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dr. ir. Everaert, Gert
Gert Everaert (°1985) is graduated as Master in Bioscience Engineering in 2008 from Ghent University and obtained his PhD in Applied Biological Science in 2015 at the same university with his dissertation: ‘Potential risk of organic micropollutants on marine phytoplankton in the greater North Sea: integration of modelling and experimental approaches’. His research background is in, ecological modelling, marine ecotoxicology, and microplastic research. At the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ, Ostend), I lead the research unit on ‘Ocean and Human Health’. In this interdisciplinary field of research, we aim to improve our understanding of the health benefits (or drawbacks) from marine and coastal ecosystems and evaluate the applicability and elucidate the reasons behind the Blue Gym hypothesis. The team consists of 2 post-doctoral researchers, 4 PhD students, and project-based co-workers. We collaborate with biologists, engineers, sociologists, economists, psychologists, and medical doctors at national and international level. In addition, plastic-related research is high on our research agenda, aiming to assess its presence, effects, and risks in and for human and marine life. Part of my time is dedicated to my function as data science manager where my task is to initiate, lead, and perform data-driven research activities. Throughout my relatively young career, I received multiple awards and grants. Working at VLIZ, my research unit plays a key role as knowledge broker and we have close connections with the marine industry, policy makers, citizens and marine researchers. 
    Vlaams Instituut voor de Zee (VLIZ), meer
    Functie: Data Science Manager
    Contact op het instituut:
    Tel.: +32-(0)59-34 14 97
    GSM: +32-(0)477-44 55 83
Gert Everaert
  • Universiteit Gent; Faculteit Bio-ingenieurswetenschappen; Vakgroep Dierwetenschappen en Aquatische Ecologie; Laboratorium voor Milieutoxicologie en Aquatische Ecologie (GhEnToxLab), meer
  • Universiteit Gent; Faculteit Bio-ingenieurswetenschappen; Vakgroep Toegepaste ecologie en milieubiologie; Laboratorium voor Milieutoxicologie en aquatische ecologie; Onderzoeksgroep voor Milieutoxicologie (ECOTOX), meer
  • Functie: Assistent
  • Ontwikkeling en demonstratie van duurzame biobased composieten voor een mariene omgeving, meer
  • Analysis techniques for quantifying nano-and microplastic particles and their degradation in the marine environment, meer
  • Blackfish, meer
  • Blue health along the Belgian coast: Effect of living by the coast on human health and wellbeing, meer
  • Blue-Cloud: Piloting innovative services for Marine Research & the Blue Economy, meer
  • BlueHealth: the restoration capacity of the coast, meer
  • BluePsychology - How coastal environments improve psychological wellbeing: underlying mechanisms, meer
  • Coastbusters 2.0, meer
  • Microplastic in the marine environment, meer
  • Plastic Flux for Innovation and Business Opportunities in Flanders, meer
  • Sustainable Marine Ecosystem Services, meer
  • RGB-statistics derived from Nile red-stained reference plastics for the construction of the PDM (Plastics Detection Model), meer
  • RGB-statistics derived from Nile red-stained reference plastics for the construction of the PIM (Polymer Identification Model), meer
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