Yasmine Hamdouche
Algeria 2020
Yasmine Hamdouche is a member of a research team in Algeria. Her role involves the risk assessment and control of mycotoxins in the cereal industry. She is also working on a multilateral cooperation project (PHC Maghreb) as a junior researcher in Algeria. This project is based on the study of climatic variations and the risk of mycotoxins in the wheat sector in the Maghreb. While researching her thesis at CIRAD in Montpellier, France, she studied microbial ecology in relation to the world's most traded agricultural products, specifically, coffee and cocoa. As a result of this thesis, she has gained extensive knowledge in the field of analytical microbiology and fermentation and has acquired new skills in molecular biology Thanks to the One Planet Fellowship grant, she plans to excel in her career as a lecturer and researcher.
She would also like to participate in collaborative research to expand her network through training and by working with internationally-renowned researchers in various environmental fields.
Field of Research
Assessment and control of mycotoxins in the cereal industry.

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