Ants, Bees, Genomes & Evolution

@ Queen Mary University London

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Émeline A. Favreau PhD student

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Research interests

    • Bioinformatics, genomics
    • Evolutionary biology
    • Entomology, taxonomy, systematics and phylogeny


  1. Genes and genomic processes underpinning the social lives of ants (2018) E Favreau, C Martínez-Ruiz, LR Santiago, RL Hammond and Y Wurm. Current Opinion in Insect Science, doi:10.1016/j.cois.2017.12.001.
  2. The rectal valve in Curculionoidea (Insecta: Coleoptera) (2015) C Lyal and EA Favreau. Zootaxa, doi:10.11646/zootaxa.3926.4.1.


  • Sept 2018: invited talk for Ramírez’s group, UC Davis, California (USA)
  • Sept 2018: invited talk at Social Insect Research Group, Arizona State University, Arizona (USA)
  • Sept 2018: talk at NERC DTP conference A Changing Planet, in London
  • Aug 2018: poster at joint ESEB and Evolution conference, in Montpellier (France)
  • Aug 2018: talk at IUSSI Brazil, in Guaruja (Brazil)
  • Mar 2018: invited talk for the UCL GEE Seminar, in London
  • Aug 2017: poster at ESEB congress, in Groningen (Netherlands)
  • June 2017: talk at Evolution conference, in Portland, Oregon (USA)
  • Feb 2017: poster at QMUL SBCS Postgraduate Symposium, in London
  • Jan 2017: talk at PopGroup, in Cambridge
  • Dec 2016: talk at North-West section of IUSSI Winter Meeting, in London
  • Sept 2016: poster at NERC DTP conference Perspectives on Environmental Change, in London