Lena Granhag

Associate Professor at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Division of Maritime Studies

Lena's background is in marine ecology working with biofouling on ship hulls. During a Marie Curie Fellowship at Plymouth Marine Laboratory in UK, Lena worked with the impact of bacterial films for development of biofouling, using the technique Fluorescence in situ Hybridization (FISH) to detect and localize different bacteria. During a post doc at Kristineberg Marine Research Station Lena worked with the american comb-jellyfish (Mnemiopsis leidyi). In the projects Invasive Species Action Plan (ISAP) and COMPLETE PLUS Lena work with marine alien species introduced with ballast water and via ship hulls. She is member of the expert group Ballast Water and Other Ship Vectors in International Marine Research Council (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea ICES).
​SJO 851 Towards sustainable shipping
SJM 040 Hållbar sjöfart ur ett miljöperspektiv

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