2012– Genetic drift or the random sorting of variants through demographic processes. Module “Evolution mecanisms”. MNHN doctoral school (4 hours/year).
2004– Module « Evolutionary genetics » for Master EBE 1st year Ecole Normale Supérieure (3 to 9 hours/year). Bases, Coalescent theory, measure of population structure, with computer practical (Responsable du module).
2011 Lectures and computer practicals « Methods for the statistical analysis of siring success and relatedness in plants and animals ». (12 hours). University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Performed in English.
2010–2014 Lecture « Genetic Differences between humans and chimpanzees ». Master 1st year at MNHN (2 hours/year)
2010–2013 Lecture “Bases of population genetics”. Module “Human genetics and infectious diseases”. Institut Pasteur, Paris. (1.5 hour/year)
2009–2013 Lecture « Impact of demographic processes on genetic diversity and the frequency of genetic diseases » performed in Master 1st year of Medicine, University Paris VII (2 hours/year).
2009 Lecture for PhD students, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland (1 hour). « Inference of demographic processes from genetic diversity in humans ». Performed in English.
2009 Lecture and practical on computer « Two-generation analysis of pollen flow across a landscape » for PhD students and scientists funded by the European Network of Excellence EVOLTREE. University of Bydgoszcz, Poland (6 hours). Performed in English.
2009 Lecture for PhD students, University of Sendai, Japan (1 hour). « Inference of demographic processes from genetic diversity using coalescent methods in humans ». Performed in English.
2008–2013 Lecture for PhD students at MNHN. Module on DNA Barcoding. Lecture on the comparison between available methods for DNA barcoding. (3 hours/year). Performed in English.
2006–2009 European courses ERAMUS « Mathematics in Plant Biology » for PhD students Lectures and computer practicals in population genetics modelling (3 hours). Performed in English.
2005–2008 Population genetics. Methods for the detection of adaptation from population genetics data. Master 2nd year « Multifactorial genetics » (3 hours/year).
2004– Master 2nd year Module « Population Genomics » (3 to 9 hours/year). Advanced coalescent theory, methods for estimating demographic parameters from genetic data. Performed in English some years. (joint organiser of the module).
2002–2006 Population genetics (3 hours/year) at Institut National Agronomique Paris-Grignon (1st year). Coalescent theory.
1997–2003 Population genetics (3 hours/year) at master Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution (Universities Paris VI, VII, XI, I.N.A.-P.G., M.N.H.N.). Coalescent theory.
1996–1998 Population genetics at E.N.G.R.E.F. (1st year) Bases et coalescent theory (3 to 6 hours/year).
1995–1996 Computer science for undergraduate students at Université Paris-Sud, Orsay. 24 hours/year.