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Diana Dias

Diana Dias

Estudante de Doutoramento

  • Título da tese: Wild mammals in Portugal: their enteric flora as a source of pathogenic bacteria and antibacterial resistance
  • Orientador: Sónia Mendo / Carlos Fonseca / Tânia Caetano

  • Researcher ID: U-4614-2018
  • ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5065-8068
  • Ciencia ID: D21C-9532-09DF
  • Departamento: Departamento de Biologia
  • Grupo de Investigação: Biologia do "Stress"
  • Título da tese: Wild mammals in Portugal: their enteric flora as a source of pathogenic bacteria and antibacterial resistance Orientador: Sónia Mendo / Carlos Fonseca / Tânia Caetano Category: BO Grant type: BD Funding entity: FCT Grant reference: SFRH/BD/118618/2016 Start date: 2017-09-01 End date: 2021-08-31


Interesses de investigação

One Health
Antibacterial resistance
Pathogenic bacteria
Commensal bacteria
Wild mammals

Graus académicos

2009 - 2013 | Degree in Biology and Geology | University of Aveiro
2012 - 2014 | Master in Microbiology | University of Aveiro

Atividades científicas

2019 (3 - 7 June) | Advanced Course on Ecosystem services provided by wetlands (40 hours) | DBio
& CESAM at University of Aveiro

2018 (23 - 27 July) | Advanced Course on Microbial Diversity: Methods and Applications (40 hours) | DBio & CESAM at University of Aveiro

2018 (9 - 13 July) | Advanced Course on Bioinformatics for Microbiologists (40 hours) | DBio & CESAM at University of Aveiro

2018 (18 - 22 June) | Advanced Course on Antibiotic alternatives against pathogenic bacteria (40 hours) | DBio & CESAM at University of Aveiro

2012 (16 - 20 July) | Scientific Monitor at Academia de Verão | University of Aveiro

Outros

Outreaching Activities:

"Prokaryotic organism culture techniques (Bacteria and Archaea) and evaluation of phenotypic characteristics". Dinamization of a Workshop for high school students at Adolfo Portela highschool (Águeda).

Publicações

Projetos

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Financiamento do CESAM: