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Susana Manso Araújo

Susana Manso Araújo

PhD Student

  • Thesis title: Emergence and dissemination of antibiotic resistance in the environment: origin of resistance genes and role of human activities
  • Supervisor: Dr. Isabel Henriques, Dr. Artur Alves

  • Researcher ID: F-8290-2013
  • ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2902-9873
  • Department: Biology Department
  • Research Group: Functional Biodiversity
  • Thesis title: Emergence and dissemination of antibiotic resistance in the environment: origin of resistance genes and role of human activities Supervisor: Dr. Isabel Henriques, Dr. Artur Alves Category: BO Grant type: BD Funding entity: FCT- Fundação para a Ciência e aTecnologia Grant reference: SFRH/BD/52573/2014 Start date: 2014-04-01 End date: 2019-03-31


Research interests

Antimicrobial resistance and public health;
Impact of anthropogenic contaminants on microbial communities;
Dissemination of antibiotic resistance genetic determinants;
Environmental microbiology; Aquatic environments;
Molecular methodologies and genomics.

Academic degrees

Master in Applied Biology, University of Aveiro (2012)
Degree in Biology, University of Aveiro (2010)

Scientific activities

2014 – present: PhD student of the Doctoral Program Biology and Ecology of Global Change (BEGC), University of Aveiro
2013 – 2014: Grant holder in the project PhytoMarsh, CESAM
2011 – 2013: Grant holder in the project SEAGULL, CESAM
2010 – 2011: Grant holder in the project FUBIA, CESAM

Others

Best shot-gun presentation IC2AR’17 (June, 2017)
FEMS grant EDAR’15 (May, 2015)
Best poster ENPGCB’15 (March, 2015)
Laboratory support in the Advanced Course "Microbial Diversity" University of Aveiro (July, 2013)
Prelector in the seminar "Analyses of water and food" ESTESC (January, 2013)
Participation in the Advanced Course “Antibiotic Resistance in the Environment” University of Aveiro (June, 2012)

Publications

Projects

ARTEMan: Transferência de resistência a antibióticos entre o Ambiente e o Homem See more

StARE - Stopping Antibiotic Resistance Evolution See more

PhytoMarsh - The phytosphere of salt-marsh plants: an underexplored microbial hot-spot See more

SEAGULL- Identification of nonpoint sources of faecal pollution in a natural environment: contributing data for risk assessment See more

Scientific Supervision

Academic degrees

Master in Applied Biology, University of Aveiro, July 2012


Degree in Biology, University of Aveiro, June 2010


CESAM Funding: