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About me

A marine scientist in a landlocked country,

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With my passion for protecting the oceans, I have specialised in aquaculture. I see it as an opportunity to produce sustainable food for the world's growing population while protecting the wild populations.

 

Despite the challenges posed by this relatively new industry in a country with no access to the sea, I am working to establish aquaculture as an important, sustainable and healthy source of food.

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Education

2015-2019

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
University of Bern, Switzerland

INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM AND THE IMMUNE SYSTEM IN FISH

The immunomodulating role of estrogens in teleostean fish: importance of the physiological context.

2013-2015

Masters of Science

University of Stirling, United Kingdom

AQUATIC PATHOBIOLOGY

Health, disease and welfare of aquaculture animals.

2008-2012

Masters of Science
University of Cadiz, Spain

MARINE SCIENCES

With specialisation in Marine Ressources: Fisheries and Aquaculture.

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