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Cláudia Oliveira

Cláudia Oliveira

Invited Assistant Professor



Research interests

Bacterial plasmids diversity and accessory genes and their role in bacterial adaptation in natural environments impacted by human action.

Academic degrees

BSc in Biology
Master in Molecular Microbiology
PhD in Biology

Others

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Publications

Projects

Impact of phytoremediation processes on bacterial communities from Pb and Cd contaminated soils See more

GEMOVE - Genes in motion: Mobile genes in microbial communities, how to catch them? 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

Assessing conformational stability of aspartic proteinases with biotechnological and medical relevance – Unfolding/refolding of dimeric and monomeric proteins See more

Scientific Supervision

Master (Co-supervisor): Vânia Silva oliveira (not a CESAM member)

Master (Main Supervisor): Beatriz Lázaro Pinto (not a CESAM member)

Master (Main Supervisor): Catarina Freitas de Sousa Santos (not a CESAM member)

Master (Main Supervisor): Lara Torres Conde (not a CESAM member)

Master (Co-supervisor): Maria Teresa de Sousa Coelho Cortez (not a CESAM member)

Master (Co-supervisor): Diana Salvador de Sá Dias (not a CESAM member)

Pesquisa (Main Supervisor): Gisela Sofia Correia Costa (not a CESAM member)

Pesquisa (Main Supervisor): Sekerani Chidiamassamba (not a CESAM member)

Pesquisa (Co-supervisor): Ana Patrícia Oliveira (not a CESAM member)

Estágio (Co-supervisor): Ana Patrícia Oliveira (not a CESAM member)

Post-doc (Main Supervisor): Sónia Cristina Santos Martins (not a CESAM member)

Research Projects

2010-2013: "SEAGULL - Identification of nonpoint sources of faecal pollution in a natural environment: contributing data for risk assessment" (PTDC/AAC-AMB/109155/2008). Principal Investigator: Anabela Pereira, University of Aveiro.


2005-2008: "Assessing conformational stability of aspartic proteinases with biotechnological and medical relevance - Unfolding/refolding of dimeric and monomeric proteins" (POCI/QUI/60791/2004). Principal Investigator: Marlene Barros, Portuguese Catholic University.


1999-2001: "How do Organic Solvents Affect Cardosin A and Cardosin B Activity and Structure. The use of Cardosins in New Strategies and New Tactics for Routine Peptide Synthesis" (Praxis/P/Qui/10131/98). Principal Investigator: Marlene Barros, University of Aveiro.

Academic degrees

BSc in Biology, University of Aveiro, 1997 MSc in Molecular Microbiology, University of Aveiro, 2001 PhD in Biology, University of Aveiro, 2007 Post Doc in Molecular Microbiology, University of Aveiro (SFRH/BPD/65820/2009) - March 2010-February 2013 Molecular Microbiology Lab http://biomicrolab.web.ua.pt/

Research interests

Experience in


Protein purification; Protein stability; Molecular microbiology


Research interests


Plasmid mediated gene transfer in environmental samples; Plasmid roles in microbial communities adaptation; Variability of plasmid associated genetic features.


Other interests


Antimicrobial activity determinations of natural and synthetic composites.


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