separate the wheat from the chaff: genomic analysis of local adaptation in the red coral Corallium rubrum. bioRxiv: 306456. Recommanded by PCI Ecology
-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