ACTIVITY
REPORT 2010
Content: Annual Activity Report 2010, presented by CIMAR – Associated Laboratory to
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia.
LIST OF CONTENTS
1. GENERAL INFORMATION......................................................................................
Functional Biochemistry and Proteomics ............................................................................... 166...
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1. GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 Name of Research Unit
CIMAR - Centro de Investigação Marinha e Ambient...
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2. RESEARCH TEAM
2.1 Member researchers with PhD
- 1. Adelino Vicente Mendonça Canário (Agregação...
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- 48. Cristina Maria Bravo de Faria Cruz (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%)
- 49. Dina Cri...
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- 99. Iacopo Bertocci (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%)
- 100. Isabel Gonçalves de Ba...
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- 147. Dulce Isabel Assis Alves Martins (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%)
- 148. E...
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- 194. Rita Alexandra Duarte Borges (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%)
- 195. Rui M...
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- 26. Catarina Figueiredo da Mota (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%)
- 27. Catarina Viz...
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- 76. Miguel José Teodoro Correia (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%)
- 77. Monya Mendes...
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- 128. Pedro António Nobre Soares Pinto das Neves (Licenciatura / Técnico Superior e Técnico /
30...
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- 179. Marco Alexandre Cavaco Cerqueira (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%)
- 180. ...
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- 231. João Faria de Oliveira Santos (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%)
- 232. Jo...
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2.3 Summary
215; 45%
116; 24%
135; 28%
16; 3%
Academic degree
PhD
Master
Graduate
Undergraduate
...
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3. OBJECTIVES AND ACHIEVEMENTS
3.1 Unit description
CIMAR Associated Laboratory (CIMAR LA) was i...
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characterize and monitor the impact of human activities in the environment”. With these
objectiv...
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Enlargement of a computation cluster, now providing a platform for genome assembly
phylogenetic ...
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4. ACTIVITIES
4.1 Integrative/multidisciplinary activities during the year of 2010
- Continued c...
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CIMAR regularly participates in the Ciência Viva Programme (http://www.cienciaviva.pt) to
contri...
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5. FUNDING
Origin 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
LA FCT * 1.092.380,00 2.913.911,00 2.977.162,00 2.788...
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6. GENERAL INDICATORS
6.1 Composition and training
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Total
No. of Researc...
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7. RESEARCH LINES (THEMATIC AREAS)
RL1 - Ecology, Biodiversity and Management of Aquatic Ecosyst...
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- Train young scientists and to disseminate scientific knowledge.
2. Main achievements
Ecotoxico...
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Biodiversity
- Discovery and description of new species, mapping of biodiversity and identificat...
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Ferreira, F et al. 2010. Sexing blennies using genital papilla morphology or anogenital distance...
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León Cisneros, Karla. 2010. Filogeografia do género Scinaia (Rhodophyta) de áreas transicionais....
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RL2 - Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology
7a. General description
1. Designation
Environmenta...
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- Development and optimization of analytical techniques to measure environmental
contaminants an...
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7c. Research lines output
1. Collaborative publications in peer review journals
Examples of coll...
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Sarria, MP et al. Environment International, doi:10.1016/j.envint.2010.11.004.
Silva, P, et al. ...
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RL3 - Biology and Marine Biotechnologies
7a. General description
1. Designation
Biology and Mari...
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pressure, cortisol and divergent somatic growth. Transcriptome analysis (454
seqeuncing) of the ...
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Conceicão, LEC, Aragão, C, Richard, N, Engrola, S, Gavaia, P, Mira, S, Dias, J. 2010. Novel
meth...
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Ozorio, ROA, Hubbard, PC, Barata, EN, Valente, LMP, Canário, AVM. 2010. Olfactory Sensitivity
to...
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ICBAS, University of Porto. Supervisor: Maria João Rocha (CIMAR-LECEMA), Co-supervisors:
Eduardo...
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RL4 - Aquaculture
7a. General description
1. Designation
Aquaculture
2. Principal investigator
M...
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Main scientific achievements:
- Development of practical diets with low levels of marine-derived...
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Bertocci, I, Arenas, F, Matias, M, Vaselli, S, Araújo, R, Abreu, H, Pereira, R, Vieira, R, Sousa...
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Pereira, R, Yarish, C. 2010. The role of Porphyra in sustainable culture systems: Physiology and...
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ACTIVITY REPORT 2010

  1. 1. ACTIVITY REPORT 2010
  2. 2. Content: Annual Activity Report 2010, presented by CIMAR – Associated Laboratory to Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia.
