A Marine Biologist of the Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris, France), Dr. Detree completed her Doctorate at the Roscoff Marine Station (France) on molecular mechanisms underlying symbiosis near fumaroles in marine abysses.
Dr. Detree’s career has been devoted to researching molecular mechanisms used by marine invertebrates in their adaptations to extreme conditions and/or anthropogenic stress.
Dr. Detree is currently studying the adaptation of marine organisms at the IDEAL Research Center.
- Detree C., López-Landavery E., Gallardo-Escárate C., Lafarga-De la Cruz F., (2017) Transcriptome mining of immune-related genes in the muricid snail Concholepas concholepas. Fish and Shellfish Immunology doi :10.1016/j.fsi.2017.09.061 1050-4648
- Castillo N., Saavedra LM., Gallardo-Escárate C., Vargas C.A., Détrée C., (2017) Ocean acidification and pathogen exposure modulate the immune response of the edible mussel Mytilus chilensis. Fish and Shellfish Immunology. doi:10.1016/j.fsi.2017.08.047
- Detree C., Lallier F.H., Tanguy A., Mary J. (2017). Identification and gene expression of multiple peptidoglycan recognition proteins (PGRPs) in the deep-sea mussel Bathymodiolus azoricus, involvement in symbiosis?. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part B, doi:10.1016/j.cbpb.2017.02.002
- Détrée C., Núñez-Acuña G., Tapia F., Gallardo-Escárate C., (2017). Long non-coding RNAs are associated with spatiotemporal gene expression profiles in the marine gastropod Tegula atra. Marine Genomics, doi: 10.1016/j.margen.2017.01.002.
- Détrée C., Nuñez-Acuña G., Roberts S., Gallardo-Escárate C., (2016). Uncovering the complex transcriptome response of Mytilus chilensis against Saxitoxin: implications of harmful algal blooms on mussel populations. PLOs One, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0165231.
Dr. Höfer is a Biologist from the University of Oviedo, Spain, where he also completed a Master’s in Biology applied to the Sustainability of Natural Resources and a Doctorate in Biology. Furthermore, he is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Marine and Limnological Sciences of the Universidad Austral de Chile.
Dr. Hofer’s primary research lines dealing with plankton cover: population ecology, spacio-temporal distributions, trophic ecology, flows of matter, pelagic-benthic coupling, and the characterization of the actual role played by salps and krill in the biogeochemical carbon cycle around the western Antarctic Peninsula.
He is currently collaborating with GEOMAR to understand glacial contributions of macro- and micronutrients and their potential effects on high-latitude plankton communities.
- Höfer J, N Wiedberg, A Molina.Ramirez, Cañas-Rueda AF, L Garcia-Florez, M Fernandez-Rueda and JL Acuña (2016) Small-scale effects of a river plume front on the distribution of salps and doliolids.J Plankton Res 37(6), 1166-1180.
- Höfer J, C Muñiz, N Wiedberg, L Garcia-Florez, and JL Acuña (2017) High densities of stalked barnacle larvae (Pollicipes pollicipes) inside a river plume. J Plankton Res 39(2), 316-329.
- Caceres C, Gonzalez-Taboada FG, Höfer J, Anadon R (2013) Phytoplankton Growth and Microzooplankton Grazing in the Subtropical Northeast Atlantic. PLoS ONE 8(7): e69159. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0069159
- Romero Romero S, A Molina Alvarez, J Höfer and JL Acuña (2016) Body size-based trophic structure of a deep marine ecosystem. Ecology, 97(1), 171-181.
- Romero Romero S, A Molina Alvarez, J Höfer, G Duinveld, A Rumín-Caparrós, A Sanchez-Vidal, M Canals and JL Acuña (2016) Seasonal pathways of organic matter within the Aviles submarine canyon: food web implications. Deep Sea Res. I, 117, 1-10.
Mireia Mestre Martin
Dr. Mestre holds a PhD in Oceanography from the Universidad de Las Palmas in Gran Canaria and the Instituto de Ciencias del Mar in Barcelona and a Master’s Degree in Biological, Marine, and Environmental Sciences Research from the Universidad de Alicante (UA), where she also studied Biology and Oceanography.
Her research focuses on marine microbial ecology. Accordingly, her thesis concentrated on descriptions of prokaryotic diversity in the ocean and understanding the factors that control the structure of prokaryotic communities. Specifically, she analyzed pelagic prokaryotes (both free-living and those associated with particles) as well as their spatial and temporal variability on different scales.
Dr. Mestre is currently embarking on a line of work designed to study the role of microorganisms in the ecosystem processes of the Southern Ocean.
- Mestre M, Ruiz-González C, Logares R, Duarte CM, Gasol JM & Sala MM (2018). Sinking particles promote vertical connectivity in the ocean microbiome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), 115(29), E6799-E6807; doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1802470115
- Mestre M, Borrull E, Sala MM, Gasol JM. (2017). Patterns of bacterial diversity in the marine planktonic particulate matter continuum. ISME J 11, 999-1010; doi:10.1038/ismej.2016.166
- Mestre M, Ferrera I, Borrull E, Ortega-Retuerta E, Mbedi S, Grossart HP, Gasol JM, Sala MM (2017) Spatial variability of marine bacterial and archaeal communities along the particulate matter continuum. Molecular Ecology 26, 6827–6840; doi:10.1111/mec.14421
- Ortega-Retuerta E, Sala MM, Borrull E, Mestre M, Aparicio FL, Gallisai R, Antequera C, Marrasé C, Peters F, Simó R, Gasol JM (2017). Horizontal and vertical distributions of Transparent Exopolymer Particles (TEP) in the NW Mediterranean Sea are linked to Chlorophyll a and O2 variability. Frontiers in Microbiology, 7; doi:10.3389/fmicb.2016.02159
- Sebastián M, Smith AF, González JM, Fredricks HF, Van Mooy B, Koblížek M, Brandsma J, Koster G, Mestre M, Mostajir B, Pitta P, Postle AD, Sánchez P, Gasol JM, Scanlan DJ, Chen Y. (2015). Lipid remodelling is a widespread strategy in marine heterotrophic bacteria upon phosphorus deficiency. ISME J 10, 968–978; doi:10.1038/ismej.2015.
Dr. Bozzeda has a Bachelor of Environmental Sciences and a Doctorate of Environmental Sciences from the Universidad de Boloña, Italy.
Mr. Bozzeda has supervised diverse undergraduate projects in Marine Biology and Environmental Sciences. Throughout his career, he has focused on researching new technology for secure coasts, utilizing ecosystem modeling and the consequences of extreme flooding as a tool. He has participated in the development of tools to support decision-making in marine protected areas.
At present, he is studying possible ecological, social, and economic feedback connected to the fishery and salmon industry, developing climate change scenarios and different resource management options.
- Zanuttigh, B., Simcic, D., Bagli, S., Bozzeda, F., Pietrantoni, L., Zagonari, F., Hoggart, S., & Nicholls, R. J. (2013). THESEUS decision support system for coastal risk management. Coastal Engineering.
- Bozzeda F., Zangrillib M., Defeo Om. Assessing sandy beach macrofaunal patterns along large-scaleenvironmental gradients: A Fuzzy Naïve Bayes approach.
- Hanley, S.P.G. Hoggart, D.J. Simmonds, A. Bichot, M.A. Colangelo, F. Bozzeda, H. Heurtefeux, B. Ondiviela, R. Ostrowski, M. Recio, R. Trude, E. Zawadzka-Kahlau, R.C. Thompson (2013). Shifting sands? Coastal protection by sand banks, beaches and dunes. Coastal Engineering.
- Zanuttigh B., Martinelli L., Bozzeda F., Colangelo M., Pietrantoni L., Zagonari F., Prati G. (2014) Risk Assessment and mitigation in a low – lying coastal area : Cesenatico, Northern Italy. Book Chapter ( Coastal Risk Management in a Changing Climate – Elsevier ).
- Taramelli, A., Cornacchia L., Bozzeda F., Valentini E. (2016) A hibrid power law approach for spatial and temporal analysis of salt marsh evolution. Journal of Coastal Research