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  MAYOL FAJARDO, EVA MIGUELINA

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MAYOL FAJARDO, EVA MIGUELINA
MAYOL FAJARDO, EVA MIGUELINA
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Dr. Eva Mayol is postdoctoral of the Molecular Microbial Ecology group of the University of Alicante where she is focused on environmental microbial ecology and specifically on virus diversity from salterns around the world. She obtained her BSc degree in Biology in the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2009) where she was part of the Department of Ecology and contributed to a study of the gene flow among Chilean populations of the algae Lessonia nigrescens. She continued her career as an ecologist through a collaboration with the Global Change Research Group of the Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies (IMEDEA, CSIC-UIB). In 2011 she obtained her Master degree in Global Change (UIMP-CSIC) and she also participated in the Malaspina 2010 Circumnavigation Expedition where she started her career as a microbial
ecologist by assessing the utilization of deep organic matter by marine microbial communities.
In 2016 she obtained her PhD supported by a JAE-predoctoral fellowship from the CSIC and supervised by Dr. Jesús M. Arrieta and Prof. Carlos M. Duarte. Her PhD thesis was focused on the role of the long-range transport of airborne microbes in maintaining marine microbial diversity and promoting the transport of pathogens. Between 2011 and 2013 she participated in three different oceanographic cruises (Malaspina Expedition 2010, Arctic Tipping Points, and MedSeA) led by national and European research groups.
During 2017 she conducted a one-year postdoctoral grant in the CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research of France) with Dr. Christine Dupuy as responsible, supported by the ACI (Incentive Actions) funds from the University of La Rochelle, where she performed a study on the effect of microbes and inorganic particles from atmospheric inputs on filter feeders.