Juvenile development in Atlantic salmon: ruled by light and salt?

Juvenile development in Atlantic salmon: ruled by light and salt?
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Professor David Hazlerigg will give the next talk in the SBS Friday research seminar series on his work with Atlantic Salmon.

Professor David Hazlerigg trained as an undergraduate in Applied Biology at the University of Bath, where he first developed an interest in chronobiology (the study of biological rhythms). This led him to post-graduate study under Michael Hastings at the University of Cambridge, leading to a PhD on “The cellular actions of melatonin”. He then moved to the University of Aberdeen Aberdeen, where he held a Personal Chair in the School of Biological Sciences. Since September 2013 he is Professor at the Arctic University of Tromsø, Norway. His current research focuses on the neurobiological mechanisms governing seasonal and developmental chronobiology in mammals.

We are pleased to have a former SBS colleague back for this opportunity to hear about his current research. 

Speaker
Professor David Hazlerigg
Hosted by
Professor Sam Martin
Venue
Zoology Lecture Theatre - Ground Floor
Contact

No booking required - all welcome.