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  Cátia Sofia Faria Martins  
  e-mail: catia.martins19@gmail.com  
  Category: PhD Student  
  Department: Chemistry & Biology  
  Research group: Marine and Estuarine Ecology
  Direct URL for this page: http://www.cesam.ua.pt/catiamartins  
  Thesis title: Controlo do processo cervejeiro e estabilidade do produto com base em novos marcadores biomoleculares: o papel da levedura Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  Supervisor: Prof. Doutora Sílvia Rocha (Dep. Química), Prof. Doutora Adelaide Almeida (Dep. Biologia)
  Category: BO
  Grant type: BD
  Funding entity: FCT
  Grant reference: SFRH/BD/77988/2011
  Start date: 2012-03-01
  End date: 2016-02-29
Academic Degrees

1st Cycle degree in Biotecnology in the Aveiro University in 2009 with the final Classification of 15 values.

Master degree in Food Biotecnology in the Aveiro University in 2011 with the final Classification of 18 values.

Professional career

Scholarship for the Integration Research (BII) on QOPNA (Química Orgânica de Produtos Naturais e Agroalimentares) from 01/12/2008 to 30/11/2009

Courses and Workshops

  • Technical English (Level B2), at University of Aveiro (8 February to 11 June 2010) (24 hours)

  • "Workshop SPME 2010 – Fundamentals and Strategies for the Development of Methodologies and Aplications", at Aveiro University (7 hours)

  • "Alimentas" Seminar, at Academia VLM (14 April 2011) (7 hours)

  • "HACCP and Food Safety", at School House Aveiro (20,27 October and 3 November 2012) (21 hours)

  • "Workshop SPME 2013 - Food control and SPME" on the 25th of January 2013,  at Aveiro University (7 hours)

Recognitions and awards

Américo Reboredo Award (Rotary Club de Aveiro) (2011) - Best finalist master student of food area at Aveiro University

  1. Martins C., Brandao T., Almeida A., Rocha S.M. (2017) Metabolomics strategy for the mapping of volatile exometabolome from Saccharomyces spp. widely used in the food industry based on comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography. Journal Of Separation Science. 40, 10, 2228-2237. (see details) ISI paper
  2. Martins C., Brandao T., Almeida A., Rocha S.M. (2015) Insights on beer volatile profile: Optimization of solid-phase microextraction procedure taking advantage of the comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography structured separation. Journal Of Separation Science. 38, 12, 2140-2148. (see details) ISI paper
    Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jssc.201401388
  1. Martins C., Brandão T., Almeida A., Rocha S. M., (2017) Como desvendar o aroma de uma cerveja?, Cap. 12, pp. 186-202. In: Manuel A. Coimbra. (EDS.), Bioquímica e bem-estar. Porto. Edições Afrontamento, Lda.. (see details)
  2. Martins C., Brandão T., Almeida A., Rocha S. M. (2016) Saccharomyces spp. Role in Brewing Process and its Serial Repitching Impact, Cap. 5, pp. 213-256. In: William H. Salazar. (EDS.), Food and Beverage Consumption and Health. NY, USA. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 978-1-63485-704-8. (see details)
    Link: https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=59173
  1. Martins C., Brandão T., Almeida A., Rocha S. M. (2017) Novel insights on Saccharomyces spp. exometabolome through comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography, OMIC9, 267. (see details)
  2. Martins C., Brandão T., Almeida A., Rocha S. (2016) Saccharomyces spp. metabolomics: Toward a platform based on advanced gas chromatography. OC-38, page 123. (see details)
  3. Martins, C. (2015) New approach for beer volatile profiling: optimization of SPME procedure taking into account GC×GC structured separation. (see details)
  4. Martins, C. (2015) Insights on Saccharomyces strains volatile exometabolome through multidimensional gas chromatography. (see details)
  5. Martins C., Almeida A., Brandão T., Rocha S. (2014) Insights on the Volatile Beer Profile Through HS-SPME/ GC×GC-ToFMS: Optimization of SPME Procedure Taking Advantage of the GC×GC Structured Separations. OC20. (see details)
  6. Martins C.,Brandão T., Almeida A., Rocha S. (2014) GCxGC-ToFMS a novel and powerfull tool to establish the beer volatile profiling. L4.1, page 36. (see details)
  7. Martins C., Almeida A., Brandão T., Rocha S. (2013) A novel tool to establish volatile molecular biomarkers to evaluate yeasts performance through beer fermentation: S. cerevisiae and S. pastorianus. P045, page 59. (see details)