Corine Bitossessi Laurenda SINSIN

PhD student

Corine Bitossessi Laurenda SINSIN

Research interests

  • Mangroves
  • Ecosystem-based Adaptation
  • Crop Wild relatives
  • Ethnobotany
  • Conservation Education

Position

PhD student

Background

Young women aspiring to high level science, she studied Agronomy at the Agricultural University of Ketou. There she graduated in Agronomy and Natural Resources Management (2013). Thereafter I pursued  graduate studies in climate change and Education at The University of The Gambia (with WASCAL program). In 2015, she graduated and got a Master of Science degree in climate change and education. In 2017 she has started her post graduate studies in climate change and biodiversity at the University Felix Houphouet Boigny.

Research project

 

Awards and distinctions

  • My Community Our Earth (MyCOE) research grant: 2013 
  • West African Science Service Center on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use (WASCAL) fellowship: 2013 
  • FSC  summer school grants (University of  Hohenheim): 2014 
  • Award of the best student of the University of The Gambia: 2015 
  • Tropical biology Association Alumini: 2017

Profiles and Curriculum

  • http://www.aag.org/mycoe.servir/westafrica

Total number of publications

  • Articles scientifiques publiés dans les journaux: 1
  • Communications: 0
  • Documents techniques: 0

Key publications

  • Sinsin C.B.L., Guidigan G.M., Fandohan A.B. Use patterns and impact of climate change on the geographic distribution of suitable habitats for cultivation and conservation of Cochlospermum tinctorium (Bixaceae) in Northern Benin (2014). http://www.aag.org/mycoe.servir/westafricaFandohan A.B., Chadare F.J., Gouwakinnou N.G., Tovissode C.F., Bonou A., Djonlonkou F.S.,  Houdelo L.F.H., Sinsin C.B.L., Assogbadjo A.E.  Usages traditionnelles et valeur économique de Synsepalum dulcificum (Schumach. & Thonn.) Daniell. Bois et Foret des tropiques.