Building 2, Level 3, Side south
My primary interest lies in the field of marine invertebrate. My field of research is ecology in its broad sense. I been studying the diversity and function of Antarctic invertebrates and their chemical ecology. I have studied and described some Antarctic benthic communities (from megafauna to bacteria). I have also participated in several Antarctic expeditions. For the last two years, I have training my molecular ecology toolbox, including bioinformatics and statistics of high-throughput data to expand my knowledge of Arctic ecology, for broadening the understanding of polar ecosystem functioning.