Partners

2014

Academe

  1. Ateneo De Manila University (ADMU) (Loyola Heights, Quezon City ): Development of Shrimp Pathogen Diagnostic Tools using nested PCR and lateral flow strip biosensors coupled with a mobile app and cloud-based information management, (01 January 2014 to 31 December 2015)
  2. Southern Luzon State University (Lucban, Quezon): Practicum and On the Job Training on freshwater prawn hatchery and grow-out culture, aquaculture genetics; ecology; nutrition and feed development (April 2014 to May 2016)
  3. Western Philippine University (Palawan): Conduct of special internship on “Abalone Culture” (24 April-3 May 2014)
  4. West Visayas State University (La Paz, Iloilo City): Student Internship (May 2014 to June 2014)
  5. St. Paul University of Iloilo (General Luna St., Iloilo City): Collaboration on instruction, research, training and extension programs in fisheries, aquatic and related sciences (30 July 2014 to 29 July 2019)
  6. Iloilo State College of Fisheries (Tiwi, Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo): Co-management of aquaculture research ponds for Penaeus monodon and tilapia. Develop pond management strategies to prevent and control shrimp diseases through ecological approaches and test the designed scheme in large commercial ponds (August 2014 to April 2015)
  7. University of San Agustin, Inc (General Luna St. Iloilo City): Collaboration on instruction, research, training and extension programs in fisheries, aquatic and related sciences (15 September 2014 to 14 September 2017)
  8. Ateneo De Manila University (Loyola Heights 1108, Quezon City): Academic and Research Cooperation between the two institutions (14 October 2014 to 13 October 2017)
  9. West Visayas State University (La Paz, Iloilo City): Collaboration on instruction, research, training and extension programs in fisheries, aquatic and related sciences (17 October 2014 to 16 October 2019)
  10. Bohol Island State University (San Isidro, Calape, Bohol): Resource Enhancement Project on Napoleon Wrasse Cheilinus undulatus (18 November 2014 to 18 November 2015)

Government & non-government organizations

  1. DOST-PCAARRD (Department of Science and Technology – Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic & Natural Resources Research & Development) (Los Baños, Laguna): Philippine Shrimp Pathogenomics Program: Development of Diagnostic Tools through Genomics and Establishment of the Philippine Shrimp Pathogen Bio-Bank and Online Biosurveillance Information Resource (3rd month after receipt of funds 2014 to 2016)
  2. DOST-PCAARRD – University of the Philippines Visayas (Los Baños, Laguna: Miagao, Iloilo): National R&D Program for Oyster, Program A. Development of the Broodstock and Hatchery Technologies for the Tropical Oyster, Crassostrea iredalei, in the Philippines (2 January 2014 to 01 January 2017)
  3. DOST-PCAARRD – Samar State University (Los Baños, Laguna and Catbalogan, Samar): National R&D Program for Oyster, Program B. Increasing Production and Improving quality of oysters Crassostrea iredalei, produced in the Philippines (2 January 2014 to 01 January 2017)
  4. Zoological Society of London-Community, Philippines and Foundation for the Philippine Environment (FPE) (48 Burgos St., La Paz, Iloilo City and 77 Matahimik St., Teachers Village, Quezon City): Conduct training course on Mangrove Conservation, Management and Rehabilitation (10 March 2014 to 14 March 2014)
  5. National Fisheries Research and Development Institute (Quezon City, Metro Manila): Conduct of a training course on “Capacity Building in Information Dissemination & Data Management” (10-18 March 2014)
  6. Department of Science and Technology (Philippines): Conduct of specialized training course on “Mud crab Hatchery & Nursery Operations” (28 April-16 May, 12 May-18 June, 17 May-5 June, 22 May-18 June, 27 May-18 June 2014)
  7. Japanese Society of Fish Pathology (JSFP) (Japan): Make plans with JSFP in order to achieve an effective scientific cooperation including scientific seminars (May 2014 to May 2019)
  8. Local Government of the Municipality of New Washington (Brgy. Pinmuk-an, New Washington, Aklan): Grow-out culture of oyster (Crassostrea iredalei) using different methods (30 May 2014 to 29 May 2015)
  9. Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (JIRCAS), (Japan): Advancing integrated multi-trophic aquaculture in Milkfish Mariculture in the Philippines: Exante Analysis Using Sustainable Livelihood Approach (7 May 2014 to 27 February 2015)
  10. Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (JIRCAS) (Japan): Integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (MTA) field using fish, seaweeds, oyster and sandfish in marine pens (7 May 2014 to 27 February 2015)
  11. PCAARRD (Los Baños, Laguna): Integrated and Sustainable Development Program for the Shrimp Industry (19 September 2014 to 18 September 2017)

Private Sector

  1. Engr. Reynaldo Tenedero (ICDC Construction and Supply, Jaro, Iloilo City): Construction of a Commercial-Scale Model Mud Crab Hatchery in the Province of Bohol, DOST-PCAARRD mud crab project (24 January 2014 to 23 July 2014)
  2. Mr. Mario Santos (Marial Hatchery) (Dalahican, Quezon): Mud Crab Hatchery and Nursery Operation, DOST-PCAARRD mud crab project (10 April 2014 to 9 April 2015)
  3. Mrs. Johaida Buenafe (Sipalay Agri-Ecotourism Corp.) (2011 Tower 2, Pioneer Highlands, Madison St. Mandaluyong City): Provide technical advice and co-supervision with the client in the construction and test of aquaculture facilities. DOST-PCAARRD mud crab project (08 May 2014 to 07 May 2015)
  4. Ms. Gretchen Torno (Acacia Street, Dasmariñas Village, Makati City): Provide technical advice and co-supervision with the client in the construction & test of aquaculture facilities, DOST-PCAARRD mud crab project (05 May 2014 to 04 May 2015)
  5. Palawan Aquaculture Corporation ( Baquid, Coron, Palawan): Mud crab Hatchery and Nursery, DOST-PCAARRD mud crab project (19 September 2014 to 18 September 2015)
  6. Ms. Gretchen Montelibano-Torno (EB Magalona, Negros Occidental): Mud crab Hatchery and Nursery, DOST-PCAARRD mud crab project (19 September 2014 to 18 September 2015)

2013

Academe

  1. Queensland University of Technology – Science & Engineering Faculty (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia): Research collaboration (2 February 2013 – 1 February 2018)
  2. University of Tokyo – Laboratory of Global Fisheries Science (Tokyo, Japan): Research collaboration (12 July 2013 – 31March 2017)
  3. Tokai University – School of Marine Science & Technology (Japan): Research collaboration (12 July 2013 – 31March 2017)
  4. Sophia University – Faculty of Science & Technology (Tokyo, Japan): Conduct of a short term experiment on the reproductive physiology of seahorse at AQD (25 June 2013 – 5 July 2013)
  5. University of the Philippines Diliman (Quezon City): Project 1. Development of Molecular Markers for Milkfish Broodstock Management (1 June 2012 – 31 December 2015)
  6. University of the Philippines Visayas (Miagao, Iloilo): Collaboration on instruction, research, training & extension programs (28 January 2013 – 27 January 2014); research collaboration (12 July 2013 – 31March 2017); and implementation of MS thesis on seaweeds (7 November 2013 – 6 November 2014)
  7. Southern Luzon State University (Lucban, Quezon, Philippines): On-the-job training (15 April 2013 – 15 May 2013)
  8. University of Rizal System – School of Fishery (Cardona, Rizal, Phil.): Aquaculture research, technology & development program (8 February 2013 – 7 February 2018)
  9. Cavite State University (Indang, Cavite, Phil.): Mudcrab hatchery and nursery operations (14 October 2013 – 13 October 2014)
  10. Aklan State University (Banga, Aklan, Philippines): Research collaboration (12 July 2013 – 31March 2017) and mudcrab hatchery & nursery operations (7 October 2013 – 6 October 2013)
  11. Zamboanga State College of Marine Science & Technology (Zamboanga City, Phil.): Mudcrab hatchery & nursery operations (23 August 2013 – 22 August 2014)
  12. Davao del Norte State College (Panabo City, Phil.): Mudcrab hatchery & nursery operations (30 September 2013 – 29 September 2014)

Government and non-government organizations

  1. Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (Taguig City): Establishment of an innovation and technology support office at AQD (7 March 2013 – 31 December 2015)
  2. Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic & Natural Resources Research & Development – Department of Science and Technology (Los Baños, Laguna): National R&D programs for blue swimming crabs (hatchery & nursery component) and donkey’s ear abalone (2 November 2013 – 1 November 2016)
  3. National Research Council of the Philippines (Taguig City, Metro Manila): A study on bacterial microbiota of tilapia as a tool for investigating emerging and re-emerging diseases (16 March 2013 – 15 March 2015)
  4. Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources – Central Office (Quezon City, Phil.): Training course on fish health management in aquaculture (2 October 2013 – 15 December 2013); and with BFAR Regional Office No. IX (Zamboanga City) on the use of BFAR’s ponds to test the feasibility of aquasilviculture of tiger shrimp (8 February 2013 – 7 February 2014)
  5. Local government of Tagum City (Phil.): Technical assistance for mud crab hatchery & nursery operations (beginning 23 September 2013)
  6. Municipality of Concepcion and Brgy. Polopiña of Concepcion, Iloilo; Municipal Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Council; Sitio Lo-ok Small Fisherfolk Association (Iloilo, Phil.): Community –based sea ranching of sandfish (5 November 2013 – 4 November 2017)
  7. Zoological Society of London – Community Based Mangrove Rehabilitation Project in the Philippines (Iloilo City): Organize and conduct training courses on mangrove & coastal resources management (16 June 2013 – 21 July 2013); and mangrove conservation, management & rehabilitation (7 November 2013 – 21 December 2013)

Private sector

  1. Kiko Technology (Japan): Test trial on grouper, shrimp, crab, abalone, microalgae and seaweeds
  2. San Miguel Foods Inc. (Pasig City, Phil.): Three studies on immunostimulant-containing diets for Nile tilapia and milkfish; and a fourth study on supplemental feeding schedules for Nile tilapia (01 January 2013 – 31 December 2014)
  3. San Jose Agro Marine Corporation (Mr. Mario Santos Jr. of Lucena City, Phil.): Mudcrab hatchery and nursery (12 March 2013 – 11 March 2014)
  4. Samance Food Products (Engr. Deo Grajo of Iloilo City, Phil.): Rental of cages at Igang Marine Station (14 May 2013 – 13 May 2014)
  5. Lutao Prawn Hatchery (Mr. Dioscoro dela Pena of Panaon, Misamis Occidental, Phil.): Mudcrab hatchery and nursery (31 August 2013 – 12 August 2014)
  6. CDO Foodsphere Inc. (Mr. Jose Ong of Zambales, Phil.): Mudcrab hatchery and nursery (11 November 2013 – 10 November 2014)
  7. Mr. Carmelo Celis (Dingle,Iloilo, Phil.): Use of impounding facility located in Lake Vito in Brgy. Camambugan (01 January 2013 – 31 June 2013)
  8. Mr. Juan Nepomuceno III (Pasig City, Phil.): ABOT Aquanegosyo program (5 February 2013 – 4 February 2014)
  9. Healthlink Inc. (Iloilo City): Provide health care services for AQD employees and their dependents (1 June 2013 – 31 May 2014)
  10. The Medical City Iloilo (Molo, Iloilo City): Provide hospital services to AQD employees and their dependents (4 November 2013 – 3 November 2014)

