Constantinos C Mylonas studied Aquaculture (B.Sc.) at Texas A&M University (1988), followed by an M.Sc. degree in Zoology at North Carolina State University (1991) and a Ph.D. in Marine-Estuarine and Environmental Sciences at the University of Maryland (1996).  His research field is summarized in the study of fish reproductive biology and endocrinology, and the development of pharmacological methods for the control of reproduction, induction of spawning and improvement of sperm production in fish of interest for the aquaculture industry.  Dr. Mylonas has coordinated 7 projects, of which 1 from the EU (FP7, DIVERSIFY, 11,8 million).  In addition, he has participated as the Principle Investigator from HCMR in 7 more EU projects (FP 5, FP7 and H2020).  He has published 1 edited book, 6 book chapters and 143 articles in ISI-Indexed Scientific Journals.  His H-index is 42 (Scopus) and has 5030 total citations.  He has supervised and evaluated 18 PhD students and 27 MSc.