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Cláudia de Jesus

Cláudia de Jesus

Ph.D. Student

  • Thesis title: Salicylic acid as elicitor to enhance grapevine resilience to combined biotic and abiotic stress.
  • Supervisor: Dra. Glória Catarina Pinto (University of Aveiro), Dra. Mónica Meijón (University of Oviedo), Dr Jesús Jorrín-Novo (University of Cordoba)

  • Researcher ID: S-4566-2018
  • ORCID: 0000-0002-4422-7616
  • Department: Biology
  • Research Group: Stress Biology
  • Thesis title: Salicylic acid as elicitor to enhance grapevine resilience to combined biotic and abiotic stress. Supervisor: Dra. Glória Catarina Pinto (University of Aveiro), Dra. Mónica Meijón (University of Oviedo), Dr Jesús Jorrín-Novo (University of Cordoba) Category: BO Grant type: BD Funding entity: FCT Grant reference: SFRH/BD/123887/2016 Start date: 2017-05-01 End date: 2021-04-30


Publications

Projects

BP4BP - Tamarillo breeding: better plants for better products See more

Ecophysiolyptus - Physiological and gene expression profiles for early selection of Eucalyptus globulus in a climate change context See more

Scientific Supervision

Work experience

Research Assistant (plant physiologist/biochemist) in the Plant Biology and Crop Science Department (Rothamsted Research), Harpenden (UK). Jan 2016 – Apr 2017. Project title: Trehalose 6-phosphate chemical intervention for broad-range crop resilience.


BI Fellowship in the project LUNA (Low-flying UNmanned Aereal forest monitoring system), Aveiro (Portugal). Aug 2014 – Jun 2015.


BI Fellowship in the project ClimVineSafe (PTDC/AGR-ALI/110877/2009), Aveiro (Portugal). Sept 2012 –  Aug 2013.


Traineeship in Altri Florestal SA, Olho Marinho, Óbidos (Portugal). Sep 2011 – 01 Jul 2012. Title: Influence of nursery propagation strategies on Eucalyptus globulus plant stock quality


Research collaborator in the project 'Ecophysiolyptus: Physiological and gene expression profiles for early selection of Eucalyptus globulus in a climate change context'. Jan - Jun 2012 

Academic career

ACADEMIC DEGREES:


Sept 2014 - July 2014


Master in Applied Biology (2nd cycle in bologna process), University of Aveiro, Aveiro (Portugal).


Thesis title: Salicylic acid and drought tolerance improvement in Eucalyptus. (http://ria.ua.pt/handle/10773/13377)


 Sept 2007 - Jun 2012


Degree in Biology (1st Cycle in Bologna Process), University of Aveiro, Aveiro (Portugal).


Traineeship: Influence of nursery propagation strategies on Eucalyptus globulus plant stock quality.


 

Research interests

- Plant physiology and ecophysiology;


- Plant response to global environmental change;


- Plant propagation and stock quality (Eucalyptus globulus);


- Oxidative stress;


- Mitigation strategies to improve the performance of plant response to climate change (plant elicitors).


 


CESAM Funding: