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Maria Madalena da Silva Andrade

Maria Madalena da Silva Andrade

Estudante de Doutoramento


  • Researcher ID: F-1780-2019
  • ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5704-8668
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  • Departamento: Biologia
  • Grupo de Investigação: Biodiversidade Funcional
  • Título da tese: Emerging and classical pollutants in a changing environment: impacts to estuarine bivalves Orientador: Dra Rosa Freitas, Dra Eduarda Pereira, Dra Montserrat Solé Category: ES


Interesses de investigação

• Application of traditional (physiological and biochemical) methodologies to evaluate the toxic impacts derived from climate change, the higher availability of classic to emergent contaminants and abiotic parameters such as tidal exposure.
• Ecotoxicity of emergent elements, nanoparticles and rare-earth material in aquatic systems
• Interactions and effects of different climate change scenarios with emergent pollutants
• The impacts of climate change on bivalves response
• Performance of relevant species: ecological, socio-economic and health concerns

Graus académicos

2016- Bachelor degree in Marine Sciences, Department of Physics, University of Aveiro
2018- Master degree in Toxicology and Ecotoxicology, Department of Biology, University of Aveiro

Atividades científicas

2018-2019: ASARISAFE project (Safety and sustainable management of valuable clam product in Portugal and China), under Dr. Rosa Freitas supervision.

2018-2019: Collaboration and traineeship with CIBM (Centro Interuniversitario di Biologia Marina ed Ecologia Applicata “G. Bacci”) (Livorno, Italy) in the ecotoxicology and biomarkers laboratory of Professor Carlo Pretti with the aim of analyzing the physiological and biochemical responses of the Mytilus galloprovincialis (mussel) after the exposure to CNTs (carbon nanotube) and Triclosan under different salinities.

2018- ESCPB 31st Congress: Madalena Andrade, Lucia De Marchi, Carlo Pretti, Federica Chiellini, Andrea Morelli, Amadeu M.V.M.Soares, Rui J.M.Rocha, Etelvina Figueira, Rosa Freitas. Are the Impacts of Carbon Nanotubes Enhanced in Mytilus Galloprovincialis Submitted to Air Exposure? Porto, Portugal, September 9-12

2019 - Society for Experimental Biology (SEB) Annual Meeting: Madalena Andrade, Lucia De Marchi, Amadeu M.V.M.Soares, Rui J.M.Rocha, Etelvina Figueira, Rosa Freitas. Climate change: The effects and interaction of tidal exposure and warming in intertidal mussels. Seville, Spain, July 2-5

Outros

2018- "Festival de Ciência" in Vila Verde to Oliveira do Barrio, Portugal. October 3-5

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