Evolution, Ecologie et Paléontologie
( Evo-Eco-Paléo )

Unité Mixte de Recherche UMR 8198

Camille Roux

ROUX Camille

Status CR-CNRS





Unité Evo-Eco-Paléo (EEP) - UMR 8198
CNRS / Université de Lille - Sciences et Technologies
SN2, NIV 2, 204
59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq - FRANCE
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Mail : Camille.Roux@univ-lille.fr


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Keywords : Speciation - Population genomics - Inferences - Bioinformatics - Metapopulations


Short CV :

Chargé de recherche CNRS - coordinator of the group Speciation.
CNRS UMR8198 – Unité Evolution, Ecologie, Paleontologie, University of Lille, France.

2017               Post-doctoral fellow
Department of Zoology (University of Cambridge, UK); Supervised by Chris Jiggins
2013 – 2016  Post-doctoral fellow
                        Department of Ecology and Evolution (University of Lausanne, Switzerland); Supervised by John Pannell
2011 – 2013  Post-doctoral fellow
                        Institut des Sciences de l'Évolution de Montpellier (University of Montpellier, France); Supervised by Nicolas Bierne and Nicolas Galtier
2011               Junior lecturer (Attaché Temporaire d’Enseignement et de Recherche)
                        Laboratoire de Génétique et Evolution des Populations Végétales, University of Lille, France

2007 - 2010   PhD in Biology
                        Laboratoire de Génétique et Evolution des Populations Végétales, University of Lille, France. Supervised by Vincent Castric and Xavier Vekemans

2007               Master in Plant Sciences
                        Institut des Sciences du Végétal, University of Paris XI, France. Supervised by Sébastien Thomine


Publications :

Durand, E., Chantreau, M., Le Veve, A., Stetsenko, R., Dubin, M., Genete, M., Llaurens, V., Poux, C., Roux, C., Billiard, S. and Vekemans, X., Evolution of self‐incompatibility in the Brassicaceae: lessons from a textbook example of natural selection. Evolutionary Applications.

Roux, C. and Pannell, J.R., 2019. The opposing effects of genetic drift and Haldane's sieve on floral‐morph frequencies in tristylous metapopulations. New Phytologist224(3), pp.1229-1240.

Galtier, N., Roux, C., Rousselle, M., Romiguier, J., Figuet, E., Glémin, S., Bierne, N. and Duret, L., 2018. Codon usage bias in animals: disentangling the effects of natural selection, effective population size, and GC-biased gene conversion. Molecular biology and evolution35(5), pp.1092-1103.

Veltsos, P., Cossard, G., Beaudoing, E., Beydon, G., Savova Bianchi, D., Roux, C., C González-Martínez, S. and R Pannell, J., 2018. Size and content of the sex-determining region of the Y chromosome in dioecious Mercurialis annua, a plant with homomorphic sex chromosomes. Genes9(6), p.277.

Fraïsse, C., Roux, C., Gagnaire, P.A., Romiguier, J., Faivre, N., Welch, J.J. and Bierne, N., 2018. The divergence history of European blue mussel species reconstructed from Approximate Bayesian Computation: the effects of sequencing techniques and sampling strategies. PeerJ6, p.e5198.

Fraisse, C., Roux, C., Gagnaire, P.A., Romiguier, J., Faivre, N., Welch, J.J. and Bierne, N., 2018. Assessing the impact of high-throughput sequencing strategy and model complexity on ABC-inferred demographic history in mussels. bioRxiv, p.259135.

Leroy, T., Roux, C., Villate, L., Bodénès, C., Romiguier, J., Paiva, J.A., Dossat, C., Aury, J.M., Plomion, C. and Kremer, A., 2017. Extensive recent secondary contacts between four European white oak species. New Phytologist214(2), pp.865-878.

Voillemot, M., Rougemont, Q., Roux, C. and Pannell, J.R., 2018. The divergence history of the perennial plant Linaria cavanillesii confirms a recent loss of self‐incompatibility. Journal of evolutionary biology31(1), pp.136-147.

Romiguier, J. and Roux, C., 2017. Analytical biases associated with GC-content in molecular evolution. Frontiers in Genetics8, p.16.

Roux, C., Fraisse, C., Romiguier, J., Anciaux, Y., Galtier, N. and Bierne, N., 2016. Shedding light on the grey zone of speciation along a continuum of genomic divergence. PLoS biology14(12).

Rougemont, Q., Roux, C., Neuenschwander, S., Goudet, J., Launey, S. and Evanno, G., 2016. Reconstructing the demographic history of divergence between European river and brook lampreys using approximate Bayesian computations. PeerJ4, p.e1910.

Roux, C. and Pannell, J.R., 2015. Inferring the mode of origin of polyploid species from next‐generation sequence data. Molecular ecology24(5), pp.1047-1059.

Smadja, C.M., Loire, E., Caminade, P., Thoma, M., Latour, Y., Roux, C., Thoss, M., Penn, D.J., Ganem, G. and Boursot, P., 2015. Seeking signatures of reinforcement at the genetic level: a hitchhiking mapping and candidate gene approach in the house mouse. Molecular ecology24(16), pp.4222-4237.

Roux, C., Fraïsse, C., Castric, V., Vekemans, X., Pogson, G.H. and Bierne, N., 2014. Can we continue to neglect genomic variation in introgression rates when inferring the history of speciation? A case study in a M ytilus hybrid zone. Journal of Evolutionary Biology27(8), pp.1662-1675.

Fraïsse, C., Roux, C., Welch, J.J. and Bierne, N., 2014. Gene-flow in a mosaic hybrid zone: is local introgression adaptive?. Genetics197(3), pp.939-951.

Romiguier, J., et al. "Comparative population genomics in animals uncovers the determinants of genetic diversity." Nature 515.7526 (2014): 261-263.

Roux, C., Tsagkogeorga, G., Bierne, N. and Galtier, N., 2013. Crossing the species barrier: genomic hotspots of introgression between two highly divergent Ciona intestinalis species. Molecular biology and evolution30(7), pp.1574-1587.

Pottier, M., Roux, C., Roschzttardtz, H., Lanquar, V., Oomen, R., Giraudat, J., Curie, C. and Thomine, S., 2013, March. The iron and manganese transporter AtNRAMP5 contributes to male fertility in Arabidopsis thaliana.

Roux, C., Pauwels, M., Ruggiero, M.V., Charlesworth, D., Castric, V. and Vekemans, X., 2012. Recent and ancient signature of balancing selection around the S-locus in Arabidopsis halleri and A. lyrata. Molecular biology and evolution30(2), pp.435-447.

Roux, C., Castric, V., Pauwels, M., Wright, S.I., Saumitou-Laprade, P. and Vekemans, X., 2011. Does speciation between Arabidopsis halleri and Arabidopsis lyrata coincide with major changes in a molecular target of adaptation?. PLoS One6(11).