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Appels à projets annuels CEBA

Le Labex CEBA ouvre chaque année un appel à propositions concurrentiel afin d’encourager la recherche innovatrice sur la biodiversité en Guyane française. Les projets sont évalués par le Conseil scientifique et par des examinateurs externes.

L’appel à projets 2018 est terminé (fichier instructions et formulaire).

Projets financés en 2017 (consulter les résumés)

      • Secretomes and microbiomes of caecilian skin – CAECILISKIN. PI: Mark WILKINSON (The Natural History Museum, UK)
      • Estimating the effects of climate changes on calling behaviour of tropical amphibians – CALL. PIs: Elodie COURTOIS & Diego LLUISA (University of Antwerp & LEEISA, Cayenne & MNHN, Paris)
      • Dysbiosis Induction in Aedes aegypti to reduce Virus Transmission Efficacy: from natural microbiome diversity to lab experiments – DYSINVITE. PI: Isabelle DUSFOUR (IPG Guyane)
      • The influence of fungal networks on interactions among adult trees and seedlings – FUNNET. PI: Irene RAMIREZ ROJAS (University of Antwerp, Belgium)
      • Infectious disease and individual contributions to connecting ecological networks – ID-LINK. PIs: Christophe THEBAUD & Javier PEREZ TRIS (UMR EDB Toulouse & Complutense University of Madrid, Spain)
      • Microbiome dynamics od Drosophila in teh amazon and their changes upon lab selection – MYCRODIN. PI: Wolfgang J. MILLER (Medical University of Vienna, Austria)
      • Variation in the diversity of parasite community between tropical and temperate bird species, and its relationship to host life history and ecology – PARASITROP. PI: Jérôme MOREAU (University of Burgundi, Dijon)
      • Is the bony‐tongue fish Arapaima (Teleostei, Osteoglossiformes) really a monotypic genus? – PIRACUCU. PI: Christelle TOUGARD (ISEM Montpellier)
      • Post-disturbance resilience of food webs and ecosystem multifunctionality along a gradient of simulated drought- POSTWEBS. PIs: Céline LEROY & Régis CEREGHINO (AMAP, Kourou & ECOLAB, Toulouse)
      • Systematics and biogeography of the Slender-legged tree frog (Osteocephalus taurinus) species complex in Amazonia – SBOTA. PIs: Antoine FOUQUET & Diego ORTIZ (LEISSA, Cayenne & College of Engineering, Australia)
      • The sense of directions: sensory ecology and navigation in the rainforest – SENSODIR. PIs: Andrius PASUKONIS & Max RINGLER &  Maxime GARCIA (Harvard University, USA, University of California, USA & ENES, Lyon)
      • Seasonal variations in diterpenoid composition of Sandwithia guyanensis Lanj. And Sagotia racemosa Baill – SEVADICOSASA. PI: Marc LITAUDON (ICSN, Paris)
      • Vertical stratification and functioning of the fungal and bacterial microbial communities in the canopy of atropical rainforest – VERTIGE. PI: Heidy SCHIMANN (EcoFoG, Kourou)

Projets financés en 2016 (consulter les résumés)

      • DNA from air for biodiversity surveys – airDNA. PI: Pierre TABERLET (LECA Grenoble)
      • Testing collective evolution in Neotropical trees – COLLEVOL. PI: Myriam HEUERTZ (BIOGECO, Cestas)
      • The Role of colouration in structuring dragonfly communities – DRAGON. PI: Julien RENOULT (UMR ACTE, Paris)
      • Evolutionary venomics of ants – EVA. PI: Niklas Tysklind (UMR EcoFoG Kourou)
      • Disentangling the factors shaping gut microbiota diversity across arthropod predators – GUMDROP. PI: David DUNEAU & Lucie ZINGER (UMR EDB Toulouse)
      • Cascading effects of hummingbird malaria across multilayer ecological networks – HUMMAL. PI:Christophe THEBAUD & Javier PEREZ-TRIS (UMR EDB Toulouse & University of Madrid)
      • Microbial community structures in French Guiana ticks: a multi-level study of their origin, diversity and drivers – MiTick. PI: Olivier DURON (UMR MIVEGEC, Montpellier)
      • Soil responses to drought and nutrients – SOIL. PI: Clement STAHL & Elodie COURTOIS (UMR EcoFoG Kourou & LEEISA Cayenne)
      • Seeking the sources of terrestrial biodiversity in French Guiana by enhancing the fossil record – SOURCE. PI: Pierre-Olivier ANTOINE (ISEM, Montpellier)
      • Mechanisms underlying the evolution of an exaggerated sex-specific trait – SVELTBUG. PI: Abderrahman KHILA (ENS, Lyon)

