Since November 2022, Annick Bellamy has been in charge of the operational management of European and international projects in close collaboration with IDDRI's various teams, and in particular the Agricultural and Food Policies team. 
Before joining IDDRI, Annick was in charge of the coordination of the "Seeds for Tomorrow" and "Ecologically Intensive Agriculture" chairs at the Agro Rennes-Angers Institute.
From 2007 to 2018, as part of her activities at Végépolys Innovation and then at INRAE, Annick developed and managed collaborative innovation projects in plant improvement bringing together private companies and public research and teaching organisations.
After her studies, Annick worked at the Centre Technique Interprofessionnel de Fruits et Légumes as a breeder and contributed to the creation of a new chicory called Carmine.
Annick holds a PhD in Plant Improvement from the University of Paris-Sud Orsay and a Master's degree in Business Administration from the Institut de Gestion de Rennes.