Rodolphe Elie Gozlan

Institut de Recherche et de Development, France

I currently hold a Research Director position at the Institut de Recherche pour le Development ( My research investigates the link between biodiversity changes & disease emergence . SUMMARY OF CAREER 2012 Research Director Institute de Recherche pour le Développement (UMR Borea 207) 2010-2012 Head of Academic Group “Conservation Ecology & Environmental Sciences” 2009-2010 Professor in Conservation Ecology Bournemouth Uni. 2007- 2009 Reader in Conservation Ecology at Bournemouth Uni. 2000-2007 Senior Scientific Officer Centre for Ecology and Hydrology 1999-2000 Postdoctorate CNRS Toulouse 1995-1998 PhD NERC studentship Uni.of Herts/Paul Sabatier. ACADEMIC POSITIONS 2011 Convener of the FSBI conference Fish Diversity & Conservation 2008 – 2010 Appointed Chair of the Peer Review College, Norwegian Research Council and now NERC 2009 Expert advisor for the European Commission (Policy meeting, Brussels). 2008 – 2011 Appointed to the RFERAC advisory committee (UK) 2006 – Present Ass. Editor for ‘Aquatic Invasion’ & ‘J. Fish Biology’. 2005 – 2009 Chair of the Fishery Society for the British Isles grant committee. 2005 – 2010 Advisor for Defra (Agri. Minister) on the threat of the Rosette Agent to UK fish biodiversity. 2005 Best research achievement for CEH & top 20 for NERC. Visiting Professor, Bournemouth Uni. (UK), Uni. Aix-Marseille (FR), Uni. of Navarra (SP) Gozlan R.E. (2012) Monitoring fungal infections in fish. Nature, 285, 446 Gozlan R.E. et al. (2009) Characterisation and geographical isolation of Sphaerothecum destruens in Europe. Int. J. Parasitology 39, 1055-1058 Gozlan R.E et al. (2009) Biological Invasions: Benefits versus Risks. Science. V324, 1015 Gozlan R.E. et al. (2006). The effect of microbial pathogens on the diversity of aquatic populations, notably in Europe. Microbes & infections 8: 1358-1364. Gozlan R.E. et al. (2005). Disease threats on European fish. Nature. V435, 1045

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