  3. 3. LIST OF CONTENTS 1. GENERAL INFORMATION............................................................................................................. 1 2. RESEARCH TEAM.......................................................................................................................... 2 3. OBJECTIVES AND ACHIEVEMENTS............................................................................................. 13 4. ACTIVITIES.................................................................................................................................. 16 5. FUNDING ................................................................................................................................... 18 6. GENERAL INDICATORS............................................................................................................... 19 7. RESEARCH LINES (THEMATIC AREAS) ........................................................................................ 20 RL1 - Ecology, Biodiversity and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems...................................... 20 RL2 - Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology........................................................................ 25 RL3 - Biology and Marine Biotechnologies ............................................................................... 29 RL4 - Aquaculture...................................................................................................................... 34 8. RESEARCH GROUPS ................................................................................................................... 38 Aquaculture Research Group (Aquagroup)............................................................................... 40 Aquatic Insular Research........................................................................................................... 48 Biogeographical Ecology and Evolution (BEE)........................................................................... 54 Biophysics.................................................................................................................................. 62 Cellular and Inorganic Biochemistry (CIB)................................................................................. 66 Cellular, Molecular and Analytical Studies (LECEMA)............................................................... 69 Chemical Speciation and Bioavailability (CS&B) ....................................................................... 77 Chemistry and Biological Activity of Marine Natural Products................................................. 82 Coastal Biodiversity................................................................................................................... 86 Comparative Molecular Endocrinology (CME).......................................................................... 96 Ecology and Restoration of Estuarine and Coastal Habitats (ECOREACH).............................. 104 Ecophysiology.......................................................................................................................... 108 Ecotoxicology and Ecology (ECOTOX) ..................................................................................... 114 Ecotoxicology, Genomics and Evolution (LEGE)...................................................................... 123 Environmental Technologies................................................................................................... 131 Environmental Toxicology....................................................................................................... 136 Evolution, Development and Gene Expression (EDGE)........................................................... 143 Fish Nutrition........................................................................................................................... 151 Fisheries Biology and Hydroecology Research Group (FBHRG).............................................. 156 Fisheries, Biodiversity and Conservation ................................................................................ 160
  4. 4. Functional Biochemistry and Proteomics ............................................................................... 166 Geology and Paleoceanography ............................................................................................. 169 Hydrobiology........................................................................................................................... 177 Marine Biotechnologies (MarBiotech).................................................................................... 185 Marine Community Ecology and Evolution (LMCEE) .............................................................. 188 Marine Plant Ecology (ALGAE) ................................................................................................ 196 Microbial Ecology and Evolution............................................................................................. 201 Modelling and Coastal Management...................................................................................... 204 Nutrition, Growth and Quality of Fish (LANUCE).................................................................... 208 Oceanic and Coastal Dynamics ............................................................................................... 216 Pathology ................................................................................................................................ 226 Plant Systematics and Bioinformatics..................................................................................... 233 Synthesis and Organic Reactivity ............................................................................................ 236 9. OTHER LA ACTIVITIES......................................................................................................241 9a. Services and resources...................................................................................................... 241 9b. Networking actions........................................................................................................... 243 9c. Training.............................................................................................................................. 245 9d. Outreach/science and society........................................................................................... 247 9e. International events.......................................................................................................... 249 10. INTERNAL EVALUATIONS ..............................................................................................251 SCIENTIFIC OUTPUT 2009 (Publications, Advanced Training, Communications, Patents)
