Dr Sarah Vray
Research Engineer in the Biodiversity Monitoring & Assessment pole of ERIN/LIST
Dr Vray has a master’s degree in the Biology of organisms and Ecology from the University of Liège (Belgium), and a PhD in Science (Biology) in co-tutelle between the University of Mons and the University of Namur (Belgium). Her doctoral research was on the impact of climate change, changes in landscape structure and land use changes on bumblebee (Bombus) populations in Belgium. Currently, SV supports the implementation of the national monitoring scheme of wild pollinators (MONIPOL) in Luxembourg. She has a strong interest in conservation biology, biodiversity monitoring, landscape ecology, and ethology. In FRAMEwork, she will manage most of the experimental activities of WP2 in the Luxembourg Farm Cluster, including the support to biodiversity monitoring.