Projets financés en 2015 (consulter les résumés)

      • Diversity of latex properties in French Guianan trees – DILATE. PI: Yannick ESTEVEZ & Christopher BARALOTO (UMR EcoFoG Kourou)
      • Parasites, disease and the global spread of cane toads: how do parasites impact amphibian health and biological invasions? – ERH. PI: Crystal GRAHAM (Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama)
      • Are bromeliad roots absorptive? A Preliminary study on fungal association in bromeliads – Fun-Brom. PI: Céline LEROY (UMR AMAP, Cayenne)
      • The Guianese Evolutionary Project on Economics for Social Insects – GUEPES. PI: Seirian SUMNER (University of Bristol, UK)
      • Is ecological speciation a major driver of diversification in tropical leaf‐mining insects? – LEAFMINE. PI: Jérôme MURIENNE & Carlos LOPEZ -VAAMONDE (UMR EDB, Toulouse)
      • Sound of orgy: the acoustics of Amazonian explosive breeding amphibians – ORGY. PI Elodie COURTOIS (CNRS-Guyane, Cayenne)
      • Predicting the spread of Infectious mycobacteria communities among French Guiana food web. PRIMEWEB. PI: Rodolphe GOZLAN (UMR MIVEGEC, Cayenne)
      • Integrating state-of-the-art genomic and morphological tools to disentangle the biogeography of the long-nosed armadillo species complex (genus Dasypus) – TATU2. PI: Frédéric DELSUC (UMR ISEM, Montpellier)
      • Risk assessment of the emergence of zoonotic viruses as a result of the invasion of Ae. albopictus in
        the Amazonian rainforest – TIGERAMAZON. PI: Christophe PAUPY (UMR MIVEGEC, Montpellier)
      • Diversity, Distribution and Host Specificity of Three Model Symbionts in Hummingbirds – TROCSYMB. PI: Christophe THEBAUD (UMR EDB, Toulouse) & Javier PEREZ TRIS (Complutense University of Madrid)
      • Undergrowth Acoustic Communication of “Earless” Frogs – UACEF. PI: Antoine FOUQUET (CNRS-Guyane, Cayenne)
      • Validating methods for quantifying the drought response of tropical  trees  and implications for modeling – WILT. PI: Isabelle MARECHAUX (UMR EDB, Toulouse)
      • Traditional knowledge and technological properties of construction timbers in French Guiana:
        from old knowledge to new uses – WoodUses. PI: Jacques BEAUCHENE (UMR EcoFoG, Kourou)

Projets financés en 2014 (consulter les résumés)

