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FI Fisheries Ecology

Guest at the Thünen Institute

Our Indian colleague Dr. Parasuraman Aiya Subramani is a guest at the Thünen Institute of Fisheries Ecology on a Humboldt Fellowship. His area of expertise is the behavior of fish.

Wissenschaftler bei der Arbeit im Labor
© U. Kammann /Thünen-Institut

Dr. Subramani wertet Messergebnis aus.

Dr. Subramani did not come to the Thünen Institute by chance. There was already a cooperation between his Indian university, American College Madurai, and the Fish Diseases Working Group at the Thünen Institute of Fisheries Ecology. Here he is continuing his research into the rearing of fish. Specifically, he is investigating the stress of rainbow trout under different rearing conditions, using methods from immunology and genetics.

Dr. Subramani sees many opportunities to further develop his research work at the Thünen Institute and appreciates the collaboration with his German colleagues. As an Indian, Dr. Subramani particularly misses the warm climate of his homeland in Germany. When asked what he likes about Germany, he spontaneously mentions the well-developed cycle paths in Bremerhaven.



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