  5. 5. Evaluation Report 2010 1 1. GENERAL INFORMATION 1.1 Name of Research Unit CIMAR - Centro de Investigação Marinha e Ambiental 1.2 Coordinator João José Oliveira Dias Coimbra 1.3 Main Scientific Domain Marine Sciences 1.4 Leading Hosting Institution Centro Interdisciplinar de Investigação Marinha e Ambiental – CIIMAR 1.5 Other Insitutions involved Centro de Ciências do Mar – CCMAR
  6. 6. Evaluation Report 2010 2 2. RESEARCH TEAM 2.1 Member researchers with PhD - 1. Adelino Vicente Mendonça Canário (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 50%) - 2. Aires Manuel Pereira Oliva Teles (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 50%) - 3. Anake Kijjoa (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 60%) - 4. Deborah Mary Power (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 50%) - 5. Eduardo Jorge Sousa Rocha (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 40%) - 6. Fernando Francisco Machado Veloso Gomes (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 60%) - 7. Francisco de Almeida Taveira Pinto (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 50%) - 8. Helena Maria Leite Pato Granja (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 50%) - 9. João José Oliveira Dias Coimbra (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 70%) - 10. José Pedro de Andrade e Silva Andrade (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 50%) - 11. Lúcia Maria das Candeias Guilhermino (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 60%) - 12. Maria Leonor Quintais Cancela Fonseca (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 50%) - 13. Rogério Alves Ferreira Monteiro (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 40%) - 14. Vitor Manuel Oliveira Vasconcelos (Agregação / Professor Catedrático / 70%) - 15. Adriano Agostinho Donas Bôto Bordalo e Sá (Agregação / Professor Associado / 40%) - 16. Alexandre Manuel Silva Lobo Cunha (Agregação / Professor Associado / 40%) - 17. António José Rogeiro Gouveia (Agregação / Professor Associado / 50%) - 18. Karim Erzini (Agregação / Professor Associado / 33%) - 19. Luísa Maria Pinheiro Valente (Agregação / Professor Associado / 75%) - 20. Maria Leonor Nunes Ribeiro Cruzeiro (Agregação / Professor Associado / 50%) - 21. Maria Lurdes Santos Cristiano (Agregação / Professor Associado / 50%) - 22. Maria Margarida M. Castro (Agregação / Professor Associado / 50%) - 23. Maria Natividade Ribeiro Vieira (Agregação / Professor Associado / 50%) - 24. Rui Orlando Pimenta Santos (Agregação / Professor Associado / 50%) - 25. Ana Isabel de Melo Azevedo Neto (Agregação / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 26. Aurélia Maria de Pinho Marques Saraiva (Agregação / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 27. Paulo José de Azevedo Pinto Rema (Agregação / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 28. Carlos José Correia de Azevedo (Agregação / Aposentado/Jubilado / 80%) - 29. Jorge Guimarães da Costa Eiras (Agregação / Aposentado/Jubilado / 50%) - 30. Maria Armanda Reis Henriques (Agregação / Aposentado/Jubilado / 50%) - 31. Maria Teresa Dinis (Agregação / Aposentado/Jubilado / 75%) - 32. Maria Teresa Sá Dias de Vasconcelos (Agregação / Aposentado/Jubilado / 40%) - 33. António Manuel Santos Afonso (Doutoramento / Professor Associado / 50%) - 34. Isabel Maria Trigueiros Sousa Pinto Machado (Doutoramento / Professor Associado / 50%) - 35. João Paulo de Sousa Cabral (Doutoramento / Professor Associado / 35%) - 36. Jorge Pereira Machado (Doutoramento / Professor Associado / 60%) - 37. José Carlos Pinto Bastos Teixeira da Silva (Doutoramento / Professor Associado / 50%) - 38. Manuel Aureliano Pereira Martins Alves (Doutoramento / Professor Associado / 50%) - 39. Maria Alexandra Anica Teodósio Chicharo (Doutoramento / Professor Associado / 50%) - 40. Maria João Tome Costa Sousa Rocha (Doutoramento / Professor Associado / 40%) - 41. Paulo Manuel Rodrigues Vaz-Pires (Doutoramento / Professor Associado / 50%) - 42. Pedro Manuel Silva Duarte (Doutoramento / Professor Associado / 30%) - 43. Rodrigo Jorge Fonseca de Oliveira Maia (Doutoramento / Professor Associado / 60%) - 44. Alberto Teodorico Rodrigues Moura Correia (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 30%) - 45. Ana Carolina Tavares Estima Santos da Cunha Feming (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 40%) - 46. António Paulo Alves Ferreira de Carvalho (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 47. Carla Batista Carvalho Batista Pinto (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 30%)
  7. 7. Evaluation Report 2010 3 - 48. Cristina Maria Bravo de Faria Cruz (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 49. Dina Cristina Fernandes Rodrigues da Costa Simes (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 50. Eduardo Nuno Picoto Lopes Barata (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 51. Gerhard Michael Weber (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 30%) - 52. Graça Maria Figueiredo Casal (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 53. João Carlos Serafim Varela (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 54. João Pedro Gomes Moreira Pêgo (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 60%) - 55. José Alberto Álvares Pereira Gonçalves (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 30%) - 56. José Américo Pereira de Sousa (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 57. José Carlos Fernandes Antunes (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 58. José Fernando Magalhães Gonçalves (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 30%) - 59. Luisa Paula Viola Afonso