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Monika CotonDr. Monika COTON (PhD-HDR) works as an Associate Professor at the ESIAB engineering school, University of Brest, and is a member of the Microbial Ecology and Biodiversity Laboratory (LUBEM UR3882) in Plouzané, France. She graduated in Biotechnology (Canada), then obtained her PhD in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of Caen (France) and specialized in Food Microbiology. Her research focuses on complex microbial communities in foods and their functional roles including secondary metabolite production, especially mycotoxin production by molds. She has expertise in mycotoxin detection and quantification from complex matrices by LC-MS and has worked more specifically on mycotoxin migration in foods to ensure food safety and limit food losses for the last 4 years. She is the author of 75 articles and has been involved in many regional, national and EU projects.

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