Séverine Hasbroucq Lab. Technician

  • Severine.Hasbroucq@ulb.be

Biographical sketch

Séverine has a Master degree in agronomy with a specialization in Enviroment and land planning (“Master Ingénieur industriel en Agronomie spécialisation Environnement et Gestion du Territoire “). She joined the lab many years ago and has since been responsible for all lab. and field experiments and observations. She’s involved in several projects on invasive species and plant pathogens carried out in collaboration with Claude Bragard at UCL.


Evidence of cross-channel dispersal into England of the forest pest Ips typographus
D. J. G. Inward, E. Caiti, K. Barnard, S. Hasbroucq, K. Reed, and J.-C. Grégoire. "Journal of Pest Science", 2024.

Measuring the threat from a distance: insight into the complexity and perspectives for implementing sentinel plantation to test the host range of Xylella fastidiosa
N. Casarin, S. Hasbroucq, J. López-Mercadal, M. Á. Miranda, C. Bragard, and J.-C. Grégoire. "NeoBiota", Vol. 84, Pages 47-80, 2023.

Salicaceae as potential host plants of Xylella fastidiosa in European temperate regions
N. Casarin, S. Hasbroucq, L. Pesenti, A. Géradin, A. Emond, J. López-Mercadal, M. Á. Miranda, J.-C. Grégoire, and C. Bragard. "European Journal of Plant Pathology", Vol. 165, Issue 3, Pages 489-507, 2023.

Investigating dispersal abilities of Aphrophoridae in European temperate regions to assess the threat of potential Xylella fastidiosa-based pathosystems
N. Casarin, S. Hasbroucq, G. Carestia, A. Glibert, C. Bragard, and J.-C. Grégoire. "Journal of Pest Science", 2022.

When the beetles hit the fan: the Fan-Trap, an inexpensive, light and scalable insect trap under a Creative Commons License, for monitoring and experimental use
J.-C. Grégoire, E. Caiti, S. Hasbroucq, J.-M. Molenberg, and S. Willenz. "Insects", Vol. 13, Issue 12, Pages 1122, 2022.