3rd PhD Symposium

3rd PhD Symposium FBA

Welcome to the 3rd PhD symposium at the Faculty of Biosciences and Aquaculture. The goal of the PhD symposium is to create a supportive atmosphere for the mandatory internal presentations, where the PhD-students can present and receive feedback on their ongoing work. The symposium also aims to enable PhD students to interact with other participants in order to stimulate an exchange of ideas, suggestions and experiences.

Start date:

14 May 2019 09:00

End date:

15 May 2019 15:30

Location:

Room 1111


Tuesday 14. May

​09:00-09:15
​Coffee and welcome

​09:15-09:30
​Disposal of mine tailings in Norwegian fjords and impact on key ecosystem species
​Linn Hjelmeland Svendheim
​09:35-10:20
​Potential impact of microplastics on the environmental footprint of Atlantic salmon farming
​Isabel Abihssira Garcia
10:20-10:30
​Coffee break

​10:35-11:00
​Diversity patterns of deep fjord macrobenthic communities and their response to organic enrichment from aquaculture
​Valentin Kokarev
​11:00-11:15
Industrial smolt production and its impact on animal welfare
​John Björn Sällebrant
​11:15-12:00
​The Genetic Basis, Causes, And Consequences Of Variation In Smolt Migration Timing In Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar)
​Helge B. Bjerck
​12:00-13:00
​Lunch
​13:00-13:15
Metabolomic characterization of diet-induced enteritis in zebrafish​​Adnan Gora
​13:15-14:00
​Studies of the gut microbiota of Tilapia across generations
​Yousri Abdelhafiz
​14:00-14:25
Lipid metabolism in the cold-adapted microalga Koliella antarctica
​Hirono Suzuki
​14:25-14:40
​Elucidating the effects of dietary glucans on the gut microbiota and the immune system of zebrafish
Saima Rehman
14:45-15:30
​Poster sessio and coffee


Wednesday 15. May

​09:00-09:10
​Coffee and welcome

​09:10-09:55
​Responses of the intestinal immune cells of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) to dietary components
​Youngjin Park
​09:55-10:20
​Application of ensiled macroalgae as a bioactive feed ingredients
​Ying Yen
​10:20-10:30
​Coffee Break

​10:30-10:55
​Non-coding RNAs as drug targets explored by next-generation sequencing 
Betty Martine Furulund
​10:55-11:10
​Investigating the role of marine seaweeds as an alternative feed source for land-based farm animals
​Deepak Pandey
​11:15-12:00
​Sexsea seaweed: Evolution of reproductive genes in Fucoid species
​William Hatchett
12:00-13:00
​Lunch

​13:00-13:45
​The potential of plant protein ingredients in diets for juvenile lumpfish (Cyclopterus lumpus)
​Florence Perera
​13:45-14:10
​Effect of temperature and pH on epigenetic information in gametes and early embryos of zebrafish 
​Paula Berutti
​14:10-14:35
​Population genomics and spatial planning of common skate (Dipturus batis-complex)
​Aurelien Delaval
​14:35-14:45
​Closure/evaluation

​14:45-15:30
​Poster session and coffee


Posters

​Sympatric stickleback in space: understanding adaptive responses to heterogeneous landscapes
​Thijs Mattheus Peter Bal
​Metabolomic characterization of diet-induced enteritis in zebrafish
​Adnan Gora
​Reinforcing Reinforcement: Reinforcement in Fucus distichus and Fucus serratus
​William Hatchett
​Ribo-Meth Seq analysis of zebrafish rRNA 2'-O methylation modifications
​Sowmy Ramachandran
​Lipid metabolism in the cold-adapted microalga Koliella Antarctica
​Hirono Suzuki
​Intestinal health of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar fed different combinations of marine and plant ingredients
​Solveig Lysfjord Sørensen
​Sequencing the spurdog genome (Squalus acanthias)
​C. Isabel Wagner
​Application of ensiled macroalgae as a bioactive feed ingredients
​Ying Yeng


PhD symposium booklet 2019


Start date:

14 May 2019 09:00

End date:

15 May 2019 15:30

Location:

Room 1111