Henry Morgane

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Personal InformationHenry Morgane
PositionAssistant Researcher
Field & DegreePhD in Fish Immunology
Research FieldFish Health
E-mail Address morgane@hcmr.gr
Phone2291076493
AddressHCMR 46.7 km of Athens – Sounio Ave. 19013 Anavissos Attica, Greece
ORCID iD0000-0002-8911-6362

Fish immunology
Fish resistance to diseases
Bacterial and parasitical challenge
Dietary insects
Immunostimulants
Dietary supplementation
Dietary requirements for optimal immune status

Dr. Morgane Henry has a long experience in the immunology of various fish and shellfish species. She acquired her PhD from the University of Aberdeen (Scotland, UK) studying antibacterial peptides in rainbow trout. After a post-doc in human allergies at King's College (London, UK), she joined HCMR (Athens, Greece) in 2000. She has participated in many EU and national projects studying the effect of nutrition (insects, immunostimulants, probiotics, minerals, fishmeal and fish oil replacement...), stress or pollution on the fish immune system and on the fish resistance to diseases. She also has studied the effects of diseases commonly affecting Mediterranean aquaculture fish species on their immune system.

Publication recordNo of ProjectsThesis supervision
H-index (scopus): 14
Articles: 32Princ. Invest.: 1MSc: 1
Citations-total: 714Project member: 26
Citations-nonself: 575Funding: 339,386
Year (completed) Degree, Department, University, Town (optional), Country
2000PhD in Fish Immunology, Dept of Zoology, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
1995MSc in Marine Biosciences, Universite de Marseille, Luminy II, MArseille, France
1994BSc in Oceanography, University de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest, France
Year (start) Position – Organization, Town (optional), Country
2017Assistant Researcher at HCMR, Greece
2007Research fellow at HCMR, Greece
2000Post-doc at HCMR, Greece
1999Post-Doc at King's College London, UK
1996Research fellow, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
Language Basic/Intermediate/Proficient
Englishproficient
GreekIntermediate

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