Agronomist and Assistant Professor of soil science at Université Laval
Marie-Élise is an agronomist with a Bachelor's degree in agronomy and a Master's degree in soils and the environment from Université Laval. She completed a doctorate under joint supervision at Agrocampus Ouest, in France, and Université Laval. She is now an Assistant Professor of soil science at Université Laval. Her fields of expertise include agropedology and biogeochemical cycles of soil organic matter. Her work has allowed, among other things, to better anticipate the effect of different agricultural practices on crop yield, soil fertility and carbon storage on agricultural land.