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Anna Ammendola

Anna Ammendola

Research Fellow


  • Researcher ID: G-5022-2019
  • ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3718-7134
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  • Department: Biology
  • Research Group: Stress Biology
  • ISI Web of KnowledgeSM search factor: AU=(Ammendola A or Ammendola, A. or Ammendola, Anna) AND AD=(Aveiro and CESAM)
  • Thesis title: NM-OREO: using a NM-(bio)molecule cOrona approach to undeRstand the mEchanisms of tOxicity - a systems biology environment impact study Supervisor: Mónica Amorim Category: BO Grant type: BI Funding entity: FCT Grant reference: PTDC/AAG-MAA/4084/2014 Start date: 2019-03-01 End date: 2019-12-31


Research interests

Ecotoxicology

Soil contamination

Nanoparticoles

Biomarkers

Air pollution: Apis mellifera

Academic degrees

2014 - Licenciatura Degree in environment and nature sciences and technologies. Life sciences department, University of Trieste, Italy. Thesis: analysis of the hypopharyngeal glands of apis mellifera in a polluted site and in an unpolluted site( Supervisor: Professor Silvia Battistella; Co-Supervisor: professor Piero Giulianini).

2018 - Master Degree in ecotoxicology and environmental sustainability. Life sciences deartment, University of Siena, Italy. Thesis: development and application of a biomarker of ecotoxicologists for the evaluation of the health status of apis mellifera( Supervisor: Professor Silvia Casini; Co-Supervisors: Ilaria Caliani; Tommaso Campani).

Scientific activities

01/03/2019-present: Research Fellow, Department of Biology and Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies (CESAM), University of Aveiro (UA), Aveiro (Portugal).

Others

01/05/2018 - 30/09/2018: Erasmus for traineeship, Department of Biology and Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies (CESAM), University of Aveiro (UA), Aveiro (Portugal).

Publications

Projects

NM-OREO: using a NM-(bio)molecule cOrona approach to undeRstand the mEchanisms of tOxicity - a systems biology environment impact study See more

Scientific Supervision


CESAM Funding: