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CeMEB members gathered at a meeting at Tjärnö marine laboratory
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Members

The CeMEB community gathers almost 100 researchers from different disciplines at universities around the world.

Anna Abramova, Department of Chemistry & Molecular Biology

Magnus Alm Rosenblad, Department of Chemistry & Molecular Biology - Gothenburg/NBIS

Björn Andersson, Department of Marine Sciences

Carl André, Department of Marine Sciences

Emma Berdan, Department of Marine Sciences

Anders Blomberg, Department of Chemistry & Molecular Biology

Göran Broström, Department of Marine Sciences

Roger Butlin, Department of Marine Sciences, University of Gothenburg and Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield, UK

Isabel Casties, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences 

Malin Celander, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences 

Adrian Clarke, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences 

Pierre de Wit, Department of Marine Sciences

Aurélien De Jode, Department of Marine Sciences

Sam Dupont, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences 

Swantje Enge, Department of Marine Sciences

Martin Eriksson, Department of Marine Sciences

Ellika Faust, Department of Marine Sciences

Leon Green, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Karin Harding, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences 

Jon Havenhand, Department of Marine Sciences 

Marlene Jahnke, Department of Marine Sciences

Kerstin Johannesson, Department of Marine Sciences 

Oskar Johansson, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Per Jonsson, Department of Marine Sciences 

Alexandra Kinnby, Department of Marine Sciences

Olga Kourtchenko, Department of Marine Sciences 

Charlotta Kvarnemo, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences 

Erika Leder, Department of Marine Sciences

Alan Le Moan, Department of Marine Sciences

Ulrika Lind, Department of Chemistry & Molecular Biology

Bernhard Mehlig, Department of Physics

Göran Nylund, Department of Marine Sciences

Matthias Obst, Department of Marine Sciences 

Olga Ortega-Martinez, Department of Marine Sciences

Marina Panova, Department of Marine Sciences 

Henrik Pavia, Department of Marine Sciences 

Ricardo Pereyra, Department of Marine Sciences 

Samuel Perini, Department of Marine Sciences

Matt Pinder, Department of Marine Sciences

Marina Rafajlovic, Department of Marine Sciences

Suda Parimala Ravindran, Department of Marine Sciences

Eva Marie Rödström, coordinator, Department of Marine Sciences

James Reeve, Department of Marine Sciences

Anna-Karin Ring, Department of Marine Sciences

André Soares, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Kristina Snuttan Sundell, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences 

Matteo Tomasini, Department of Marine Sciences 

Gunilla Toth, Department of Marine Sciences 

Mats Töpel, Department of Marine Sciences

Jonas Warringer, Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology

Irene Adrian-KalchhauserDepartment of Infections Diseases and Pathobiology, University of Bern, Switzerland 

Marina Axelson-FiskMathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology | University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Sarah Bourlat, Center for Molecular Biodiversity Research (zmb), Zoological Museum Alexander Koenig, Bonn, Germany, and SeAnalytics AB, Sweden

Grégory Charrier, LEMAR (UMR CNRS 6539), University of Brest, France

Henrik ChristiansenLaboratory of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Genomics, KUniversity of Leuven; Belgium 

Mikael Dahl, Sweden

Rui FariaDepartment of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield, 

Mats Grahn, School of Life Sciences, Södertörn University, Sweden

Cecilia Helmerson, Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis, Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo, Norway

Johan Hollander, World Maritime University (WMU), International Maritime Organisation (IMO), Sweden 

Emma Johansson, Department of Biology, Lund University, Sweden

Fredrik Jutfelt, Department of Biology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway

Anna-Sara Krång, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Sweden

Jenny LarssonMolecular Ecology Laboratory, The University of Sheffield, 

Josefin Larsson, School of Life Sciences, Södertörn University, Sweden

Sonja Leidenberger, Shool of Bioscience, University of Skövde, Sweden

Kai Lohbeck, Limnological Institute, University of Konstanz, Germany

Torbjörn Lundh, Mathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology | University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Felix Mittermayer, Evolutionary Ecology of Marine Fishes, GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany

Marina MontresorDepartment of Ecology and Evolution of Plancton, Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn, Italy

