I obtained my PhD in Aquatic Biosciences from the University of Nordland in 2014. After completing my PhD, I moved to the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) for my first postdoctoral position. I did my second postdoc at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel as a Jacob Blaustein Fellow.
Superior fish health is inherent for the productivity and sustainability of aquaculture. My research interests address the basic and applied aspects of fish health with a strong focus on the physiology and immunology of mucosal barriers. I study the intricacies of the physical and biological barriers (i.e., cells, molecules) at the mucosa, as well as how these barriers are regulated by the environment (e.g., light, handling, nutrition, treatment, infection).
Full publication list can be found here: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=JFIzD_cAAAAJ&hl=en.