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RP1 – Tecnología en Genómica Acuícola

Sebastián Boltaña Harms

Sebastián Boltaña Harms

RP1 – Tecnología en Genómica Acuícola

sboltana@udec.cl

Ph.D. 2010. Autònoma University of Barcelona, Department of animal physiology, Cellular Biology and Immunology (Cum Laude)

M.Sc. 2007. Autònoma University of Barcelona, Department of animal physiology, Cellular Biology and Immunology (Cum Laude)

B.Sc. 2001. Marine Biology, North Catholic University of Chile (First Class Honours)

Proyectos
  1. Mining microarrays for development of innovative tools for fish health in aquaculture: TSB Feasibility Project – File Ref: 131339, UK. 2013
  2. European Union FP7-KBBE-2010-4; COPEWELL-Understanding of the basic mechanisms involved in coping strategies of fish towards improvement of welfare. 2011- 2014.
  3. MEC, Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia, Spain: AquaticGenomics: Improvement of Aquaculture production by the use of biotechnological tools (2007-2012)
  4. Improving Immunity in aquaculture animals (IMAQUANIM) (Funding European Union, 2005-2009).
  5. MEC, Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia, Spain. An integrated approach to understand the effects of enteral immunostimulation upon mucosal and systemic immunity and disease resistance across cultured finfish species (2009-2011).
  6. Development of genomic and immunologic tools to select for dietary supplements with immunostimulants and antioxidant activity to increase the productivity of salmonids in culture. (Funding National Center for Educational Innovation and Research, Chile, 2008-2011
  7. Distribution and dispersal of benthic macrofauna with direct development: the link between benthic and pelagic peracarid assemblages from macroalgae. FONDECYT 1010356, Chile
Congresos

Invitado a conversatorios y seminarios

  1. Institute of Biotechnology and Biomedicine IBB (Barcelona, Spain)
  2. Web of Catalunya Aquaculture (San Carles de la Rapita, Spain)
  3. Immune genomics in fish (Santiago, Chile)
  4. Fish Immune System Seminar of M.Sc of Aquaculture (Barcelona, Spain)

Seleccionado para presentar trabajos en conferencias y publicación de abstract

  1. Boltaña S. and Thiel M. Associations between two species of snaping shrimp, Alpheus inca and Alpheopsis chilensis (Decapoda Caridea Alpheidae). XXI Congress of Marine Science (Chile, 2001).
  2. Boltaña S. Hinojosa I. Macaya E. Newman W. Ugalde P. Valdivia N. Vásquez N. Thiel M. Zoogeography of barnacle lepadomorphs associated macro algae drifting on the Chilean coast. XXIV Congress of Marine Science (Chile, 2004).
  3. Boltaña S. Reyes-López F. Mackenzie S. Fish immune response LPS or PGN: Do salmonid fishes have immune response to LPS? IX Latin American Society of Immunology Congress (Chile, 2009)
  4. Boltaña S. Teles M. Mackenzie S. Tort L. Combined effects of copper and LPS on cytokines genes expression in rainbow trout macrophages. ISDCI International Society of Developmental and Comparative Immunology (Prague, Chek Replublic, 2009)
  5. Boltaña S. Reyes-Lopez F. Mackenzie S. The transcriptomic and inflammatory response of trout macrophages to peptidoglycans from gram-negative bacteria. I Symposium of the european organisation of fish immunology (Viterbo, Italy, 2010)
  6. Boltaña S. Morera D. Tort L. Goetz F. Mackenzie S. Divergent responses to peptidoglycans derived from different E. coli serotypes influence inflammatory outcome in trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, macrophages. IX Fish Biology (Barcelona, Spain, 2010)
  7. Boltaña S. Rey S. Roher N. Huntingford F. Goetz FW. Mackenzie S. Behavioural fever and its underlying molecular mechanisms. VII European Zebrafish Meeting (Edinburgh, Scotland, 2011)
  8. Boltaña S. Rey S. Roher N. Huntingford F. Goetz FW. MacKenzie S. Behavioural fever promotes synergistic gene-environment interaction by thermalcoupling of the immune response (Barcelona, XII Spain Aquaculture congress, 2012)
  9. Boltaña S. Mackenzie S. Tridico R. Teles M. Tort L. Immune response in sea bream (Sparus aurata) after treatment with LPS of Aeromonas salmonicida and Listonella anguillarum. ISDCI International Society of Developmental and Comparative Immunology (Fukuoka, Japan, 2012)
  10. Boltaña S. Mackenzie S. Tridico R. Teles M. Tort L. Behavioural fever is a synergic signal amplifying the innate immune response. ISDCI International Society of Developmental and Comparative Immunology (Fukuoka, Japan, 2012)
Ana Teresa Fachadas Gato Coelho Gonçalves

Ana Teresa Fachadas Gato Coelho Gonçalves

RP1 – Tecnología en Genómica Acuícola

ateresagoncalves@oceanografia.udec.cl

Doctor of Philosophy in Marine Bioscience, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan

Master in Marine Science, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan

Licenciature in Marine and Fisheries Biology, University of the Algarve, Portugal

Publicaciones
  1. Al-Zaidan, A. S.; Endo, M.; Maita, M.; Gonçalves, A.T.; Futami, K.; Katagiri, T. (2013) A toxicity study concerning the effect of un-Ionized ammonia on the mucus cells response originating from the gills of Zebrafish (Danio renio). Fisheries Science.79(1):129-142
  2. Seel-audom, M.; Krongpong, L.; Futami, K.; Gonçalves, A.T.; Katagiri, T.; Areechon, N.; Endo, M.; Maita, M.; (2013) Toxicity and absorption of dietary leucomalachite green in Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus. Fisheries Science.79(1):119-127
  3. Ruano, M.; Gonçalves, A.T.; Yamakawa, T.; Aoki, I. (2013) Early life history of the rockfish Sebastes inermis inferred from microstructure and nutritional condition assessment in two temperate bays, central Japan. La Mer. 51(1): 31-47
  4. Ogimura, T.; Futami, K.; Katagiri, T.; Maita, M.; Gonçalves, A.T.; Endo, M. (2012) Deformation and blemishing of pearls caused by bacteria. Fisheries Science.78:1255-1262
  5. Gonçalves, A.T.; Maita, M.; Futami, K.; Endo, M.; Katagiri, T. (2011) Effects of a probiotic bacterial (Lactobacillus rhamnosus) dietary supplement on the confinement stress response of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). Fisheries Science. 77(4):633-642
Proyectos
  1. Metatranscriptome modulation of pre- and probiotic dietary supplementation in rainbow trout (Oncorhyncus mykiss) under intensive aquaculture conditions – 2013-2016 (Fondecyt)
  2. Development of a fish health status diagnostic and monitoring method based on blood biochemistry – 2010-2013 (Supported by Japan Society for Promotion of Science and the Japanese Government)
  3. Probiotic dietary supplementation as a stress management strategy in intensive aquaculture – 2006-2012 (Granted by Japanese Government)
Congresos
  1. Gonçalves, A.T.; Endo, M.; Kunihiko, F.; Katagiri, T.; Maita, M.; Probiotic bacteria prophylactic effect on amino acid metabolism of juvenile fish under crowding conditions. AQUA2012 (September 1-5, 2012). Prague, Czech Republic. (Oral presentation)
  2. Gonçalves, A.T.; Maita, M.; Towards Fish Welfare Assurance – Health Condition Diagnosis: A case study. 6th World Fisheries Congress (May 7-11, 2012). Edinburgh, Scotland. (Oral presentation)
  3. Gonçalves, A.T.; Maita, M.; Katagiri, T.; Endo, M.; Futami, K.; Development of a blood clinical biochemistry based model to assess physiological status of stressed fish and the beneficial effects of probiotic prophylaxis. Aquaculture Europe 2010 (October 5-8, 2010). Porto. Portugal. (Oral presentation)
  4. Gonçalves, A.T.; Maita, M.; Katagiri, T.; Endo, M.; Futami, K.; Probiotic bacteria as therapeutic agent against stress and the efficiency of a blood clinical biochemistry model to assess stress physiological. Aquaculture Europe 2010 (October 5-8, 2010). Porto. Portugal. (Poster presentation)
  5. Gonçalves, A.T.; Maita, M.; Futami, K.; Endo, M.; Katagiri, T.; Studies on the effects of dietary administration of probiotic bacteria on health condition of stressed fish. Japanese Society of Fisheries Science Autumn Meeting 2010 (September 22-25, 2010). Kyoto University. Kyoto. Japan (Oral presentation)
  6. Gonçalves, A.T.; Katagiri, T.; Futami, K.; Maita, M.; Endo, M., Effects of probiotic bacteria on the maintenance and recovery of health condition of chronically stressed fish. Aquaculture 2010 (March 1-5, 2010), San Diego, CA. (Oral presentation)
  7. Gonçalves A.T.; Futami K.; Maita M.; Endo M.; Endo M.; Katagiri T.; Can Probiotics Protect Fish Against Chronic Stress? JSPS-NRCT International Symposium Joint Seminar 2010 (February 26-27, 2010), Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan. (Poster presentation)
  8. Gonçalves, A.T.; Katagiri, T.; Maita, M.; Endo, M., A multivariate approach for health status changes on stressed fish fed with probiotic bacteria. World Aquaculture 2009 (September 25-29, 2009), Vera Cruz. (Oral presentation)
  9. Gonçalves, A.T.; Katagiri, T.; Maita, M.; Endo, M. 2008. Effects of probiotic bacterium Lactobacillus rhamnosus on the health status of Nile Tilapia exposed to stressful conditions. 5th World Fisheries Congress (October 20-24, 2008). Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan. (Poster presentation)
  10. Gonçalves, A.T.; Katagiri, T.; Maita, M.; Endo, M.; Effects of probiotic bacteria Lactobacillus rhamnosus in stress response in Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus. World Aquaculture 2008 (May 19-23, 2008), Busan, Korea. (Oral presentation)
  11. Gonçalves, A.T.; Katagiri, T.; Maita, M.; Endo, M.; The use of probiotic bacteria Lactobacillus rhamnosus to protect of the stress effects on Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus. JSPS- NRTC International Symposium Joint Seminar 2007 (December 17-18, 2007), Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand. (Oral presentation)
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