Dr Lucas Zena: Fish welfare | Best Innovation Award

post-doc at University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Lucas Aparecido Zena is a Brazilian researcher specializing in Fish Cardiovascular Physiology and Welfare. Currently based at the Department of Biological & Environmental Sciences, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, Lucas holds a post-doctorate position under the supervision of Prof. Erik Sandblom.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

🎓 Academic Background:

PhD in Physiological Sciences, Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil (2012). Post-doc in Fish Cardiovascular Physiology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden (2017-2024)

👨‍🏫 Teaching Experience:

Cardiovascular Physiology, São Paulo State University, Brazil (2017-2019). Various courses in Biological Sciences and Physiology in Brazil (2004-2019)

🏆 Awards and Recognition:

Best poster presentation, 5th International Course on Comparative Physiology (2019). Honorable mention, 9th Brazilian Congress of Herpetology (2019). Novo Nordisk Travel Award ($500), The American Physiological Society (2014)

🌐 Scientific Outreach:

Presented at international conferences in Austria, France, Italy, and more. Invited talks at DigiHeart Kick-off meeting (Faroe Islands) and Instituto Butantan (Brazil).

Research Focus 🌱🔬:

Dr. Lucas A. Zena’s research focuses on understanding cardiovascular physiology and environmental adaptations in aquatic and reptilian species. His work delves into the effects of ischemia on electrocardiograms in salmonid fish, the impact of temperature on energy metabolism in red-footed tortoise hatchlings, and the thermal plasticity of cardiac barostatic reflexes in rainbow trout. Additionally, his studies explore the influence of hyperoxia on fish aerobic performance and the prevalence of environmental hyperoxia-induced thermal tolerance. Through a diverse range of species, Dr. Zena contributes valuable insights into physiological responses to environmental challenges, enhancing our understanding of aquatic and reptilian biology.

Publications Top Notes:

Lucas Zena | Fish welfare | Best Innovation Award

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