The realization of my technique in horticultural production adapted to the environment allowed me to develop a strong interest in plant physiology, which prompted me to complete a bachelor's degree in biological sciences. Then, I continued my studies in environmental biogeochemistry to perfect my integration of interdisciplinarity. As part of this master's degree, I took part in a research on the assimilation of trace elements in ombrotrophic peatlands in Abitibi-Témiscamingue. Completing this project did only increase my interest in forest and molecular ecology. Currently, I am carrying out a study on the effects of climate change (heat stress and droughts) on the growth of trees in urban forests across Canada, based on dendrochronological analyzes.