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  Filipe Miguel Grave Laranjeiro  
  Phone: +351234370350 ext. 22752 (LEME)  
  e-mail: flaranjeiro@ua.pt  
  Category: PhD  
  Department: Biology  
  Research group: Ecotoxicology
 
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  Thesis title:
  Supervisor: Susana Galante-Oliveira
  Category: BO
  Grant type: BI
  Funding entity: FCT
  Grant reference: BI/UI88/5353/2017
  Start date: 2017-05-01
  End date: 2017-08-31
Author Identifiers

ORCID: orcid.org/0000-0002-4483-9479


Scopus Author ID: 35332596800


Google scholar: http://scholar.google.pt/citat.....amp;oi=sra

Current Position

PhD student


Thesis title: Assessment of endocrine disrupting effects in two gastropod species, Nassarius reticulatus and Potamopyrgus antipodarum.


Supervisor: Prof. Doutor Carlos Miguez Barroso and Prof. Doutor Ricardo Beiras García-Sabell


Funding entity: FCT


Grant reference: SFRH/BD/72298/2010


Start date: 2011-05-01


End date: 2015-04-30

Academic Degrees

Bsc in Biology, Aveiro University, 2008


Msc in Toxicology and Ecotoxicology, Aveiro University, 2009

Scientific Activities


May 2011-April 2015 PhD Student at Biology Department, University of Aveiro and ECIMAT, University of Vigo, Spain


October 2011 - December 2011 Training (as part of PhD) at UMR 1011, INSERM - Université Lille 2, France


February 2011 - March 2011 Research fellow at University of Vigo, Spain


February 2010 - July 2011 Internship at ECIMAT, University of Vigo, Spain


September 2008 - December 2009 Master Student at Biology Department, University of Aveiro

Research interests

Endocrine Disruptors Compounds: Environmental levels and effects in gastropods


Imposex in wildlife


Environmental monitoring

Projects
CliMaStat – Impacto da alteração climática em bivalves e gastrópodes marinhos: disrupção do ciclo de vida por malformação de estatólitos / Impact of climate change on marine bivalves and gastropods: life cycle disruption by statoliths malformation [see details]

