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Anam Ejaz (HWU)

Anam is an Eramsus Mundus student studying marine environment and resources at the Institute of Life and Earth Sciences

Supervisor: Ted Henry

Project title: “Histopathological analyses of the effects of plastic particles (nano-micro size) following ingestion in early life stages of zebrafish”


Her program is a collaboration between four different universities in Europe, namely the University of Southampton, The University of Bordeaux, The University of the Basque Country and the University of Liege. The program contains students and teachers from a wide variety of backgrounds such as oceanography, biology, environmental sciences, physics, chemistry, geology and even economics all coming together for one purpose-the protection and preservation of the marine environment and its irreplaceable resources. Her first semester was spent in the University of Bordeaux, France, her second semester was in the University of the Basque country, Spain and her third semester was spent at the University of Liege, Belgium. She is now carrying out her final semester, at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.