Véronique Eparvier is research engineer at CNRS, h-index: 14 (55 publications, 22 conference articles, 3 patents) - responsible of Microorganisms associated group at CNRS –“Institut de Chimie des Substances Naturelles”. She is graduated with two Master’s degrees: Sciences of Agro-resources (National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse), and Anthropology (Laboratory of Human Ecology and Anthropology, Aix-Marseille III University) and since 2005 with a PhD, specialty “Chemistry of Natural Substances” from the National Museum of Natural History, and Habilitated to manage research from Paris-Saclay (HDR, since 2013).
V. Eparvier works mainly in natural product chemistry and chemical ecology. She remained for 5 years in French Guiana, at the CNRS-Guyane where she collaborated with the UMR Ecofog, Pasteur Institute and IRD. She has a strong experience in field collect, extraction, isolation and determination of natural compounds by chemical analysis and she has been studying symbiotic microorganisms for 10 years now. She is responsible of the “Microbe extracts library” of ICSN-CNRS and developed in her laboratory antimicrobial screening on pathogen microbe.