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The Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology is administrated by a Director, a Vice Director and Research Coordinator. A Steering Committee has the primary responsibility for coordination and planning of research. An Advisory Board reviews the progress and research plans yearly.

Steering Committee

The Steering Committee consists of senior researchers at the Centre and the Research officer. The Steering Committee is chaired by the Director. In addition there is one repersentative for the younger researchers and one for the PhD students in Steering committee for one year at a time.

Senior researchers:

  • Prof. Kerstin Johannesson, CeMEB Director & Chair person,
    Department of Marine Sciences
  • Prof. Anders Blomberg, CeMEB Deputy Director, Department of Chemistry and Molecular Science
  • Prof. Carl Andre, Department of Marine Sciences
  • Senior lecturer Sam Dupont, Department of Biology and Environmental Sciences
  • Senior lecturer Karin Hårding, Department of Biology and Environmental Sciences
  • Dr. Jon Havenhand, Department of Marine Sciences
  • Prof. Per Jonsson, Department of Marine Sciences
  • Prof. Lotta Kvarnemo, Department of Biology and Environmental Sciences
  • Prof. Henrik Pavia, Department of Marine Sciences
  • Ph.L. Eva Marie Rödström, Coordinator, Department of Marine Sciences

The committee have the primary responsibility for coordinating and planning of the Centre's activities.

Current Steering committee

Advisory Board

The Advisory Board is appointed by the Steering Committee.

Prof. Jeanine Olsen, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Prof. Staffan Bensch, University of Lund, Sweden
Prof. Erik Bonsdorff, Åbo Academy, Finland
Prof Stig Omholt, Norwegian University of Life Sciences and Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Prof Andy Cameron, Centre for Computational Regulatory Genomics,
California Institute of Technology, USA

The advisory board contributes pro-actively to the development of CeMEB, by participating in CeMEB assemblies and having discussions with the steering committee and the directors

Organization chart

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A member can be anyone whose research, activities and/or network will contribute in a positive way to the development of the research within CeMEB.

An applicant will first be invited by the Steering committee to participate at a CeMEB Assembly before applying for membership. Full membership can only be considered for researchers from the University of Gothenburg. Other members will be regarded as Associated members.

If you would like to know more about CeMEB or how to become a member please contact Eva Marie Rödström.

Page Manager: Eva Marie Rödström|Last update: 5/30/2019

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