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Chris Brodie

School of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Faculty of Science

3rd year NERC industrial case PhD candidate at LJMU and partnered with CEFAS. Looking at combining environmental DNA (eDNA) with traditional marine monitoring methods to develop a deeper understanding of the fish assemblages of the seas.


Chinese (Cantonese)


2018, Bangor University, Wales, Undergraduate Masters of Marine Zoology (Mzol)

Journal article

Giulia M, Lorenzo T, Brodie C, Paolo C, Sbrana A, Shum P, Mariani S, Tommaso R. 2023. Net gain: Low-cost, trawl-associated eDNA samplers upscale ecological assessment of marine demersal communities Environmental DNA, DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Perry WB, Solberg MF, Brodie C, Medina AC, Pillay KG, Egerton A, Harvey A, Creer S, Llewellyn M, Taylor M, Carvalho G, Glover KA. 2020. Disentangling the effects of sex, life history and genetic background in Atlantic salmon: growth, heart and liver under common garden conditions Royal Society Open Science, 7 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Perry WB, Lindsay E, Payne CJ, Brodie C, Kazlauskaite R. 2020. The role of the gut microbiome in sustainable teleost aquaculture Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 287 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url


Brodie C. 2023. Project StockDNA; Combining marine eDNA and hydroacoustics to improve the accuracy of pelagic fish monitoring surveys. Mariani S. Public Url

Other Professional Activity:

Guest of the communication council for the Fisheries Society of the British Isles. 2019