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Resolution Awards TFM/TFG 2020

On 8 May 2020, the Executive Committee examined the applications for IRBio grants for Master's and Final Degree 2020 projects.
A total of 10 applications have been submitted, all derived from Master’s and Final Degree Projects. All but one of the applications met the criteria required by the call. The classification of the articles was based on the established criteria (quartiles of the journals indexed in the JCR and the number of citations).

All articles in the WOS and SCOPUS databases have been revised to maintain uniformity in the criteria.

The winners are:

Student Name


Research Project


Victoria Llabrés

Raül Ramos Garcia

Carryover effects in Cory’s shearwaters

R. Ramos, V. Llabrés, L. Moncús, M. López-Béjar, J. González-Solís (2018). Costs of breeding are rapidly buffered and do not affect migratory behaviour in a long-lived bird species. Ecology 99(9) 2010-2024.

Clara Martín Muñoz

Carlos Carreras Huergo

Avaluació de la reintroducció de la tortuga verda (Chelonia mydas) a les Illes Caiman

Anna Barbanti, Clara Martin, Janice M. Blumenthal, Jack Boyle, Annette. C. Broderick, Lucy Collyer, Gina Ebanks-Petrie, Brendan J. Godley, Walter Mustin, Víctor Ordoñez, Marta Pascual, Carlos Carreras (2019) How many came home? Evaluating ex-situ conservation of green turtles in the Cayman Islands. Molecular Ecology. 28:1637-1651 DOI:10.1111/mec.15017 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/mec.15017

Cristian Cuevas Caballé

Marta Riutort León

We are what we eat: diet assessment of two land planarian species
through high-throughput sequencing data”

Cuevas-Caballé, C., Riutort, M. & Álvarez-Presas, M. Diet assessment of two land planarian species using high-throughput sequencing data. Sci Rep 9, 8679 (2019).