SERL hosts Fiona Tomas Nash from Oregon State University and IMEDEA (Spain)


Fiona completed her Bachelor's and MSc at University of Barcelona, then her Ph.D. at the same unviersity under Javier Romero and Xavier Turon. She has since worked at Bodega Marine Laboratory, Scripps Intitute as well as the Centro de Estudios Avanzados de Blanes, Spain. She now holds professorship positions at Instituto Mediterraneo de Estudios Avanzados in Mallorca, Spain and Oregon State University. Fiona's research focuses on the processes and mechanisms that regulate the structure and functioning of marine benthic systems, with particular emphasis on how human activities transform them. See Fiona's lab website here.

Some of Fiona's publications