Assoc Prof Dr  Sonia Dhouadi: Agroecology 
Teacher researcher at  Higher Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technologies University of Carthage, Tunisia

Sonia Dhaouadi, born on December 3, 1965, is a married individual with two children aged 19 and 29. Residing at Place Keïreddine No. 35, Grombalia, Tunisia. Professionally, Sonia is an Assistant Professor and Head of the research unit for Limnic Hydrobiology at the Environmental Biomonitoring Laboratory (LR01ES14.FSB) since 2011. She holds a PhD in Biological Sciences, focusing on the ecobiological study of Atyaephyra desmaresti in Tunisian dam lakes. Her academic journey includes a DEA in Animal Ecology and a Master’s degree in Natural Sciences.

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓
🎓 Education:
  • 🎓 PhD in Biological Sciences (2003)
  • 📜 DEA of Animal Ecology (1995)
  • 📚 AEA in Ecology (1992)
  • 🎓 Master of Natural Sciences (1991)
  • 🎓 D.U.E.S in Natural Sciences
  • 🎓 Baccalaureate in Mathematics and Sciences (1986)
👩‍🎓 Previous Research:

🦐 PhD Thesis: Ecobiological Study of Atyaephyra desmaresti in Tunisian dam lakes. 📖 Master’s Thesis: Contribution to the study of population dynamics of ectoparasites in the Cap-Bon region.

📖 Pedagogic Contributions:

📚 Courses at HIEST: Biotic Resources, Environmental Monitoring, Applied Ecology, and more. 📚 Courses at HIBM: Animal Biology, Descriptive Embryology, Reproduction and Development.

🍇 Research Focus:

Sonia Dhaouadi’s research spans the intricate ecosystems of Tunisia, with a primary focus on Limnic Hydrobiology and Environmental Biomonitoring. 🌊 Her extensive work includes ecological risk assessments of heavy metal accumulation in soil and plants, as well as evaluating heavy metal contamination in surface sediments of water bodies. 🌿 Her commitment to biodiversity conservation is evident in studies combining distribution data and molecular analyses for prioritizing conservation efforts amid climate change. 🦐 Sonia’s expertise extends to the impact of heavy metal pollution on invertebrates and the documentation of new insect species, showcasing her dedication to understanding and preserving Tunisia’s diverse ecosystems. #EcologyExplorer

 

Publications Top Notes:🌐🔬
Sonia Dhouadi | Agroecology | Best Researcher Award

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