Sandra Godinho
Silva
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DP_AEM student
Institute for Bioengineering and Biosciences (IBB)
Doctoral Program in Biotechnology and Biosciences (Técnico)
2018-2022
Rodrigo Costa
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Phd Thesis

Study of the production of bioactive metabolites from microbial symbionts of marine sponges and corals (PD/BD/143029/2018)

Publication and Meetings

Silva SG, Blom J, Keller-Costa T, Costa R. 2019. Comparative genomics reveals complex natural product biosynthesis capacities and carbon metabolism across host-associated and free-living Aquimarina (BacteroidetesFlavobacteriaceae) species. Environmental Microbiology. doi.org/10.1111/1462-2920.14747

 

Marques M, Borges N, Silva SG, Nunes da Rocha U, Lago-Lestón A, Keller-Costa T, Costa, R. 2020. Metagenome-Assembled Genome Sequences of Three Uncultured Planktomarinas p. Strains from the Northeast Atlantic Ocean. Microbiology resource announcements. doi.org/10.1128/MRA.00127-20

Silva SG, Lago-Lestón A, Costa R and Keller-Costa T. 2018. Draft genome sequence of Sphingorhabdus sp. strain EL138, a metabolically-versatile alphaproteobacterium isolated from the gorgonian coral Eunicella labiataGenome Announcements 6(9): e00142-18.  doi: 10.1128/genomeA.00142-18 

Raimundo I, Silva SG, Costa R, Keller-Costa T. 2018. Bioactive Secondary Metabolites from Octocoral-Associated Microbes—New Chances for Blue Growth. Mar Drugs 16(12):485. doi:10.3390/md16120485

7th Workshop of the Doctoral Program in Applied and Environmental Microbiology (DP_AEM); September 24-27, 2018, Campus de Gualtar Universidade do Minho, Braga;

8th Workshop of the Doctoral Program in Applied and Environmental Microbiology (DP_AEM);  February 10-12, 2020, Campus de Gualtar Universidade do Minho, Braga;

 

Poster Communications:

Silva SG, Keller-Costa T, Costa, R. Comparative genomics reveals natural product biosynthesis potential and complex carbon metabolism across host associated and free living Aquimarina species. 16th Copenhagen Biosciences Conference: Natural Products - Discovery, Biosynthesis and Application, Novo Nordisk Foundation, Copenhagen, Denmark. May 5-9th, 2019

Silva SG, Keller-Costa T, Costa, R. Comparative genomics reveals natural product biosynthesis potential across host associated and free living Aquimarina species. 15th Symposium on Bacterial Genetics and Ecology - BAGECO15, Lisbon, Portugal. May 26-29th, 2019.

Paula P, Silva SG, Mil-Homens D., Galocha M, Teixeira, NM, Fialho A, Keller-Costa T, Costa, R. Aquimarina species (Flavobacteria, Bacteroidetes) possess antimicrobial activity towards human pathogens and opportunistic marine bacteria. Microbiotec19, Coimbra, Portugal. December 5-7th, 2019

Marques M, Silva SG, Bernardes M, Fialho A, Keller-Costa T, Costa, R. Extracellular metabolites from marine Aquimarina (Bacteroidetes) species possess promising anticancer activity. Microbiotec19, Coimbra, Portugal. December 5-7th, 2019

Training

Liquid Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry in Marine Sciences. October 28-30th, 2019. CCMAR, Campus Gambelas

Introduction to R for ecology and evolutionary biology. February 11st-15th, 2019. cE3c Advanced Courses, Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes (cE3c), FCUL

Awards

FEMS Research and Training Grant. GO-2019-511

Travel grant to attend the 16th Copenhagen Biosciences Conference: Natural Products- Discovery, Biosynthesis and Application, Financed by Novo Nordisk Foundation.