During my doctorate, I will aim to use both in vivo (laboratory techniques) and in silico (computational techniques) to develop a toolbox for cold-adapted microalgae species Rhodomonas baltica and its response to pollutant stressors.
Newcastle University, UK
The primary goal of our project is to develop a physiologically based toxicokinetic (PBTK) model in halibut. PBTK models allow the prediction of the concentration and internal distribution of chemicals in various organisms. During my PhD, I will take the model developed for halibut and explore how it can be applied and optimised in other marine fish species to develop more precise species-specific PBTK models.
Clemson University, US
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