      • Ant nesting habits impact on venom peptide activities ‐ ANTPEP. PI: Alain DEJEAN (UMR EcoFog, Kourou)
      • Camouflage of conspicuous signals in the Dendrobatidae poison frogs ‐ CAMO. PI : Innes CUTHILL (University of Bristol, UK)
      • Comparative analysis of physiology and parasitism of neotropical birds ‐ COMPAREBIRDS. PI : Philipp HEEB (EDB, Toulouse)
      • Ecological Genomics of species divergence in Heliconius butterflies – EcoGenHel. PI : Brian COUNTERMAN (Mississippi State University, USA)
      • Hydraulics and Sap of Trees from the Amazonian Tropics ‐ HydroSTAT. PI : Damien BONAL & Louis SANTIAGO (EEF, Nancy & UC Riverside, USA)
      • Adaptation at innate immune genes in Primates: divergence and polymorphism in New World Monkeys ‐ IMMUNOPRIM. PI : Emilie LECOMPTE (EDB, Toulouse)
      • Monitoring Incipient Speciation of Drosophila in Amazonia ‐ MONISPEC. PI : Wolfgang J. MILLER (University of Vienna, Austria)
      • Gene flow and riverine barriers in the Guiana Shield: a multitaxon test across the Oyapock River – MUsTARd. PI : Antoine FOUQUET & Luciano NAKA (CNRS Guyane, Cayenne & Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE), Recife, Brésil)
      • The adaptive value of a novel marker of drug susceptibility in Amazonian Plasmodium falciparum parasites – PlasmoDynEvol. PI : Stéphane PELLEAU & Lise MUSSET (IPG, Cayenne)
      • Reconsidering protective ant‐plant mutualisms from a nutritional perspective ‐ ProNut. PI : Jérôme ORIVEL (UMR EcoFog, Kourou)
      • Integrating state‐of‐the‐art genomic and morphological tools to disentangle the biogeography of the long-­‐nosed armadillo species complex (genus Dasypus) – TATU. PI : Frédéric DELSUC (Institut des Sciences de l’Evolution, Montpellier)
      • Evolutionary history of mammal‐trypanosome associations in the Guiana Shield – TRYPSHIELD. PI : Miguel PINTO (American Museum of Natural History, USA)

Projets financés en 2013 (consulter les résumés)

      • Polymorphism of P. vivax in two Amazonian areas and relation with the G6PD genotype of host populations. PI : Mathieu NACHER (Centre Hospitalier André Rosemon, Equipe Epat, Cayenne)
      • Prevailing parasitic diseases in Amazonia: an integrated approach for the rationalization of medicinal plant uses in French Guiana. PI : Emeline Houël (UMR Ecofog, Kourou)
      • Viral biodiversity in rodents communities in French Guiana. PI : Anne LAVERGNE (Institut Pasteur de la Guyane, Cayenne)
      • Short term tropical forest canopy dynamics unveiled by Airborne Lidar Scanning. PI : Grégoire VINCENT (AMAP, Montpellier)
      • Species delimitation within the neotropical genus Cecropia in French Guiana: integrating morphological and molecular techniques. PI : Patrick HEURET (UMR Ecofog, Kourou)
      • DNA barcoding earthworms in biodiversity hot spots of French Guiana. PI : Virginie ROY (BIOEMCO, Université Paris-Est Créteil)
      • Drought and mortality in Amazonian forests. PI : Damien BONAL and Louis SANTIAGO (EEF, Nancy & UC Riverside, USA)
      • Ecological cycling and metal hyperaccumulation in plants of French Guiana. PI : Jérôme CHAVE (EDB, Toulouse)
      • Aposematic polymorphism in the dyeing poison frog (Dendrobates tinctorius): A model vertebrate for the study of selection and speciation. PI : Antoine FOUQUET and Brice P. NOONAN (CNRS Guyane, Cayenne & University of Mississippi, USA)
      • Mega measure of freshwater biodiversity: Implications in our understanding of infectious disease emergence. PI : Rodolphe GOZLAN (MIVEGEC, Montpellier)
      • Seasonal variations in tree growth and functioning. PI : Damien Bonal (EEF, Nancy)
      • A first genetic study of the RNA virus associated with Leishmania guyanensis and its role on clinical pleiomorphism of human leishmaniases in French Guiana. PI : Ghislaine PREVOT (Equipe Epat, Cayenne)
      • Impact des communautés fongiques sur la régénération d’une essence Guyanaise Vouacapoua americana (Aublet). PI : Stéphane TRAISSAC (UMR Ecofog, Kourou)
      • Spatial and temporal patterns of species and genetic diversity of Amazonian Caenorhabditis nematodes. PI : Christian BRAENDLE (Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, Nice)
      • Do extant plants support past marine incursions in Amazonia? PI : Christine D. BACON (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
      • Phthalate pollution in an Amazon rainforest. PI : Alain LENOIR (Université François Rabelais, Tours)
      • Species coexistence and negative density dependence in tropical rain forests. PI : C.E. Timothy Paine
        (University of Stirling, UK)
      • Introduction to the Teko ethnobotany. PI : Damien DAVY (CNRS Guyane, Cayenne)
      • Tropical rainforest plants as concept generators for biomimetics research. PI : Nick Rowe (AMAP, Montpellier)
      • Do patterns of phenotypic variation within species help explain divergence across species in morphology and performance in frogs? PI : Elodie COURTOIS (CNRS Guyane, Cayenne)
      • Biodiversity of the vectors of chagas disease in French Guiana. PI : Jean-Pierre DUJARDIN (MIVEGEC, Montpellier)
      • Is the visual fluorescence a relevant signal in the communication between Mimosa pudica and Ministrymon azia: an interspecific experimental study. PI : Christophe DUPLAIS (UMR Ecofog, Kourou)

