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The Working Group

The Working Group consists of 39 scientists, leaders in their discipline. They are the national, european and global experts, providing the necessary information and data in order to achieve the aims of the project.

Scientist

Institution

Competency

Australia

Elizur, Abigail

University of the Sunshine Coast

Puberty

France

Bobe, Julian

INRA-SCRIBE

Egg quality

Dufour, Sylvie

MNHN / CNRS

Farming systems, puberty

Falcon, Jack

CNRS

Photoperiod

Fontaine, Pascal

University of Nancy / INRA

Farming systems, puberty

Fostier, Alexis

INRA-SCRIBE

Farming systems, sexual differentiation

Guigen, Yann

INRA-SCRIBE

Sexual differentiation

Kah, Olivier

University of Rennes 1 / CNRS

Puberty, sexual differentiation

Lareyre, Jean-Jacques

INRA-SCRIBE

Puberty

Le Gac, Florence

INRA-SCRIBE

Puberty

Pakdel, Farzad

University of Rennes 1

Ecotoxicology

Prunet, Patrick

INRA-SCRIBE

Well-being

Greece

Mylonas, Constantinos

HCMR

Biotechnology, spawning induction

Israel

Levavi-Sivan, Berta

HUJI

Puberty

Lubzens, Esther

Israel Oceanographic & Limnological Research Unit

Egg quality

Italy

Carnevali, Oliano

Universita Politecnica delle Marche

Egg quality

Netherlands

Bogerd, Jan

University of Utrecht

Puberty

Schulz, Rüdiger

University of Utrecht

Puberty, sexual differentiation

Norway

Andersson, Eva

IMR

Puberty

Babiak, Igor

Bodo University College

Sexual differentiation

Male, Rune

University of Bergen

Sexual differentiation

Norberg, Birgitta

IMR

Egg quality, farming systems

Stefansson, Sigurd

Univerity of Bergen

Puberty

Taranger, Geir-Lasse

IMR

Farming systems, puberty

Portugal

Canario, Adelino

Centre of Marine Sciences

Behaviour

UK

Migaud, Hervé

University of Stirling

Photoperiod

Spain

Carrillo, Manuel

CSIC

Farming systems, puberty

Cerda, Joan

IRTA

Egg quality

Gomez, Ana

CSIC

Biotechnology

Mananos, Evaristo

CSIC

Puberty

Munoz-Cueto, José Antonio

University of Cadiz

Photoperiod

Piferrer, Francesc

CSIC

Sexual differentiation

Zanuy, Silvia

CSIC

Puberty, farming systems

Taiwan

Chang, Ching Fong

National Taiwan Ocean University

Sexual differentiation

USA

Schreck, Carl

Oregon State University

Well-being

Swanson, Penny

NOAA

Well-being

Zohar, Yonathan

Center of Marine Biotechnology

Biotechnology, spawning induction

Japan

Makito, Kobayashi

International Christian University

Behaviour

Yoshisaki, Goro

Tokyo University of Fisheries

Sexual differentiation