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 Dr. Eugenia Levy| Parasite ecology | Best Researcher Award

 Dr at Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas y Costeras, Argentina

Dr. Eugenia Levy is a distinguished researcher with a Doctorate in Biological Sciences from the National University of Mar del Plata, completed in July 2022. She holds a CONICET postdoctoral scholarship, focusing on parasites as biogeographic and population markers in coastal fish. Dr. Levy’s extensive research includes significant contributions to ichthyoparasitology, with numerous publications on the parasitic communities of silversides and their role in population structure and habitat preferences. Her work has been recognized at various national and international conferences. Additionally, Dr. Levy has a strong background in teaching and scientific advising, showcasing her comprehensive expertise in biology and parasitology.

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🎓 Education

Doctorate in Sciences, Biology Area National University of Mar del Plata, July 2022. Postdoctoral Scholarship – CONICET “Parasites as biogeographic and population markers in coastal fish: the silverside Odontesthes argentinensis along the Atlantic coast as a case study” Director: Dr. Juan T. Timi, Co-Director: Dr. Mariano González-Castro April 2023 – March 2026. Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences National University of Mar del Plata, March 2017

Research Experience:

FONCyT – ANPCyT Initial Level Scholarship “Parasitic communities of silversides Odontesthes bonariensis and O. argentinensis as indicators of their population structure and the transitional character of the estuarine waters of the Mar Chiquita coastal lagoon”, 2017 – 2020. Type B Research Grant – National University of Mar del Plata “Parasitic communities of silversides Odontesthes argentinensis and O. bonariensis as indicators of their population structure and the transitional character of the estuarine waters of Laguna Costera Mar Chiquita”, February 2020. Doctoral Completion Scholarship – CONICET “Parasitic communities of silversides Odontesthes argentinensis and O. bonariensis as indicators of their population structure and the transitional character of the estuarine waters of Laguna Costera Mar Chiquita”, April 2020 – March 2023

Teaching Experience:

Teaching Staff in Biological Sciences National University of Mar del Plata, since 2012. Chair of Animal Biology Various periods from 2017 to 2023

 

Publications Top Notes 📝

  • Vertical distribution of edaphic oribatid mites (Acari: Oribatida) in two artificial forests planted on temperate grasslands
    • Authors: E. Levy, M.F. Alvarez, N.A. Fredes
    • Journal: Soil Research
    • Year: 2024
    • Volume: 62
    • Issue: 3
    • Pages: SR23160

 

  • Parasite assemblages as indicators of stability in stock structure of Cynoscion guatucupa (Sciaenidae) after a quarter of century of exploitation in a marine warming hotspot
    • Authors: A.L. Lanfranchi, D. Canel, A.J. Alarcos, P. Marcotegui, J.T. Timi
    • Journal: Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries
    • Year: 2024
    • Status: Article in Press

 

  • Parasites as indicators of habitat preferences by hybrids between estuarine and freshwater congeneric silversides (Atherinopsidae)
    • Authors: E. Levy, M. González-Castro, J.T. Timi
    • Journal: Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science
    • Year: 2023
    • Volume: 294
    • Pages: 108538

 

  • Plerocercoids of Adenocephalus pacificus in Argentine hakes: Broad distribution, low zoonotic risk
    • Authors: D.M.P. Cantatore, A.L. Lanfranchi, D. Canel, E. Levy, J.T. Timi
    • Journal: International Journal of Food Microbiology
    • Year: 2023
    • Pages: 391-393, 110142

 

  • Parasites as tags for stock identification of a highly exploited vulnerable skate Dipturus brevicaudatus (Chondrichthyes: Rajidae) in the south-western Atlantic Ocean, a complementary tool for its conservation
    • Authors: M.M. Irigoitia, E. Levy, D. Canel, J.T. Timi
    • Journal: Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems
    • Year: 2022
    • Volume: 32
    • Issue: 10
    • Pages: 1634–1646

 

  • Ontogenetic asynchrony in fish migrations may lead to disparate parasite assemblages: Implications for its use as biological tags
    • Authors: D. Canel, E. Levy, P.E. Braicovich, M. Haimovici, J.T. Timi
    • Journal: Fisheries Research
    • Year: 2021
    • Volume: 239
    • Pages: 105941

 

  • Parasite assemblages as indicators of an incipient speciation process of Odontesthes argentinensis in an estuarine environment
    • Authors: E. Levy, D. Canel, M.A. Rossin, M. González-Castro, J.T. Timi
    • Journal: Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science
    • Year: 2021
    • Volume: 250
    • Pages: 107168

 

Eugenia Levy | Parasite ecology | Best Researcher Award

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