Conferences

ecology of enteric viruses in wild animals

Research plasmodium vivax and plasmodium simium origin in americas

Virginie ROUGERON

I am happy to participate to conferences and workshops to present and share our research.

evolution of p vivax and p vivax like dbps
characterization of a genogroup sapovirus isolated from chimpanzees republic congo virginie rougeron

“How population genetic and genomic highlighted the evolutionary history of a pathogen: the case of the human malaria agent Plasmodium vivax”. Rougeron V.: invited speaker.

Plasmodium vivax population genomics shed news insight into its evolutionary history”. Rougeron V.: invited as keynote speaker.

https://www.embl.de/training/events/2020/BMP20-01/Programme/index.html

Plasmodium vivax population genomics shed news insight into its biology and evolution”. Rougeron V.: invited as keynote speaker.

http://www.ioc.fiocruz.br/laverandeane/past-seminars/2019/

Plasmodium vivax-like red blood stages evolution”. Rougeron V.: invited speaker.

http://www.vivax2019.conferences-pasteur.org/programme

Plasmodium vivax-like genome sequences shed new insights into Plasmodium vivax biology and evolution.’ Rougeron V et al.: oral presentation.

https://gamtostyrimai.lt/en/news/3rd-international-congress-on-parasites-of-wildlife-kruger-south-africa

Plasmodium vivax-like genome sequences shed new insights into Plasmodium vivax biology and evolution’ Rougeron V et al.: poster presentation.

Epistatic Interactions Between Apolipoprotein E and Hemoglobin S genes in Regulation of Malaria Parasitemia. Rougeron V et al.: poster presentation.

Var genes evolution. Rougeron V et al.: poster presentation.

‘Levels of inbreeding in protozoan parasites of the Leishmania Viannia subgenus.  Rougeron V et al.: poster presentation.

Mode of reproduction of Leishmania parasites. Rougeron V et al.: oral presentation.

 ‘Levels of inbreeding in protozoan parasites of the Leishmania Viannia subgenus.  Rougeron V et al.: oral presentation.

Extreme inbreeding in Leishmania braziliensis. Rougeron V et al.: oral presentation (Invited).