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I am a biologist interested in blood-sucking insects' thermal biology, physiology and neuro-ethology.
After receiving my PhD from the University of Tours (France), I joined Jeff Riffell's lab to study the olfactory neurobiology and behavior of mosquitoes.
Vinauger C., Lahondère C., Anna Cohuet, C.R. Lazzari and Jeffrey A. Riffell (2016). Learning and memory in disease vector insects (In press in Trends in Parasitology).
Lahondère C. and C.R. Lazzari (2015). Thermal effect of blood feeding in the telmophagous fly Glossina morsitans morsitans, Journal of Thermal Biology, Volume 48:45-50.
Lahondère C. and C.R. Lazzari (2013). Thermal stress and thermoregulation in Anopheles mosquitoes - New insights into malaria vectors, editor Sylvie Manguin. ISBN 980-953-307-550-6 (book chapter).
Lahondère C. and C.R. Lazzari (2012). Mosquitoes cool down during blood feeding to avoid overheating, Current Biology, 22(1): 40-45, doi:10.1016/j.cub.2011.11.029.
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