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Speakers

 

Invited speakers


Fred Allendorf

 

Fred W Allendorf is Regents Professor Emeritus of Biology at the University of Montana. His primary interest is the applications of genetics and population biology to the conservation of animals and plants. Allendorf is a world leader in the field, and, together with colleagues Gordon Luikart and Sally Aitken, he has written the widely acknowledged book Conservation and the Genetics of Populations.

Dorte Bekkevold

 

 

 

Dorte Bekkevold is Senior Researcher at the Technical University of Denmark National Institute of Aquatic Resources. She is since many years a leading profile in fish stock genetics, linking basic research on population structure to the use of this information in management and conservation.

Craig Primmer

 

 

 

Craig Primmer is Academy Professor of Biology, earlier at University of Turku but recently moved to University of Helsinki. His work focuses on understanding the molecular processes underlying adaptation in salmonid fishes and applying this knowledge in conservation and management.

Elisabeth Sahlsten

 

 

 

Elisabet Sahlsten is an analyst at the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management. She works at the Science Affairs Department with strategic planning including the development and quality assurance of monitoring methods. Elisabeth has a PhD in Marine Microbioloy.

 


BONUS BAMBI speakers


Carl André is Professor in Marine Ecology at University of Gothenburg, and a knowledgeable researcher on cod genetics. Together with colleagues in Norway and Denmark he has been involved in comprehensive studies of differentiation among local stocks of cod in the Baltic and the North Sea.

Kerstin Johannesson is Professor of Marine Ecology at University of Gothenburg. Her expertise is on local adaptation, including adaptation of marine species to the Baltic Sea. Kerstin leads the BONUS-Bambi project.

Per Jonsson is Professor in Marine Ecology and Biohydrodynamics at the University of Gothenburg. His expertise is on modelling marine dispersal and connectivity in the seascape based on oceanographic models combined with biological traits. His recent research on dispersal barriers and connectivity with implications for optimal design of MPAs in the Baltic Sea is very relevant for management of genetic diversity.

Linda Laikre is Professor of Population Genetics at University of Stockholm, and with a long standing focus on conservation genetics. Her work spans from conservation genetics of wolves to fishes.

Annica Sandström is Professor in political science at Luleå University of Technology. Her work includes empirical studies on the socio-political complexities of marine governance as well as more theory-driven work on policy implementation, policy networks and the role of policy coalitions and learning in natural resource governance.

Lovisa Wennerström has a PhD in population genetics from last year and her doctoral thesis largely focused on genetic variation patterns of Baltic Sea species. In particular, Lovisa has extensive knowledge on the genetics of the Baltic pike.

 

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