Jonathan Lombard
Microbial evolution and phylogeny


Official qualifications to teach (2015-2019)in French Universities & National History Museum

Population biology and ecology (Section 67)

Cell biology and Biochemistry (Section 65)

Organismal biology (Section 68)

Teaching assistant (2009-2012), Université Paris Sud, Orsay, France

Cell Biology and Biochemistry (1st year B.Sc. Biology)

Microbial culture in food industry (University professionalization diploma)

Prokaryotic genetics (3rd year B.Sc. Biology)


Frédéric Gaboyer, M.Sc. Student, “Evolutionary history of carbonic anhydrases”


Organizer of 'careers in science' meeting for senior high school students (2015-2016), Pamplona, Spain

Participation to the "Ambassador Program" of NESCent in the Galápagos Islands (Ecuador), in January 2014. Workshop on Evolutionary Biology for the guides of the Galapagos National Park, and hands-on workshop on Evolution and Genetics for the students (grades 2 to 11) of the Tomás de Berlanga school (the activities at the school were based on the afterschool science program developed at NESCent, SALSA!).

Contribution as a reviewer to the Astrobiology Primer 2.0 (reference text supported by the NASA Astrobiology Institue (NAI), which is aimed at providing the conceptual foundations of Astrobiology/Exobiology to young scientists).

Exobiology contributions to the websites of the NAI (2012) and the French Society of Exobiology (2011).

Organizer of a popular science workshop, “Microbial diversity for children” (Paris, France, 2010).

Co-founder and project co-manager of the University Astronomy Club (Aix-en-Provence, France, 2004-2006). Popular science stands in street scientific festivals, special activities for the observation of the stars and a solar eclipse. Co-manager of a large project including field work for the observation of a solar eclipse in Turkey in 2006 that resulted in several conferences and picture exhibitions.