PABLO PRESA, Group leader
Pablo has been into genetic research well before he got his Biology Degree (1989, University of Oviedo, Spain). That was the beginning of an academic career continued by a Ph. D. in Quantitative and Population Genetics (1995, University of Paris-XI, Orsay, France) followed by a postdoctoral EU-Marie Curie STF-9 fellowship (1997, University of Tsukuba, Japan). A new personal era began once established at the University of Vigo where he founded a research group on Marine Genetic Resources in Galicia, a Spanish community where marine resources are part of the DNA of its society.
EDUCATION, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS
- 1997-present: Associate professor at University of Vigo, Faculty of Biology, ESP
- 1995-1997: STF-9 EU Marie-Curie Postdoctoral fellow at University of Tsukuba, JP.
- 1991-1995: FAR-EU Marie-Curie Predoctoral fellow at INRA and Paris-XI, FR.
- 1989-1991: Ph. D. student Dep. Genetics, University of Oviedo, ESP
- 1985-1989: BSc. in Biology at University of Oviedo, ESP.
- Inbreeding in the exploited limpet Patella aspera across the Macaronesia archipelagos (NE Atlantic): Implications for conservation
- Methodological evaluation of DNA-based molecular keys to identify categories of mislabelling in commercial products from genus Merluccius spp.
- Prey Capture, Ingestion, and Digestion Dynamics of Octopus vulgaris Paralarvae Fed Live Zooplankton
- Disentangling the genetic and morphological structure of Patella candei complex in Macaronesia (NE Atlantic)
- A workflow management system for early feeding of the European hake
- Trends of the genetic effective population size in the Southern stock of the European hake
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