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Barbara dos Santos Correia

Barbara dos Santos Correia

Research Fellow

  • Department: Biology
  • Research Group: Stress Biology
  • Thesis title: URGENTpine Supervisor: Dra Glória Pinto Category: BO Grant type: BI Funding entity: FCT Grant reference: PTDC/AGR-FOR/2768/2014 Start date: 2017-12-01 End date: 2018-12-31


Research interests

Academic degrees

Scientific activities

Others

Publications

Projects

In progress (2)
ALIEN - An integrated approach to unravel Lasiodiplodia-grapevine Interactions See more

URGENTpine ­- UnRaveling host­pathoGEn iNteracTions in pine pitch canker disease See more

Concluded (2)
Chlamy4Future: Improving biofuel production by the regulation of central metabolism through abiotic stress mimicking. Are four novel cAMP-dependant kinases suitable as targets for C hlamydomonas strain engineering? See more

Ecophysiolyptus: Physiological and gene expression profiles for early selection of Eucalyptus globulus in a climate change context See more

Scientific Supervision

In progress (0)
Concluded (0)

Work experience

15 Sep 11 - 31 Mar 13


BI fellowship (BSc) in the project ‘Ecophysiolytpus’, with the reference BI/CESAM/PTDC/AGRCFL/112996/2009, under the supervision of Dr. Glória Pinto (CESAM - Department of Biology, University of Aveiro).


01 Abr 17 - 30 Set 17


BI fellowship (MSc) in the project ‘Lentidev’, with the reference REF.CBL.LENTIDEV.BI1/2017.ALT20-03-0246-FEDER-000020, under the supervision of Dr. Liliana Marum (CEBAL, Beja, Portugal).


01 Dez 17 - Present


BI fellowship (MSc) in the project ‘URGENTpine’, with the reference BI/CESAM/0030/PTDC/AGR-FOR/2768/2014, under the supervision of Dr. Glória Pinto (CESAM - Department of Biology, University of Aveiro).

Academic career

ACADEMIC DEGREES:


18 Sept 2006 - 22 Jun 2011


Degree in Biology (1st Cycle in Bologna Process), University of Aveiro. Final project (monograph): High temperature stress in oaks (Quercus spp.): biological responses and study protocols, supervision by Dr. Glória Pinto.


ERASMUS (Oviedo, Spain) training period: Ecophysiological and gene expression performance of cork oak plants during heat stress and after recovery (oral report). Supervision by Dr. Glória Pinto e Prof. Dr. Roberto Rodríguez (University of Oviedo, Astúrias, Espanha).


31 Ago 11 - 7 Dez 12


MSc in Applied Biology (2nd Cycle in Bologna Process), University of Aveiro. Thesis title: Water stress and recovery in Eucalyptus: Physiological profiles, supervision by Dr. Glória Pinto and Dr. Marta Pintó-Marijuan (ITQB-UNL).


07 Jan 13 - 07 Jul 17


PhD in Biology (3rd Cycle in Bologna Process), University of Aveiro. Thesis title: Linking ‘omics and ecophysiology in Eucalyptus: unravelling stress tolerance in a forest species, supervision by Dr. Glória Pinto, Dr. Luis Valledor (University of Oviedo) and Dr. Robert D. Hancock (The James Hutton Institute).

Research interests

- plant physiology and ecophysiology;


- molecular biology (gene expression and epigenetics);


- proteomics and metabolomics;


- crops, forest trees (Quercus, Eucalyptus, Pinus) and climate change (biotic and abiotic stress).


CESAM Funding: