Marios Papageorgiou graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Marine Biology and Oceanography from the University of Plymouth in 2016. In 2017, he obtained a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Central Lancashire and in 2018 he obtained a Master of Research in Marine Biology from the University of Plymouth.
He joined Enalia Physis in March 2018 and he has been involved in several fisheries-related projects. He currently serves as the Vice Director of Enalia Physis and he is the Head of Fisheries Research.
Marios research is focused on understanding the different physical and biological parameters that shape the benthic community assemblages especially in the deep-sea and on fisheries ecology, bycatch and discards with emphasis on small-scale fisheries and pelagic longline fisheries.
His interests range from community and applied ecology with emphasis on benthic and deep-sea ecology, to fisheries ecology, to conservation and blue economy to ecological statistics and data visualisation in R.