I started in Nofima as an intern in the Breeding and Genetics department, where I studied the effect of lice and temperature on salmon skin using genomic tools.
I now get to apply the learning outcomes from these experiences in the fish health department by investigating the etiology of diseases in salmon and collaborating with the practical aspects of projects from the fish nutrition department.
With an international background and a M.Sc. in biology, I have done my master thesis in the potential of triggering conditioning hormesis in striped catfish to increasing salinity in the context of sea level rise in the Vietnamese aquaculture.
I am driven by the desire to increase the sector’s sustainability and its resilience to climate change.
As a young scientist I strive to keep on learning and contribute to industry-relevant projects.