Marios Papageorgiou graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Marine Biology and Oceanography from the Plymouth University in 2016. In 2017, he obtained a Master’s degree in BusinessAdministration from the University of Central Lancashire. Since September 2017, he started an MRes in Marine studies at Plymouth University. He plans to continue his studies to a PhD.
He joined Enalia Physis in March 2018 to provide support primarily for the project ‘Understanding multi-taxa by-catch of vulnerable species and testing mitigation measures’.
In addition to this, his main research interest includes the conservation and sustainable use of the marine environment, the restoration and protection of marine ecosystems and the understanding of both the biotic and abiotic drivers that shape benthic marine communities.
Marios strongly believes that through directing efforts towards education you can change the world. He believes in collaboration, in human relationships and supports the idea that science must work as a tool to serve both the humankind and the natural world.
“NO WATER, NO LIFE, NO BLUE, NO GREEN” – Sylvia Earle