|Date:||June 23, 2014 (Thursday)|
|Time:||11:00 - 12:30|
|Place:||Seminar room 3&4( → Access)|
Speaker: Dr. Rex Ferdinand Traifalgar
Title: Development of molecular identification (CO1 DNA) barcode of Ichthyofauna in Panay Island, Philippine
Speaker: Dr. Jintana Salaenoi
Title: Environmental condition of bivalves culture area in Bandon bay, Southern Thailand
Title: Development of molecular identification (CO1 DNA) barcode of Ichthyofauna in Panay Island, Philippines CV: Dr. Rex Ferdinand Traifalgar is an Assistant Professor at the College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, University of Philippines in Visayas. In the university, he has been active in Research and involved in several projects on Marine Biomass Conversion and Utilization intended for the upliftment of coastal community livelihood and economies. Dr. Traifalgar is an active research member of the component 2 (Biodiversity Component) of the RIHN project on Coastal Area Capability Enhancement in South East Asia. At present he is a visiting research fellow at RHIN from April to July 2014 under Coastal Area Capability Enhancement in South East Asia project. Marine Biomass Conversion, Marine Bioactive compounds and the Application of Biochemistry and Molecular tools on Marine Biodiversity and Ecosystem management are the research interest of this person.
He received his Bachelor Degree in Fisheries Technology at the University of Philippines, Visayas (1995). On the same university he obtained his Degree on Masters of Science in Fisheries (2005). On 2009 he obtained a PhD degree in Fisheries Science at the laboratory of Aquatic Animal Nutrition and Biochemistry under the United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Kagoshima University, Kagoshima, Japan.
Title: Environmental condition of bivalves culture area in Bandon Bay, Southern Thailand CV: Dr. Jintana SALAENOI is an assistant professor at the Department of Marine Science, Faculty of Fisheries, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand. She is a RIHN visiting research fellow 2014 from April to July 2014. She has joined the Coastal Area Capability Enhancement in Southeast Asia project in the component 3, Environmental Assessment and Ecosystem Health Survey, emphasis on Bandon Bay research, Southern Thailand. Her researches involved in marine biotechnology. She focused in the biochemical changes during molting cycle of mud crab, applications of aquatic waste, phytoplankton and marine algae to the aquaculture and also interested in the researches about production of pigments from microalgae and microorganisms.
With AC projects, she do research involving the environmental condition in the cockle culture area. She determines the chemical properties and the influence of sediment characteristics to the bacterial distribution in the sediment layers.
She graduated Ph.D. in BioScience from Kasetsart University, Master of Biotechnology from Chulalongkorn University and bachelor degree in Biology from Srinakarinwiroj University.▲PAGE TOP