Vincent Tesson has his expertise in the environmental fate of human enteric viruses. After working on the detections of equine and Bovine coronavirus by RT-qPCR and FTIR spectroscopy, respectively, he undertook a Ph.D on the environmental fate of human enteric viruses by analyzing their fate after wastewater discharge in river or reuse in agricultural irrigation. He has completed a work on the fate of viruses in the soil that contributes to a project on green onion contamination. He is currently working on the simulation of virus discharge in rivers from regional acute gastroenteritis epidemiological data.
e simulation of virus discharge in rivers from regional acute gastroenteritis epidemiological data
Immobilization of murine noroviruses in a cultivated phaeozem soil and its reversibility