Photo in collage featuring Thomas Juhasz
Join us in December´s webinar! Topic: Biofluorescence as a tool to identify subclinical stress in Iow trophic aquaculture species
Register now: https://bit.ly/3iE7732
- December 15th at 14:00 CET.
- Duration: up to 30 minutes.
Thomas Juhasz is a Marie Curie Ph.D. student based at University College Cork via Bantry Marine Research Station, where he works to develop non-invasive method(s) to determine subclinical stress levels in multi-trophic aquaculture species. His work focuses on a wide array of organisms, including sea urchins, sea cucumbers, king crabs, lumpfish, and seaweed. Thomas studied at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Budapest, graduating Cum Laude in February 2021. His professional focus is on the welfare and conservation of aquatic organisms in both freshwater and marine ecosystems.