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Aurélie SALAVERT

Aurélie is archaeobotanist, associate Professor since 2013 at the MNHN and part of the lab AASPE (MNHN, CNRS). Her research focusing essentially on the early Neolithic period in Temperate Europe.

She handles the archaeological database and the archaeological background for radiocarbon dating. She is the PI of the ANR JCJC Poppy (2022-2025).

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Ferran ANTOLÍN

Ferran is archaeobotanist and works in the northern Mediterranean and the Balkans. He is head of the Dpt of Natural Sciences at the German Archaeological Institute (DAI, Germany).

He is in charge of the GMM on opium poppy seeds and the co-PI of the FTC DOPE (2022-2024).

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Hugo R. OLIVEIRA

Hugo is researcher since 2019 at the ICArEHB (Algarve University, Portugal). Geneticist with a solid archaeological background, he has already worked on several projects involving the genetic analysis of modern accessions in order to understand the past trajectories and early domestication processes of major crops.

He is in charge of DNA analysis and the co-PI of the FTC DOPE (2022-2024).

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Isabelle BALY

Isabelle is a computer engineer at CNRS at the UAR BBEES. She is a specialist in database and web development. She is supporting the development, web accessibility and sustainability of the archaeological evidence database.

Laurent BOUBY

Laurent is a research engineer at CNRS and an archaeobotanist at ISEM (France). He is particularly interested in the protohistoric periods in the south of France, as well as in the domestication and varietal diversification of the vine (Vitis vinifera).

Allowen EVIN

Allowen is researcher at the CNRS and bioarchaeologist at ISEM (France). She focuses on the biological and cultural history of domestic species using GMM.

Pierre GUERIAU

Florian JABBOUR

Florian is botanist at Isyeb, associate professor at the MNHN, and curator of Ranunculales at the Herbarium. He will support the interpretation of genetic data.

Angèle JEANTY

Angèle is a PhD student at ISEM (Montpellier, France). She focuses on the evolution of domesticated plants using morphometrics. She will support analysis of GMM data.

Solène JOUVANCEAU

Solene is a student in Licence Professionnelle de Génomique (LPro Génomique) at the ENCPB and performs her apprenticeship at the P2GM platform at the Musée de l’Homme. She is involved in the processing of the historical poppies sample.

Thomas KERIHUEL

After studying at the Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations, Thomas joined AASPE in 2019 as an administrative manager. He is in charge of the financial management of the ANR JcJc Poppy project.

Lucie MARTIN

Lucie is archaeobotanist specialist of the Neolithic and Bronze age periods in mountainous areas such as Alps and Caucasus. She is a senior lecturer at the University of Geneva, and associate to the LPAA (Geneva univ., Switzerland) and the EDYTEM laboratory (France).

Rui MACHADO

Rui has defended his PhD in Regenerative Medicine and Chronic Diseases at the Universidade do Algarve and Universidade Nova de Lisboa in 2021. He is a biostatistician and bioinformatician. For the project, he will work on genetic lab work and bioinformatic analyses.

Raül SOTERAS

Raül is technician at the DAI, and specialist in 2D photo acquisition and processing. He has already applied his expertise to the first GMM tests on opium poppy seeds in the AgriChange project.

José UTGE-BUIL

José is engineer at the MNHN and lab manager of the P2GM platform. He will handle the preparations of the historical poppies samples.

Paul VERDU

Paul is a researcher at CNRS and human population geneticist at the Musée de l’Homme. He is one of the coordinators of the P2GM platform. He will co-supervised the preparations of the historical poppies samples.

Antoine ZAZZO

Antoine is a senior researcher at the CNRS and a geochemist at the AASPE lab. He is also the head of the Laboratoire de datation par le radiocarbone at the MNHN. In the project, he is involved in the dating of the opium poppy samples.

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