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Marija Prodana

Marija Prodana

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow


  • Researcher ID: K-1353-2017
  • ORCID: 0000-0002-7747-4699
  • Department: Department of Biology
  • Research Group: Functional Biodiversity
  • ISI Web of KnowledgeSM search factor: AU=(Prodana * OR Prodana M. *) AND OG=(UNIVERSIDADE DE AVEIRO) NOT AU=Prodana Mariana
  • Title: Supervisor: Dr. Rui Morgado and Dr. Susana Loureiro Category: BO Grant type: BI Funding entity: FCT Grant reference: N.A. Start date: 2019-02-01 End date: 2020-07-01


Research interests

Terrestrial ecotoxicology
Aquatic toxicology
Biochar effects on soil functions
Ecotoxicology, mobility and fate of contaminants in soils
Soil-biota interactions and functional biodiversity
Food safety

Academic degrees

PhD in Biology (2018). University of Aveiro, Portugal.
MSc in Environmental Studies (2011). Aalborg University, Denmark; Hamburg University of Technology, Germany; University of Aveiro, Portugal.
Biologist (2008). University of Novi Sad, Serbia.

Scientific activities

Research fellow in the European project “NanoFASE Nanomaterial FAte and Speciation in the Environment” (July 2018 – January 2019).

Research fellow in the project ECOCENE (February 2019-present).

Publications

Projects

ECOCENE - Ecological Effects of Nanopesticides to Soil Ecosystems See more

Scientific Supervision

Research activities

Research fellow in the European project “NanoFASE Nanomaterial FAte and Speciation in the Environment”  (July 2018 – January 2019).


Reserach fellow in the project ECOCENE (February 2019-present).

Awards

Training school grant awarded by COST Action TD1107 for attending 3rd European Biochar Summer school “Chemical and physical characterization of bio and hydrochars and their application in the field” 1-6 March 2015, Seville, Spain


Registration & Travel grant for SETAC Europe 25th Annual Meeting in Barcelona from 3-7 May 2015


Doctoral fellowship (1/10/2013-1/10/2017) funded byPortuguese Foundation for Science and Technology


MSc scholarship (1/9/2009-1/9/2011) for the 2-years postgraduate program Joint European Master in Environmental Studies (JEMES) awarded by European Commission Erasmus Mundus.


 


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