Our Mission

EOMAR is a research group at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria that focuses on the ecophysiology of marine organisms. Download a brochure with the main info about EOMAR here.

Physiological ecology

It focuses on aspects of respiration, ammonia excretion, growth and production in marine organisms with special emphasis on planktonic communities.

Enzymatic biochemistry

This line of research focuses on the enzymatic reactions that control biogeochemical processes of marine organisms; it also works on carbon and nitrogen fluxes and mathematical models based on the principles of enzymology. Ultimately EOMAR aims to develop technology for the detection of biochemical process rates in the sea.

Meet Us

May Gómez - Coordinator

Theodore T. Packard - Associated Researcher

Susi Viera Rodríguez - Lecturer and Researcher

Emilio Soler Onís - Researcher

Alicia Herrera Ulibarri - Postdoctoral Researcher
Rodrigo Almeda -
Ramón y Cajal Senior Researcher

Ico Martínez Sánchez - Research support staff

Federico Maldonado Uribe - Postdoctoral Researcher

Igor Fdez. Urruzola - Postdoctoral Researcher

Natalia Osma Prado - Postdoctoral Researcher

Vanesa Romero Kutzner - Ph.D. Student

Mayte Tamés Espinosa - Postdoctoral Researcher

Daniel Bondyale Juez - Postdoctoral Researcher

Juan Fernández Zabala - Ph.D. Student
Jorge Rapp Cabrera Master Student

Stefanie Reinold - Ph.D. Student

Alberto Navarro Molina - Master Student
Maite Asensio Elvira - Partner