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Ramiro Logares

  • PhD
  • Researcher
  • Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas
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Recent publications

  • Large-scale ocean connectivity and planktonic body size

    • Villarino E
    • Watson J
    • Jönsson B
    • et al.
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  • Single-cell genomics of multiple uncultured stramenopiles reveals underestimated functional diversity across oceans

    • Seeleuthner Y
    • Mondy S
    • Lombard V
    • et al.
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Professional experience


Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas

February 2010 - Present



Lunds Universitet

August 2003 - December 2007(4 years)

Research interests


I define myself as a computational ecologist & evolutionary biologist investigating the microbial world. I obtained my PhD at Lund University (Ecology Department), Sweden and afterwards, I did a postdoc at Uppsala University (Evolutionary Biology Centre), Sweden. Since 2010, I have been at the Department of Marine Biology and Oceanography at ICM-CSIC, Barcelona. Initially, I was a Marie Curie Fellow, then a Juan de la Cierva fellow, and since 2015, I am a researcher within the Ramon y Cajal programme. Today, I lead a research environment on microbial computational ecology and evolution, including a post-doc, PhD students, and technicians. My main research lines aim at 1) understanding the structuring and dynamics of natural microbial communities using ecological theory, 2) disentangling the network of microbial interactions in ecosystems and 3) linking the gene content of genomes, communities and their variation, with ecological function and evolutionary processes. Since 2009, I have been teaching in local and international postgraduate bioinformatics courses. I coordinate the Marbits eco-informatics platform at the ICM-CSIC. I am also ambassador for Spain at the International Society for Microbial Ecology.


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