YearNameSending instituteReceiving instituteTitle of research topicPresented in Newsletter nr.
2017Angela BartoloOceanlab, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, UKStation Biologique de Roscoff, CNRS – UPMC, Roscoff, FranceElucidating Malta’s seaweed biodiversity using the Germling Emergence Method and DNA Barcoding
2017Andrey LavrovLomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, RussiaMediterranean Institute of marine and terrestrial Biodiversity and Ecology, Station Marine d’Endoume, Marseille, FranceComparative investigation of regeneration in sponges (Porifera)
2016Vasilis GerovasileiouHellenic Centre for Marine Research, Crete, GreeceMediterranean Institute of marine and terrestrial Biodiversity and Ecology, Station Marine d’Endoume, Marseille, FranceThe ecological quality and biodiversity of marine caves in the eastern Mediterranean Sea
2016Marieke FeisAlfred Wegener Institute, Wadden Sea Station Sylt, List/Sylt, GermanyMediterranean Institute of marine and terrestrial Biodiversity and Ecology, Station Marine d’Endoume, Marseille, FranceInvasion genomics of two congeneric parasites
2014/2015Valentina PitaccoMarine Biology Station of Piran, Piran, SloveniaHellenic Centre for Marine Research, Crete, GreeceThe associated fauna of stony coral (C. caespitosa) in the Northern Adriatic and Aegean Sea2015 04/05; 2015 06/10
2014/2015Nadezhda Rimskaya‐KorsakovaFaculty of Biology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, RussiaMarine Biology Section, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DenmarkThe nervous system and sensory organs of adult Osedax priapus and non paedomorphic male Osedax priapus2015 04/05; 2015 06/10
2012/2013Alessia DinoiUniversity of Salento, ItalyCentre de Recherches Insulaires et Observatoire de l’Environnement (CRIOBE), Perpignan, FranceGenetic connectivity patterns in a bivalve: Donacilla cornea (wedge clam)2014 01/02 2014 03/04 2014 11/12
2012/2013Daniel CrespoUniversity of Coimbra, PortugalUniversity of Southampton, UKImpact of the biodiversity compositional changes (due to global ecological changes) in the ecosystem functioning of transitional waters2014 01/02 2014 09
2010/2011Inês do Carmo Alves MartinsDepartment of Oceanography and Fisheries, Horta, PortugalFaculty of Marine and Environmental Sciences, University of Algarve, Faro, PortugalBathymodiolus azoricus physiological adaptations and survival strategies at deep-sea hydrothermal vent sites
2008/2009Ana Marta GonçalvesInstitute of Marine Research, Coimbra, PortugalGhent University, BelgiumThe dynamics and structure of zooplankton communities in the Mondego estuary (Portugal): a functional approach
2008/2009Daria EzgetaInstitute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Split, CroatiaUniversity College, Cork, IrelandDetermination of bivalve diet using stomach contents analysis9
2006/2007Nova MieszkowskaMarine Biological Association, Plymouth, UKStation Biologique de Roscoff, FranceArchival, resurvey and analysis of long-term data sets to detect climate-driven biogeographic shifts(8)
2006/2007Nika StaglicicInstitute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Split, CroatiaUniversity of Lecce, ItalyThe use of non-destructive techniques for assessing the effectiveness of marine protected areas8
2006/2007Mateja GregoMarine Biology Station, Piran, SloveniaGhent University, BelgiumImpact of fish culture on meiofauna in the Bay of Piran – a structural and functional approach9
2005Mikhail O. SonInstitute of Biology of the Southern Seas, Sevastopol, UkraineEstonian Marine InstituteCorridor of molluscs invasion “Black Sea – Baltic Sea”(8)
2005Thanos DailianisHellenic Centre for Marine Research, Crete, GreeceCentre d’Oceanologie de Marseille, FranceImplementation of the study on Mediterranean commercial sponges at a pan-European level: stress markers expression, reproduction and population studies cancelled
2005Katya IvanovaInstitute of Biology of the Southern Seas, Sevastopol, UkraineSchool of Ocean Sciences University of Wales, UKDiversity of Meiofauna of Cold Seeps in Shallow Waters of the Black and Irish Seas8
2005Jasmin Annica GodboldOceanlab, University of Aberdeen, UKGöteborg University, Kristineberg Marine Research Station, SwedenSpecies diversity effects on ecosystem function: niche differentiation through resource partitioning(8)
2004Agata WeydmannInstitute of Oceanology, Sopot, PolandCentre d’Oceanologie de Marseille, FranceDoes genetic diversity of Arctic fauna depend on the life strategy8
2004Ylenia CarotenutoStatione Zoologica, Naples, ItalyUniversity of Bergen, NorwayNovel molecular methods to quantify selective in-situ feeding by common marine copepods8
2003Katerina SevastouInstitute of Marine Biology of Crete, GreeceSenckenberg, Wilhelmshaven, GermanyMeiofaunal biodiversity in the oligotrophic environment of the Mediterranean Sea7
2003Katharina ReichertBiological Institute at Helgoland, AWI, GermanyUniversity of Amsterdam, Netherlands8
2003Oksana AnikyeyevaInstitute of Biology of the Southern Seas, Sevastopol, UkraineSOC, Southampton, UKSoft-shelled foraminifera in the Black Sea, with an emphasis on Allogromiina7
2003Rogério Ribeiro FerrazUniversity of the Azores, PortugalMarine Biological Association, Plymouth, UKManagement of limpets in the Azores7
2002Piotr KuklinskiInstitute of Oceanology, Sopot, PolandCentre d’Oceanologie de Marseille, FranceBryozoan taxonomy and ecology6
2001Lara Arroyo HailuotoUniversidad Complutense de Madrid, SpainAAU, Aland, FinlandEffect of drifting algal mats on meiobenthic communities in the Northern Baltic Sea. Implications on Harpacticoid copepod diversity and dispersal5
2001Maria SalomidiUniversity of the Aegean, GreeceSME / COM-CNRS, Marseille, FranceMethods and techniques of hard bottom benthos study for ecological quality evaluation5
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