On the picture above, from left to right:
Yassine Loufa, Maarten Vanhove, Anne-Julie Rochette, Katrijn Baetens, Marie-Lucie Susini Ondafe, Kristien Vrancken, Mariam Agarad, Luc Janssens de Bisthoven, Vincent Pinton, Han de Koeijer & François Muhashy Habiyaremye.
Yassine Loufa (2014-)
Secretariat and logistic support (National Focal Point CBD)
Dr. Maarten Vanhove (2015-)
Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) of biodiversity; support to Nagoya Protocol capacity building and to awareness raising.
Capacity building and research on aquatic ecosystems
Ir. Anne-Julie Rochette (2015-)
Support to Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) of biodiversity, to awareness raising and to the Nagoya Protocol capacity building activities
Dr. Katrijn Baetens (2012-)
Capacity building on marine environment modeling
Dr. Marie-Lucie Susini Ondafe (2009-)
GTI capacity building activities, support to CHM capacities strengthening and awareness raising activities - Belgian focal point for the GTI - webmaster
Kristien Vrancken (2007-)
Infographics and graphic design
Mariam Agarad (2010-)
Secretariat and logistic support
Dr. Luc Janssens de Bisthoven (2013-)
Coordinator of the CEBioS programme - Capacities for Biodiversity and sustainable development
Vincent Pinton (2006-)
Ir. Han de Koeijer (1999-)
CHM, public awareness, and the Nagoya Protocol capacity building activities - Belgian focal point for the CHM
Dr. François Muhashy Habiyaremye (2006-)
Research and capacity building on the dynamics of habitats, ecosystem services and management of protected areas.
Not on the picture:
Ir. Hilde Keunen (2016-2017)
Support to Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) of biodiversity and CHM activities, mainly in D.R. Congo.
Dr. Erik Verheyen
External experts cooperating with CEBioS
Dr. Anne Laudisoit
Postdoctoral researcher, University of Antwerp. Anne is a biologist with special expertise in zoonotic (vector-borne) and emerging disease epidemiology. “One health” researcher linking biodiversity and health. Part of the NSETHIO team, based in the DR Congo coordinating field research on epilepsy and onchocerciasis. Anne.Laudisoit<at>liverpool.ac.uk
PhD student at the Laboratory of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Genomics at KU Leuven. Her project aims to increase biological understanding and monitoring capacity on sardine stocks in Lake Tanganyika. Project funded by a VLIR-VLADOC fellowship and co-supervised by the Centre de Recherche en Hydrobiologie (CRH)-Uvira (D.R.Congo), CEBioS and the RMCA. els.dekeyzer<at>kuleuven.be