On the challenges and opportunities facing fish biology: a discussion of five key knowledge gaps,
in Journal of Fish Biology : Special Issue: Understanding Fish Populations, FSBI 50th Anniversary Symposium, University of Exeter, U.K. 3–7 July 2017.
pp. 690-698Full Text
Key Research Interests
I predominately work in Aquaculture and in particular study the interactions between nutrition, fish physiology and reproduction. In my current position I am verifying the reporductive potential of triploid Atlantic salmon and examining the differences in nutrient metabolism between tripoid and diploid farmed fish
In previous positions I have examined the biochemical pathway for endogenous synthesis of fatty acids in Arctic charr and the effect of welfare on energy metabolism pathways in pikeperch. I also have a strong interest in the drivers of phenotypic variation in fish populations and establishing functional links between genes and phenotypes.