Projets financés en 2012 (consulter les résumés)

      • Biodiversité, biogéographie et écologie chimique des arthropodes de Guyane. PI : Jérôme MURIENNE (EDB, Toulouse)
      • Développement d’outils informatiques (i) de reconnaissance taxonomique et (ii) de saisie de données architecturales dédiés à la tribu des Cecropieae (Urticaceae). PI : Patrick HEURET (UMR Ecofog, Kourou)
      • La transcriptomique au service de l’étude de la biogéographie d’une famille de plantes néotropicales. PI : Jérôme CHAVE (EDB, Toulouse)
      • Délimitation des espèces inter-fertiles et reconstruction des scenarios de spéciation. PI : Caroline SCOTTI-SAINTAGNE (UMR Ecofog, Kourou)
      • Etude de la diversité des Fungi en Guyane française. PI : Mélanie ROY (EDB, Toulouse)
      • Structuration et dynamique de la diversité génomique d’espèces et populations écologiquement contrastées. PI : Ivan Scotti (UMR Ecofog, Kourou)
      • Methane and carbon dioxide greenhouse gas emissions from tropical forest as a function of biodiversity, land use and deforestation age: multi-site observations, regional modeling and management implications. PI : Lukas Siebicke (UMR Ecofog, Kourou)
      • Infestation des chauves-souris par Histoplasma capsulatum en Guyane. PI : Bernard Carme (Centre Hospitalier de Cayenne, Equipe Epat, Cayenne)
      • Does ontogeny influence species functional strategy across habitats and climate gradients in Amazonian forests? PI : Claire Fortunel (UMR Ecofog, Kourou)
      • Chemotaxonomy of the Palicourea crocea complex. PI : Guillaume ODONNE (CNRS Guyane, Cayenne)
      • Diversité phylogénétique des assemblages des poissons d’eau douce de Guyane. PI : Sébastien BROSSE (EDB, Toulouse)
      • Génétique évolutive des singes amazoniens : diversification, adaptation et coévolution entre Herpèsvirus et Primates. PI : Brigitte CROAU-ROY (EDB, Toulouse)
      • Etude de la transmission domestique et péridomestique des salmonelles en Guyane, de leurs réservoirs et de leur diversité spécifique. PI : Franck BERGER (Institut Pasteur de la Guyane, Cayenne)
      • Evolution des défenses chimiques des amphibiens : Le cas d’étude du genre Trachycephalus. PI : Philippe GAUCHER (CNRS Guyane, Cayenne)
      • Associations Tripartites et Nutrition des plantes (Tri-Nutri). PI : Céline LEROY (UMR Ecofog, Kourou)