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researcher , Marine biologist

Mikel Aingeru Becerro, Spanish marine biologist, researcher. Achievements include research in natural variation of marine natural products in marine sponges and other benthic organisms; research in role of symbionts on levels of predation suffered by host; research in latitudinal gradient hypothesis in sponge chemical defenses; research in biotic interactions and organization of benthic communities. Fellow Marie Curie postdoctoral fellow, 2002.

Background

Becerro, Mikel Aingeru was born on January 13, 1966 in Bilbao, Spain. Son of Angel Becerro and Isabel Garcia.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Barcelona, Spain, 1994.

Career

Ramon and Cajal researcher Spanish Science Research Council, Blanes, Spain, 2002—2007, scientist, since 2007.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in natural variation of marine natural products in marine sponges and other benthic organisms. Research in role of symbionts on levels of predation suffered by host. Research in latitudinal gradient hypothesis in sponge chemical defenses.

    Research in biotic interactions and organization of benthic communities.

Membership

Member of Ecological Society of America.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Motorcycling.

Connections

Life partner Sandra Duran. 1 child Alai.

father:
Angel Becerro

mother:
Isabel Garcia

child:
Alai Becerro