My research is diverse, ranging from ecology to genomics and gene regulation. I mainly focus on sex differentiation, population, aquaculture and invasion genomics. I use interdisciplinary approaches combining NGS techniques to answer ecological questions. I consider myself as a wet-lab experimentalist with a wide experience in bioinformatics. I am involved in several genome projects in aquaculture fish and invasive species. Recent focus: The implication of long non-coding RNAs in sex differentiation in fish and the adaptation success of an exotic seagrass in relation with global warming.
|Year (completed)||Degree, Department, University, Town (optional), Country|
|2018||PhD, Biology, University of Crete, Herakleion, Greece|
|2011||MScRes, Biology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece|
|2008||BSc.Hons., Biology, University of Crete, Herakleion, Greece|
|Year (start)||Position – Organization, Town (optional), Country|
|2016||Research Fellow- H.C.M.R.|
|2012||PhD scholarship-H.C.M.R./University of Crete|