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Bruna Alexandra Martins Marques

Bruna Alexandra Martins Marques

PhD Student

  • Researcher ID 50162103900
  • ORCID 0000-0001-8092-8359
  • Department: Biology
  • Research Group: Marine Biotechnology & Aquaculture
  • ISI Web of KnowledgeSM search factor : AU=(Marques B) AND AD=(Aveiro)
  • Thesis title: Efficiency of polychaetes and halophytes on the bioremediation of a super intensive recirculated fish farm effluent Supervisor: Doutora Ana Isabel Lillebø Category: BO Grant type: BD Funding entity: Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia Grant reference: SFRH/BD/96037/2013 Start date: 2014-05-01 End date: 2018-04-30

Research interests

Sustainable aquaculture
Marine Biotechnology
Integrated multitrophic aquaculture
Nutrient cycle

Academic degrees

2010 - MSc in Analytical chemistry and quality control, Chemistry department, University of Aveiro
2007 - First degree in Chemical engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Bragança

Scientific activities

2013-2014 - Research Technique, PROMAR - Integrated System for Managing Fish farm Effluents (STEP)
2012-2012 - Research Fellow, LTER/BIA-BEC/0063/2009 – Monito
rização de longo prazo na Ria de Aveiro: rumo a um conhecimento mais fundo dos processos ecológicos, ambientais e económicos (LTER-RAVE)
2010-2012 - Research Technique, PTDC/MAR/67752/2006 - O papel das plantas de sapal no ciclo do mercúrio. Identificação das interações planta-bactérias-Hg críticas para a remediação de ecossistemas (MARMER)


2014-2018 - Phd student



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

PORBIOTA - Portuguese E-Infrastructure for Information and Research on Biodiversity See more

SmartBioR - Smart Valorization of Biological Marine Resources. See more

RESTORE - Phytoremediation of saline soils using Salicornia ramossisima See more

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

MARMER: The role of salt marsh plants on mercury cycle. Identifying plant-bacteria-Hg interactions critical for ecosystem remediation See more

Scientific Supervision

CESAM Funding: