- The role of oceanic islands and seamounts for the conservation of the marine migratory species of the Galapagos Marine Reserve.
- Marine megafauna of the Ecuadorean coast.
- Assessing the potential distribution shift of marine migratory species in the Eastern Pacific Ocean due to climate change.
- Fishing effort in and around Marine Protected Areas of the Eastern Pacific Ocean.
- Marine species monitoring via stereo and 360 baited remote underwater videos.
- Structural and functional connectivity in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.
- Residence and connectivity of sharks and mantas in the Mexican Pacific Ocean.
- Monitoring of pelagic species of commercial importance in the Archipelago of Revillagigedo via baited remote underwater videos.
- Mantas and Mobula Conservation in the Pacific of Costa Rica.
- Conservation of the hammerhead shark in Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica.
- Conservation of the bull shark in Murciélagos Islands, Guanacaste, Costa Rica.
- Research on resident and migratory shark species of Cocos Island National Park, Costa Rica.
- Evaluation of the effectiveness of eDNA and baited remote underwater visual stations (BRUVS) to monitor sharks and rays in Costa Rica
- Use of acoustic telemetry and autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) to study the behaviour of threatened species
- Residency and movement patterns of hawksbill sea turtles (Eretmochelys imbricata) in Matapalito and Santa Elena Bay, north Pacific coast of Costa Rica
- The secret life of sharks: distribution, abundance and trophic ecology of sharks and rays using baited remote underwater visual stations and stable isotopes
- Spatial and seasonal patterns of elasmobranchs in Santa Elena Bay
- In search of nearly extinct fishes: status of the critically endangered Largetooth sawfish (Pristis pristis) in Costa Rica
- Composition, structure and trophic ecology of reef fishes in the Pacific of Costa Rica
- Movements and habitat use of commercially important snappers in Santa Elena Bay (north Pacific of Costa Rica)
- Estimating abundance and biomass of ecological indicator species at seamounts from Costa Rica
- Conservation of sharks and rays in the Archipelago of Revillagigedo, Mexico.
- Trophic ecology and behavior of the white shark in Guadalupe Island, Mexico.
- Sharks Movement Patterns in Clipperton Island, France.
- Movement of the mako shark, porbeagle shark, blue shark and swordfish and their associated environment of north coastal Chile.
- Determination of the trophic ecology and energy relationships of the trophic webs of the mako shark, porbeagle shark, blue shark, swordfish and dolphinfish.
- Determination of the genetic structure and trophic ecology of the smooth hammerhead shark Sphyrna zygaena.
- Determination of the origin of sea turtle species that interact with highly migratory resource fisheries and mitigation measures with potential for experimentation and implementation.
- Diet of the common sea lion through the analysis of stable isotopes, with emphasis on determining the contribution of sea turtles.
- Genetic diversity and population structure of pelagic sharks through SNPs.
- Estimate the abundance of cetaceans on systematic design platforms.
- Evaluation of the incidental fishing of turtles, birds and marine mammals in the fishing fleets that catch swordfish, pelagic sharks and deep-sea dorado.
- Distribution, abundance, habitat use and trophic ecology of threatened marine species in the Costa Rican Pacific coast.
- Migratory movements of sea turtles and elasmobranchs in the Cocos Island and the Submarine Mountains Marine Management Area.
- Ecology and conservation of large baleen whales of the Chilean Patagonia.
- Marine ecosystem conservation in Chilean Patagonia: linking science with marine protected areas implementation.
- Shark nursery areas in the Colombian Pacific (Movement patterns, DNA, mercury, ecology and conservation).
- Sharks, pelagic and commercially important species monitoring at Malpelo Flora and Fauna Sanctuary, Colombia.
- Observation of marine fauna on seamounts of the Malpelo Flora and Fauna Sanctuary and Yuruparí Marine Managed District, Colombia.
- Tagging of sharks and billfishes at seamounts of the Malpelo Flora and Fauna Sanctuary and Yuruparí Marine Managed District, Colombia.
- Movement patterns and regional connectivity of sharks in the Malpelo Flora and Fauna Sanctuary, Colombia.
- Tissue collection for population studies and levels of mercury and heavy metals, Colombia.
- Cleaning stations dynamics at Cocos Island National Park, Costa Rica.
- Hammerhead shark photo identification in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
- Microplastics incidence in sandy beaches.
- Competition amongst top predators at Revillagigedo National Park, Mexico.
- Social behavior in scalloped hammerheads from Galapagos Islands. Ecuador.
- Social foraging in white sharks from Guadalupe Island, Mexico.