WP 0 - Coordination & Management
Work package 0 oversees the coordination and the day to day management of the IMCONet project as well as the public outreach. The WP ensures that the consortium’s contractual duties are fulfilled, advises and guides the participants to comply with the EU regulations and fulfill their contractual and legal requirements. The WP ensures, through the SEMB and the host contact persons, the use of standardized procedures and approaches at all host sites for staff exchange. It assists in the sharing of information between the other WPs, motivates the consortium participants, and maximizes synergies among participants through organising joint meetings, workshops and trainings. The WP coordinates dissemination activities in order to reach out to the scientific community, the general public, and policy-makers.
About the WP Leader – Dr Doris Abele
The WP Coordination and Management is led by Doris Abele animal physiologist and marine ecologist at the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research in Germany.
Doris Abele is specialized in the physiology and response to environmental stress of cold adapted marine animals. She works in the AWI Department of Functional Ecology and heads a working group on "Animal Stress Physiology & Aging". Abele led and participated in 9 expeditions to the Dallmann laboratory (Carlini station, King George Island, Antarctica) and coordinates the international ESF programme IMCOAST (Impact of Climate Change on Antarctic Coastal Systems: 2010-2016). Abele teaches animal physiology and scientific writing at the University of Bremen and has 98 peer reviewed publications and is editor of the textbook “Oxidative Stress in Aquatic Ecosystems” Blackwell-Wiley, 2012.
Doris Abele, animal physiologist at the Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research in Bremerhaven, Germany.