Dr. Gaboyer Frédéric

Dr. Gaboyer Frédéric
Researcher at Scientific Research National Center.
 
Biography
Dr. Gaboyer Frédéric did his ppostdoctorate from Scientific Research National Center where he was working on working on microbial fossilisation processes, in F. Westall?s group (?Exobiologie? group). He did his PhD thesis in microbiology ?Physiological and metabolic potentials of microbial communities in subsurface sediments: cultural, genomics and metagenomics approaches? at the Laboratoire de Microbiologie des Environnements Extrêmes (UMR6197, Brest), supervised by Karine ALAIN. He has so many publications in reputed journals. His selected oral presentation include : 1. Gaboyer F. « Biosignatures of Chemotrophic Microbial Activity in Mars-Analogue, Subsurface Volcanic Sediments ». Astrobiological Conference 2017, Phoenix, USA. 2. Gaboyer F. « Subseafloor habitats as analogues for possible life on Mars : case of the Canterbury Basin », Astrobiological Conference 2015, Chicago, USA. 3. Gaboyer . « Understanding beneath to explore the overside : Subsurface biosphere and searching for past life on Mars » Seminary at the Centre de biophysique Moléculaire, Orléans, 2015 November. 4. Gaboyer F. « Occurrence of microorganisms at a depth record of 1922 meters below the seafloor », Congress Exobiology Young researchers, 2013, CNES, Paris. 5. Gaboyer F. « Biosignatures of Chemotrophic Microbial Activity in Mars-Analogue, Subsurface Volcanic Sediments ». Astrobiological Conference 2017, Phoenix, USA. 6. Gaboyer F. « Subseafloor habitats as analogues for possible life on Mars : case of the Canterbury Basin », Astrobiological Conference 2015, Chicago, USA. 7. Gaboyer . « Understanding beneath to explore the overside : Subsurface biosphere and searching for past life on Mars » Seminary at the Centre de biophysique Moléculaire, Orléans, 2015 November. 8. Gaboyer F. « Occurrence of microorganisms at a depth record of 1922 meters below the seafloor », Congress Exobiology Young researchers, 2013, CNES, Paris.
 
Research Interest
MICROBIOLOGY, EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS, PHYSIOLOGY, ADAPTATION, DIVERSITY, EVOLUTION, (META)GENOMICS, DNA SEQUENCING, GCMS, ELECTRON MICROSCOPY