2003 - 2006

Ph.D. thesis in Human Movement Sciences (with the highest grade available in France)                  

Publicly defended on 1st December 2006

Faculty of Sport Sciences, University of Montpellier - France

Title: “Neuromuscular fatigue and mechanical alterations in intermittent activities: applications to racket sports

Jury: A. Martin (Reviewer), J-F. Kahn (Reviewer), A. Lees (Examiner), R. Candau (Examiner - Chairman), J-P.    

Micallef (Co-supervisor) and G.P. Millet (Supervisor).

2012 - present

Qualified as Associate Professor by the French National University (Section n°74)                       

Accreditation number: 12274177703 (obtained on the 06/02/2012)

 

2002 - 2003

Master of Science in Sports Biomechanics                                                                          

Human Movement Sciences - Muscle & Pathology Lab (EA 701)

Faculty of Sport Sciences, University of Montpellier - France

Dissertation topic: “The stretch-shortening cycle of lower-limb muscles during the power serve in tennis

Supervisors: G.P. Millet and J-P Micallef.

 

2001 - 2002

Master of Science in Exercise Physiology                                                                                      

Faculty of Sport Sciences, University of Montpellier-France                                                                

Dissertation topic: “Effects of the ground surface on the physiological and technical responses in young tennis players”

Supervisor: G.P. Millet.

 

1998 – 2001

Bachelor Degree in Strength & Conditioning (Specialized in Tennis)                                              

Faculty of Sport Sciences, University of Montpellier- France