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Maria do Rosário Domingues

Maria do Rosário Domingues

Associate Professor with habilitation


  • Researcher ID: K-7444-2014
  • ORCID: 0000-0001-5357-3601
  • Department: Chemistry
  • Research Group: Marine Biotechnology & Aquaculture
  • ISI Web of KnowledgeSM search factor: • Web of Science (All Databases) and the query “AUTHOR: (Domingues M*) AND ADDRESS: (aveiro)


Research interests

Mass Spectrometry
Lipidomics
Marinelipidomics
Lipidomics in health and disease
Food lipidomics
Microbial Lipidomics
Glycomics
Biomolecules modification associated with oxidative stress monitored by mass spectrometry

Academic degrees

2016 Habillitation in Biochemistry,University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
1998 Phd in Chemistry, University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
1990 Degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal

Scientific activities

Career activities
2016 Associate Professor with habilitation, Department of Chemistry, University of Aveiro, Portugal

2015 Vice director of the Department of Chemistry, University of Aveiro, Portugal

01/1991-07/1993 “Assistente estagiária” University of Aveiro
07/1993-05/1998 Assistent University of Aveiro
1998- 2014 Assistant Professor University of Aveiro
1914- 2016 Assistant Professor with habilitaion University of Aveiro

Professional activities
Head of the Lipidomics Laboratory, Mass Spectrometry Centre, Department of Chemistry , University of Aveiro
Director of the Phd Program in Biochemistry

Publications

Projects

Omics4Algae - Lipidomic tools for chemical phenotyping, traceability and valorisation of seaweeds from aquaculture as a sustainable source of high added-value compounds See more

SUShI - SUStainable use of Insect protein in aquaculture feed See more

TraSeafood - Tracing the Geographic Origin of Seafood as a Pathway Towards the Smart Valorization of Endogenous Marine Resources See more

AquaMMIn - Development and validation of a modular integrated multitrophic aquaculture system for marine and brackish water species See more

ValorMar -Integral Valorization of Marine Resources: Potential, Technological Innovation and New Applications See more

SmartBioR - Smart Valorization of Biological Marine Resources. See more

GENIALG - GENetic diversity exploitation for Innovative Macro-ALGal biorefinery See more

HALOFOOD - Decoding lipid profile of saltmarsh halophytes for human consumption and livestock nutrition See more

MASSTRPLAN - MASS spectrometry TRaining in Protein Lipoxidation ANalysis for Inflammation See more

ACCLifeSci - Advanced Analytical Chemistry for Life Sciences See more

Scientific Supervision

PhD (Main Supervisor): Ana Figueiredo (not a CESAM member)

PhD (Main Supervisor): Diana Lopes (CESAM member)

PhD (Co-supervisor): Daniela Couto (not a CESAM member)

PhD (Co-supervisor): Ana Fontes (not a CESAM member)

Post-doc (Main Supervisor): João Pedro Santos Prata Monteiro (CESAM member)

Master (Co-supervisor): Diana Lopes (CESAM member)

PhD (Main Supervisor): Celestina Lopes (CESAM member)

PhD (Main Supervisor): Simone Colombo (not a CESAM member)

PhD (Main Supervisor): Carmen Sierra (not a CESAM member)

PhD (Main Supervisor): Elisabete Valente da Costa (CESAM member)

PhD (Main Supervisor): Tânia Sofia Melo (not a CESAM member)

PhD (Co-supervisor): Javier Fernando Montero Búllon (not a CESAM member)

PhD (Co-supervisor): Fernando António Francisco Ricardo (CESAM member)

PhD (Co-supervisor): Ana Rita Dias Araújo (ex-CESAM member)

Post-doc (Main Supervisor): Felisa Rey Eiras (CESAM member)

Post-doc (Main Supervisor): Felisa Rey Eiras (CESAM member)

Post-doc (Main Supervisor): Felisa Rey Eiras (CESAM member)

Post-doc (Main Supervisor): Elisabete Valente da Costa (CESAM member)

Post-doc (Main Supervisor): Ana Sofia Pereira Moreira (ex-CESAM member)

Post-doc (Main Supervisor): Ana Sofia Pereira Moreira (ex-CESAM member)

Post-doc (Main Supervisor): Felisa Rey Eiras (CESAM member)

Post-doc (Co-supervisor): Elisabete Valente da Costa (CESAM member)

Short Curriculum Vitae

Rosário Domingues, Ph.D. is presently Associated Professor with Habilllitation in the Department of Chemistry & CESAM, University of Aveiro (UA), Aveiro, Portugal. She is Vice Head of the Department of Chemistry and Director of the Doctoral Program of Biochemistry at UA. She graduated in Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Coimbra (1990), received her Ph.D. degree in Chemistry (1998), and Habilitation in Biochemistry (2014) at the University of Aveiro. Since 2016 she held the contract of Associated Professor with Habilitation in the Mass Spectrometry Centre, Department of Chemistry, University of Aveiro (UA). From 1991 to 1998 she was Assistant at UA, and Auxiliar Professor between 1998-2016. She has over 25 years of research experience in the field of mass spectrometry, and is a well-established researcher in the field of lipidomics, glycomics and changes in biomolecules associated with oxidative stress monitored by mass spectrometry. She is one of the co-leaders of the Lipidomics Laboratory of the Mass Spectrometry Centre of the UA. Her major research interests are focused in Lipidomics, namely: Marine Lipidomics, Oxidative Lipidomics and Lipidomics in Health and Disease. She is/has already been PI and /or team member of more than 20 projects funded by national and European programs. In the present, she is the coordinator at UA of two European projects, the project H2020-MSCA-ITN-2015 Innovative Training Networks (ITNH2020-MSCA-ITN-2015) “MASS spectrometry TRaining in Protein Lipoxidation ANalysis for Inflammation; MASSTRPLAN (Grant number 675132) and the project GENIALG - Genetic diversity exploitation for Innovative macro-algal biorefinery (ANR-15-MRSE-0015), Innovation actions BG-01-2016: Large-scale algae biomass integrated biorefineries. To date, she has authored one book, six book chapters and more than 220 articles published in international journals w

Area of scientific activity

Mass Spectrometry


Analysis of oxidized biomolecules by mass spectrometry


Lipidomics


Marine Lipidomics


Lipidomics in Health and disease


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