2012

  1. Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic & Natural Resources Research & Development – Department of Science and Technology (PCAARRD-DOST) and University of the Philippines – Visayas (UPV): National mud crab science & technology program to establish mud crab hatcheries and nurseries in the Philippines to increase availability of seedstock for farming (12 July 2012 – 12 July 2015)
  2. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature – RIHN (Kyoto, Japan): Coastal area capability enhancement in Southeast Asia (April 2012 – March 2017)
  3. Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (Quezon City, Philippines): Integrated Coastal Resources Management Project – Training of Trainors for Biodiversity Conservation of Priority Species (19 April 2012 – 25 April 2012)
  4. Beatriz M. Cabadongga (Iloilo, Philippines): Survival, growth and ingestion rate of juvenile seahorses Hippocampus comes reared in different light intensities (September 2012 – October 2012)
  5. Zenaida Tan Manzano (Iloilo, Philippines): Zooplankton profile in the gut of seahorses Hippocampus comes reared in illuminated and non-illuminated sea cages (September 2012 – December 2012)
  6. Universiteit Gent and Flemish Interuniversity Council – VLIR (Brussels, Belgium): Application and mode of action of polyhydroxybutyric acid (PHB) in the larviculture of Penaeus spp. (May 2012 – April 2013)
  7. ACDI-VOCA (Northwest, Washington, D. C.): Mud crab Project in Timor Leste (20 January 2012 – 5 April 2012)
  8. Philippine Nuclear Research Institute – PNRI (Quezon City): Research collaboration and exhange of experts (5 October 2012 – 5 October 2017); Study on the potential uses of irradiated low molecular weight carrageenans in aquaculture (5 October 2012 – upon fulfillment of terms)
  9. Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research –  ACIAR (Australia): Expansion and diversification of production and management systems for sea cucumbers in the Philippines, Vietnam and Northern Australia project ( 1 October 2012 – 30 September 2016)

2011

  1. Commonwealth of Australia represented by ACIAR (Australia): Carry-out research on improved seaweed culture and post-harvest waste utilization inSoutheast Asia (30 May 2011 – 31May 2015)
  2. ACDI/VOCA (Washington DC): Conduct training and provide technical assistance on mud crab (19 Aug 2011- 30 Sept 2011)
  3. Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (Tsukuba,Japan): Provide technical assistance and permit use of facilities as well as counterpart scientists for the conductof research. Provide accommodation and assistance to JIRCAS scientists (14 July 2011 – March 2016)
  4. Freshwater Fisheries Research Center,Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences (Wuxi, China): Provide technical support through exchange of staff,research collaborations and conductof training (1 July 2011 – 1 July 2013)
  5. Nagasaki University School of Dentistry (Nagasaki, Japan): Conduct extraction of collagen (5 Jan 2011 – 5 Jan 2013)
  6. Universiti Teknologi Malaysia: Provide technical support through exchange of staff, research collaborations and conduct of training (Dec 2011 – Dec2014)
  7. Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources – Philippines (BFAR): Conduct series of training for BFAR Regional Fisheries Training Centers (starting 15 March 2011)
  8. Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Regional Office No.5 – Philippines (BFAR-R5): Train beneficiaries on marine fish hatchery & nursery; provide technical and administrative assistance (starting 12April 2011)
  9. Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Regional Office No.11 – Philippines (BFAR-R11): Train beneficiaries on marine fish hatchery; provide technical and administrative assistance
  10. Provincial Government of Pangasinan (Philippines): Provide technical and training support. Prepare projectproposal and undertake research suitable for the project of the Province (Feb 2011 – Feb 2016)
  11. Protected Area Management Board-Sagay Marine Reserve (Philippines): Undertake research on stock enhancement and socio-economic aspects in the Sagay Marine Reserve. Provide trainings and informationdissemination relevant to the project (26 Jan 2011 – 26 Jan 2015)
  12. Foundation for Agriculture-RelatedMissions (FARM) Inc. (Philippines): Provide topics/technologies and make available resources for filming (starting17 Sept 2011)
  13. Surigao Del Norte College of Agriculture and Technology (Philippines): Providetechnical support through exchange of staff, research collaborations and conduct of training (6 Jan 2011 – 6 Jan 2016)
  14. Aklan State University (Philippines): Provide technical support through exchange of staff, research collaborations and conduct of training (21 Oct 2011 – 21 Oct 2016)
  15. University of the Philippines Visayas: Permit use of facilities for the conduct of student research on (1) tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon (24 Feb 2011- 24 May 2011) and (2) snubnose pompano Trachinotus blochii (3 Nov2011 – 3 April 2012 and 8 Nov 2011 – 8 March 2012)
  16. University of the Philippines Visayas: Carry-out research on integrated and sustainable development program for the shrimp industry (1 June 2011 – 31 May 2014)
  17. University of the Philippines Diliman: Permit the use of facilities and staff for the conduct of a student research on fish oral vaccines (7 Dec 2011 – 7 Dec 2012)
  18. Lunsad Multi-Purpose Cooperative(Philippines): Assist in the strengthening of training and extension capabilities (2 March 2011 -2 March 2014)
  19. San Miguel Corporation (Philippines): Carry-out research on the comparisonof performance of formulated diets used for grow-out culture of Penaeus monodon and P. vannamei (15 March2011 – 15 March 2012)
  20. Meralco Foundation Inc (MFI): Provide training to agriculture entrepreneurship students and technical assistance for MFI’s on-farm demonstration aquaculture projects
  21. Mr. David B. Villaluz (Philippines): Provide technology and technical assistance on net cage culture of tilapia (7 June2011 – 15 Jan 2012)

