Thierry Hoch

Hoch Thierry

Thierry Hoch

Research Engineer INRAE UMR 1300 BIOEPAR Adress: Oniris site de la Chantrerie, CS40706, 44307 Nantes, France Team TIBODI, building G2 1st floor Email: Tel: 02 40 68 78 55

He holds an agricultural engineer degree, and then completed a MSc and a PhD in Biomathematics. As a PhD at IFREMER, and later on at INRA, he has always been dealing with dynamic modelling applied to topics related to biology and ecology. He began his carrier at INRA in Clermont-Theix in 1998, where he has developed beef cattle growth models. He moved to Nantes in 2004 and he is dealing since that date with modelling applied to animal epidemiology. Beside theoretical works, his main interests lie in topics related to tick population dynamics and to the transmission of pathogens by these vectors. He has developed models for different tick-borne diseases. His current projects concern the use of such models to simulate the impact of global changes.

Research Department

Animal Health

  • Engineer in Agronomy (ENSA Rennes)
  • MSc and PhD in Biomathematics (Paris VII University)
Research topics interests
  • Dynamic modelling
  • Epidemiology
  • Transmission
  • Population dynamics
  • Deputy director of UMR BIOEPAR

See also

Thierry Hoch's publications on HAL INRAE

Modification date : 09 February 2024 | Publication date : 27 October 2023 | Redactor : ML