Comparative and Evolutionary Neuroendocrinology:
Non-conventional aquatic models (mainly teleosts, and also chrondrosts, molluscs, cnidaria) of biological, phylogenetic, ecological or economic relevance. Field and laboratory investigations.
Basic research with applications to: aquaculture, biodiversity conservation, ecotoxicology and endocrine disruptors.
Chair Professor, National Taiwan Ocean University, Keelung, Taiwan : Comparative and Evolutionary Endocrinology
Research Grants for Aquaculture and Biodiversity Conservation (List since 2012):
Expertise for conservation of aquatic biodiversity :