Research carried out at the Cephalopod Early Life lab is only possible because of our collaboration with several valued national and international colleagues, some of whom are highlighted below.

Eve Seuntjens

UK Leuven

"Octopus neurobiology"

University of Vienna

"Histochemical and ultraestrurural characterization of the mucus epithelium of squid paralarvae"

Dr. Tatiana Silva Leite

University of Santa Catatine, Florianópolis Brazil

Project: "Thermal and salinity tolerance limits of Octopus  vulgaris Type II paralarvae: ecological and physiological implications"

Dr. Manuel Haimovici

University of Rio Grande, Rio Grande, Brazil

Project: "Thermal and salinity tolerance limits of Octopus  vulgaris Type II paralarvae: ecological and physiological implications"

Dr. José Guilherme Bersano Filho

University of Paraná

Project: "SUSAQUA-BRAZIL: Marine aquaculture as a sustainable green industry in Brazil"  and  "Thermal and salinity tolerance limits of Octopus  vulgaris Type II paralarvae: ecological and physiological implications"                                                                                  

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