Godefroy Devevey
Godefroy_Devevey

Post-doctoral researcher 

Interdisciplinary Center for Archaeology and Evolution of Human Behaviour (ICArEHB)
Faculdade de Ciências Humanas e Sociais
Universidade do Algarve
Campus de Gambelas
8005-139 Faro
Portugal

  (+351) 289 800 900
  gdevevey@ualg.pt
  J25

ORCID ID: 0000-0003-2238-8854

Research Interests

In ICArEHB, I hold a particular position since my priority is to support the researchers to obtain the funding necessary to do their research: I must identify the adapted funding schemes and I can help in all steps of the elaboration of the applications. My main mission is to diversify the source of funding.

In addition, I am contributing to the development of the institute by providing a critical view of our development, advising the strategy and support operation.

Finally, I am still a passionate scientist and I contribute to the research done in ICArEHB by providing consultancy in experimental design, statistical analysis, and even some ecological questions.

Short Bio

I have the chance that I have done research, or observed the way research is done, in many countries. I did my undergrad across three French universities, my PhD at the university of Lausanne (Switzerland), a postdoc in the woods of Pennsylvania (UPenn, USA), and another postdoc jointly between the universities of Edinburgh and Liverpool (UK), which overall gave me a strong expertise in disease ecology and life history traits theories in birds and small mammals.

Observing how research was made across different systems grew my interest in the “science of research”. As the coordinator of the doctoral group of iDiv (Germany), I oversaw the training of the future generation of researchers. In CCMAR (Faro), I supported the researchers in marine science to apply to funding, but also organized activities to encourage innovative science. In ICArEHB, we are in a privileged situation to push the science forward and create innovative ways of doing scientific research.

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Key Publications

• Antibodies and coinfection drive variation in nematode burdens in wild mice. M Clerc, G Devevey, A Fenton, AB Pedersen – International journal for parasitology, 2018

• First arrived takes all: inhibitory priority effects dominate competition between co-infecting Borrelia burgdorferi strains. G Devevey, T Dang, CJ Graves, S Murray, D Brisson – BMC microbiology, 2015

• Testing the predictive adaptive response in a host‐parasite system. G Devevey, P Bize, S Fournier, E Person, P Christe – Functional Ecology, 2010

• Fecundity and survival in relation to resistance to oxidative stress in a free‐living bird. P Bize, G Devevey, P Monaghan, B Doligez, P Christe. Ecology, 2008.