2010

  1. Worldfish Center (Penang, Malaysia): Agreement on research collaboration (July 2010 – July 2015)
  2. North Carolina State University (USA): Collaborative Research Support Program (CRSP) in aquaculture and fisheries (April 2010-September 2014)
  3. University of Tehran (Tehran, Iran): Collaboration in instruction, research and training and extension programs(starting October 2010)
  4. GAIA Mariculture Pte. Ltd. (Singapore): Exchange training in aquaculture (September 2010-September 2015)
  5. Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources – Philippines (BFAR): Expansion of the Multi-Species Hatchery Facility of BFAR in Region 4B in Sta. Lucia, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan (starting July 2010)
  6. Municipal Government of Binangonan (Philippines): Aquatic resource and conservation and management awareness program (March 2010-March 2015)
  7. Municipality of Narra, Palawan (Philippines): Community-Based Fishery Research and Development Center for brackishwater/freshwater fish culture and management and development of Mariculture Park/Zone (November 2010-November 2013)
  8. Banate Bay Resource Management Council (Philippines): Banate Bay Coastal Resource Management Plan (starting January 2010)
  9. Mindanao State University (Philippines): Collaboration in instruction, research, training and extension programs in fisheries, aquatic and related sciences (December 2010-December 2015)
  10. Surigao del Norte College of Agriculture and Technology (Philippines): Strengthening of capabilities of faculty and students with emphasis on abalone culture and technology (December 2010-December 2015)
  11. Rizal National Science High School (Philippines): Research capacity-building for science students and educators (March 2010-March 2015)
  12. PETRON Foundation Inc and Taytay sa Kauswagan Inc (Philippines): Sustainable community and enterprise development program for Guimaras fisherfolk under the “Pilot project on milkfish cage culture as livelihood option for affected Guimaras fisherfolk (starting February 2010)
  13. Lunsad Multi-purpose Cooperative of Binangonan, Rizal: Technical assistance in lake-based freshwater prawn culture (starting December 2010)
  14. Mega Fishing Corporation (Philippines): Technical assistance for the Tawi-tawi high-value multi-species hatchery (starting January 2010)
  15. Zaldy Nava of Nueva Valencia, Guimaras (Philippines): Marine fish culture at the Igang Mariculture Park (February 2010-February 2012)
  16. Juancito Jastillano of Dumangas, Iloilo (Philippines): Assessment of mudcrab population and fisheries (May 2010-May 2013)