Publications
  1. Laranjeiro F, Sánchez-Marín P, Oliveira IB, Galante-Oliveira S, Barroso C (in press) Fifteen years of imposex and tributyltin pollution monitoring along the Portuguese coast. Environmental Pollution. 232, 411-421. (see details) ISI paper
    Link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2017.09.056
  2. Laranjeiro F., Sanchez-Marin P., Barros A., Galante-Oliveira S., Moscoso-Perez C., Fernandez-Gonzalez V., Barroso C. (2016) Triphenyltin induces imposex in Nucella lapillus through an aphallic route. Aquatic Toxicology. 175, 127-131. (see details) ISI paper
    Link: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0166445X16300583
  3. Charles S., Ducrot V., Azam D., Benstead R., Brettschneider D., De Schamphelaere K., Goncalves S.F., Green J.W., Holbech H., Hutchinson T.H., Faber D., Laranjeiro F., Matthiessen P., Norrgren L., Oehlmann J., Reategui-Zirena E., Seeland-Fremer A., Teigeler M., Thome J.P., Kaplon M.T., Weltje L., Lagadic L. (2016) Optimizing the design of a reproduction toxicity test with the pond snail Lymnaea stagnalis. Regulatory Toxicology And Pharmacology. 81, 47-56. (see details) ISI paper
    Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.yrtph.2016.07.012
  4. Laranjeiro F., Sanchez-Marin P., Galante-Oliveira S., Barroso C. (2015) Tributyltin pollution biomonitoring under the Water Framework Directive: Proposal of a multi-species tool to assess the ecological quality status of EU water bodies. Ecological Indicators. 57, 525-535. (see details) ISI paper
    Link: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1470160X15002174
  5. Laranjeiro F., Perez S., Navarro P., Carrero J.A., Beiras R. (2015) The usefulness of a sediment bioassay with the gastropod Nassarius reticulatus in tributyltin monitoring programs. Chemosphere. 139, 550-557. (see details) ISI paper
  6. Sousa A.C.A., Oliveira I., Laranjeiro F., Takahashi S., Tanabe S., Cunha M.R., Barroso C.M. (2012) Organotin levels in Nazaré Canyon (West Iberian Margin, NE Atlantic) and adjacent coastal area. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 64, 2, 422-426. (see details) ISI paper
    Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2011.11.013
  7. Sousa A., Laranjeiro F., Takahashi S., Tanabe S., Barroso C.M. (2009) Imposex and Organotin Prevalence in a European Post-Legislative Scenario: Temporal Trends from 2003 to 2008. Chemosphere. 77, 4, 566-573. (see details) ISI paper
    Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2009.06.049
  1. Laranjeiro F., Sousa A., Takahashi S., Tanabe S., Barroso C.M. (2010) Combination of Field Monitoring and Laboratory Bioassays for the Assessment of TBT Pollution in Ria de Aveiro. In Interdisciplinary Studies on Environmental Chemistry — Biological Responses to Contaminants: from molecular to community level. Edited by N. Hamamura, S. Suzuki, S. Mendo, C. M. Barroso, H. Iwata and S. Tanabe. pp. 175-188. TERRAPUB, Japan. (see details)
    Link: http://www.terrapub.co.jp/onlineproceedings/ec/03/pdf/BR_03175.pdf
  1. Laranjeiro F. (2009) Integrative approach for the assessment of TBT pollution in estuarine areas. MSc Thesis. (see details)
    Link: http://ria.ua.pt/handle/10773/8768
  1. Oliveira IB, Langford K, Sousa ACA, Galante-Oliveira S, Laranjeiro F, Sanchez-Marin P, Suter MJ-F, Thomas K, Barroso C (2015) Antifouling biocides contamination along the Portuguese coast. (see details)
  2. Laranjeiro F., Sánchez-Marín P., Barros A., Barroso C. (2015) Imposex induction in Nucella lapillus by Triphenyltin. (see details)
  3. Laranjeiro F., Sánchez-Marín P., Oliveira I.B., Galante-Oliveira S., Barroso C (2015) TBT pollution and imposex along the Portuguese Coast – A 15 years tale. (see details)
  4. Laranjeiro F., Sánchez-Marín P., Oliveira I.B., Galante-Oliveira S., Barroso C (2015) TBT pollution and imposex - Is this the end?. (see details)
  5. Laranjeiro F., Sánchez-Marín P., Oliveira I.B., Galante-Oliveira S., Barroso C (2015) Classification of the Ecological Quality Status of the Portuguese coast concerning TBT pollution, based on the levels of imposex in two gastropod species. (see details)
  6. Laranjeiro F., Beiras R., Barroso C. (2014) TBT pollution assessment in two estuarine systems under the new European legislative frameworks. (see details)
  7. Oliveira I.B., Galante-Oliveira S., Sousa A.C.A., Laranjeiro F., Groh K., Langford K., Suter M., Thomas K., Barroso C.M. (2013) AFP biocide contamination along the Portuguese coast: Temporal evolution and future perspectives. (see details)
  8. S. Rodrigues, C.M. Barroso, M.E. Pereira, J.P. Coelho, F. Laranjeiro, A.I. Lillebø, R. Pereira, A.M.V.M. Soares, I. Lopes(2013) (2013) Integrative assessment of water quality in transitional waters: the Lima river as a study case. . (see details)
  9. I. Lopes, C. Barroso, M.E. Pereira, M Caetano, JP Coelho, F Laranjeiro, AI Lillebo, R Pereira, P Pereira, J Raimundo, S Rodrigues, AMVM Soares, R Beiras (2013) An integrative toolbox to evaluate the environmental quality of transboundary transitional waters: the case study of Minho. (see details)
  10. Filipe Laranjeiro, Sara Perez, Patricia Navarro, Ricardo Beiras, Carlos Barroso (2013) Evaluation of the use of sediment bioassays with Nassarius reticulatus within a TBT pollution monitoring framework. (see details)
  11. Sousa A.C.A., Pastorinho R.M., Laranjeiro F., Oliveira I., Galante-Oliveira S., Barroso C.M., Nogueira A.J.A. (2012) Organotin compounds in the environment: from snails to humans. (see details)
  12. Laranjeiro F., Barroso C. (2009) Integrative approach for the assessment of TBT pollution in estuarine areas. (see details)
  13. Sousa A.C., Laranjeiro F., Takahashi S. , Tanabe S. , Barroso C.M (2007) Usefulness of Nassarius reticulatus imposex levels to monitor decreasing levels in TBT pollution: field and laboratory studies. (see details)
    Link: http://www.dioxin2007.org
  1. Sousa, A. , Laranjeiro, F., Takahashi, S., Tanabe, S., Barroso, C.M. (2007) Usefulness of Nassarius reticulatus imposex levels to monitor decreasing levels in TBT pollution: field and laboratory studies.Organohalogen Compounds Vol 69: 1075- 1078. (see details)