1. Conferences
  2. Interviews/Podcasts
  3. Filming


Cazabonne J. 09/01/2022. Démystifier les champignons: au-delà de nos préjugés sur la mycologie. Conférence grand public, pour l’association naturaliste Dryades (page Facebook) et Veracruz, donnée à l’Université Paul Sabatier (amphithéâtre Concorde, U4), Toulouse, France.

Crédits photo: association Dryades, association Veracruz, Marion Cabande.

Enregistrement vidéo et audio de l’intervention, disponible sur la chaîne YouTube de l’association Dryades


Invited interview for the September 2022 bulletin (Volume 55 (2)) edited by the Canadian Botanical Association (CBA), The Past, Present, & Future of Two Canadian Mycologists by Mélissande Nagati & Allison Walker, CBA Mycology Section.

Preview: A career in mycology often begins with passion, continues with hard work, and probably ends with unsolved questions. Throughout the process, the passion evolves, the perspective changes, and the way researchers mycologize changes during their career. What is the difference between an experienced researcher who spreads their knowledge with wisdom and a young creative researcher who demonstrates tenacity? Are they so different? Does passion give way to reason? Are the aspirations and inspirations the same? Here we try to answer these questions by portraying two mycologists, one at the beginning and one at the end of their career. Dr. Melanie Jones is a retired Professor from the University of British Columbia – Okanagan. Jonathan Cazabonne is a Master’s student at the Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue. Let’s see what they have to teach us about the evolution of a mycologist’s career! [read more]

Invited interview for MédiAT broadcast emission to talk about my M.Sc research (from 0.17/12:23 to 1.07/12:23), during the first edition of the GREMA annual symposium, with Lydia Blouin.

Filmed interview of some members of the GREMA lab, available on MédiAT YouTube channel.

Interview for the information channel from the Instagram account Memes Étoilés @memesetoiles on preparatory classes, Interview d’un ancien BCPST qui a décidé de se réorienter en fac en cours de 2ème année.

Filmed interview available on Meme Étoilés YouTube channel.


Participant in the filming of the promotional trailer (2022) of the University of Quebec in Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT). Role of a scientist, filmed in his daily laboratory research and daily life. Shot in the laboratory of the Ecology Research Group of RCM Abitibi, in the city of Amos (QC, Canada). Filmed by Dominic Leclerc and coordinated by Gabrielle Cornellier. Soon to be broadcast on television, in cinemas and on various digital platforms.

Now available on UQAT’s YouTube channel.
Photograph during filming, on the verge of the Harricana river, Amos (QC, Canada). Photo credit: Gabrielle Cornellier