Hernan Morales, Department of Biology, Evolutionary Genomics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Helen Nilsson Sköld, Havets Hus i Lysekil, Sweden

Christian Pansch-Hattich, Environmental and Marine Biology, Dept Biology
Åbo Akademi University, Finland

Mark RavinetAdaptation to the Environment at the School of Life Sciences, University of Nottingham, UK

Karin Rengefors, Department of Biology, Limnology, Lund University, Sweden

Jörgen Ripa, Department of Biology, Limnology, Lund University, Sweden 

Josefin Sefbom, SMHI - Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute. Göteborg, Sweden

Ola Svensson, Department for Pre-School and School Teacher Education, The Swedish School of Library and Information Science, Sweden

Sylvie Tesson, Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Aarhu University, Denmark

Filip VolckaertLaboratory of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Genomics, KU Leuven, Belgium

Anja Marie Westram, The Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria), Austria

Anna-Lisa Wrange, IVL - Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Sweden

Membership

A member can be anyone whose research, activities and/or network will contribute in a positive way to the development of the research within CeMEB.

If you would like to know more about CeMEB or how to become a member please contact Eva Marie Rödström.

Expectations

Members of CeMEB are encouraged to: 

  • Participate at the CeMEB Assemblies. If you are away for more than two Assemblies in a row, a polite request about your intentions and engagement will be sent.
  • Respect the open communication within CeMEB and at the CeMEB Assemblies and workshops, and agree that any information presented at an assembly or workshop, whether in a formal talk, a poster session, or in a discussion, is a private communication from the individual making the contribution and is presented with the restriction that such information is not for public use. Prior to quoting or publishing any such information presented at an Assembly in any publication, written or electronic (including social media), written approval is to be obtained first from the contributing member.
  • Actively contribute to the development of a creative and open atmosphere within CeMEB.
  • Take initiatives and suggest activities to strengthen the research within CeMEB such as workshops, seminars, courses, collaborative projects.
  • Take initiatives to apply for funding of joint activities.
  • Promote CeMEB in the scientific community as well as in society as such.
  • Acknowledge CeMEB in publications and presentations when appropriate.
  • Follow “Good Research Practice” suggested by the Swedish Research Council (VR). 
  • Allow us to publish your name and contact details on the CeMEB webpage.
  • State the association to CeMEB on your personal homepage and link to CeMEB’s homepage.
  • State association to CeMEB when registering relevant publications in publication databases.
  • Publications should be sent to the CeMEB coordinator to be listed on the CeMEB webpage.

Each member of CeMEB should acknowledge and agree on these conditions.

Benefits

Members of CeMEB will be able to: 

  • Benefit from being part of a creative, dynamic and open research community.
  • Develop new ideas and collaborations within CeMEB and the CeMEB network.
  • Participate at the Assemblies
  • Participate in CeMEB funded activities, such as courses (primarily aimed at PhD students and postdocs) and seminars.
  • Use CeMEB information material.
  • Use the CeMEB logotype.
  • Advertise, promote, and be informed about projects / publications / open recruitment positions through the CeMEB
  • Participate in joint research or writing activities when relevant (special topics networks, special issues, reviews, joint publications etc.) 

Application

An applicant can be anyone whose research, activities and/or network will contribute in a positive way to the development of the research within CeMEB.

An applicant will first be invited by the Steering committee to participate at a CeMEB Assembly before applying for membership. After that the applicant will be invited to send in a Letter of Interest with a short description of both expectations on CeMEB and contributions to CeMEB together with a short CV and publication list. 

After accepptance by the CeMEB Steering Committee the applicant will be requested to sign the Agreement.

Minimum requirements

The minimum requirement for maintaining CeMEB membership is to participate at the Assemblies and not miss more than two assemblies in a row. If a member has not participated in two consecutive Assemblies, she/he will be contacted about her/his future intentions for being a member.

Due to the GDPR we also need your agreement to allow us to publish your name and contact details on the CeMEB webpage.

/CeMEB Steering Committee, 4 May 2021

To the Agreement

If you are interested of becoming a member and haven't yet been in contact with the Steering committee, please contact Eva Marie Rödström before you sign the agreement. 

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