My main research interests are in environmental, endocrinological, genetic and molecular control of fish physiology especially broodstock management, early maturation and growth, the photoperiodism network (particularly melatonin and the circadian axis), chronobiology systems (particularly clock systems), genetic manipulation for sterility and cleanerfish production for the biological control of sea lice. Research activities cover a range of temperate and tropical teleost species including new species for Aquaculture.
Carboni S (2013) Research and development of hatchery techniques to optimise juvenile production of the edible Sea Urchin, Paracentrotus lividus, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Stirling.
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ParaFishControl - Advanced Tools and Research Strategies for Parasite Control in European farmed fish
PI: Professor James Bron
Funded by: European Commission
SAIC Equipment Award
PI: Professor James Turnbull
Funded by: Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC)
Optimsation and implementation of sterile triploid salmon in Scotland
PI: Professor Herve Migaud
Funded by: Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council