Barreira (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 60. Manfred Josef Kaufmann (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 40%) - 61. Margarida de Lurdes de Jesus Bastos Cristo (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 62. Maria Antónia Santos Mendes Salgado (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 35%) - 63. Maria Clara Gomes Quadros Lázaro da Silva (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 64. Maria Clara Ramalho Monteiro Pires Basto (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 65. Maria Clara Semedo da Silva Costa (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 40%) - 66. Maria Ester Tavares Alvares Serrao (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 67. Maria Joana Afonso Pereira Fernandes (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 68. Maria João Faria Leite Dias dos Santos (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 69. Maria Manuela Fraga Juliano (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 70. Maria Margarida da Fonseca e Castro Cardoso (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 30%) - 71. Maria Teresa Calvinho Cerveira Borges (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 72. Paula Cristina Paulo Videira da Silva (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 40%) - 73. Paulo Alexandre de Avilez Rodrigues de Almeida Valente (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 60%) - 74. Paulo José Relvas Almeida (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 75. Paulo Manuel Rodrigues Martins da Costa (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 76. Pedro Miguel Leal Rodrigues (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 77. Rita Castilho (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 78. Ronaldo Gomes de Sousa (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 79. Sérgio dos Reis Marques Madeira (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 30%) - 80. Teresa Isabel Mendonça Modesto (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar / 50%) - 81. Paulo Jorge Rosa Santos (Doutoramento / Professor Auxiliar Convidado / 50%) - 82. Albina Dolores Cardoso da Silva Castro Resende (Doutoramento / Professor Coordenador / 30%) - 83. Eduardo Bruno Oliveira Esteves (Doutoramento / Professor-Adjunto Equiparado / 50%) - 84. Maria Alexandra de Sousa Lourenço Nunes (Doutoramento / Professor-Adjunto / 50%) - 85. Maria do Rosário Fidalgo Martins (Doutoramento / Professor-Adjunto / 50%) - 86. Maria Dulce da Mota Antunes de Oliveira Estêvão (Doutoramento / Professor-Adjunto / 40%) - 87. Maria Luisa Machado Cerqueira Bastos (Doutoramento / Investigador Principal / 50%) - 88. Agostinho Antunes Pereira (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 89. Alexandre Marmoto de Oliveira Campos (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 90. Ana Maria Ferreira Bio (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 91. Ana Paula de Campos Mucha (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 92. Carlos Alexandre Sarabando Gravato (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 93. Cristina Marisa Ribeiro de Almeida (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 94. Cymon John Cox (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 95. Elsa Maria Branco Froufe Andrade (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 96. Filipe Alexandre Oliveira dos Santos Alberto (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 97. Francisco Arenas Parra (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 98. Gareth Anthony Pearson (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%)
  8. 8. Evaluation Report 2010 4 - 99. Iacopo Bertocci (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 100. Isabel Gonçalves de Barbosa Araújo (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 101. João Carlos dos Reis Cardoso (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 102. João Miguel Sousa da Silva (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 103. Jonathan Mark Wilson (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 104. Jorge Manuel dos Santos Gonçalves (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 105. Jorge Proença Dias (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 106. Juan Fuentes Diaz (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 107. Kim Richard Larsen (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 108. Laura Maria Simões Coutinho Guimarães (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 109. Luís Eugénio Castanheira da Conceição (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 110. Luís Filipe Costa Castro (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 111. Machiel Simon Bos (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 112. Maria Helena Tabuaço Rêgo Martins Peres (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 113. Marta Mega Rufino (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 114. Marta Sofia Sá Ferreira (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 115. Miguel Alberto Fernandes Machado e Santos (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 116. Paulo Jorge Travessa Gavaia (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 117. Pedro Miguel Guerreiro Costa Guerreiro (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 118. Peter Colin Hubbard (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 119. Radhouane Ben Hamadou (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 120. Ralph Urbatzka (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 121. Rodrigo da Silva Costa (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 122. Rodrigo Ozório (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 123. Rui Miguel Andrade Caldeira (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 124. Susana Maria Pereira da Costa Moreira (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 125. Vicent Laizé (Doutoramento / Investigador Auxiliar / 100%) - 126. Rosa Carmina Cervantes Cianca (Doutoramento / Investigador / 100%) - 127. Ana Margarida Araújo Amaral (Doutoramento /Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 128. Paula Raquel da Silva Jorge Coutinho Ferreira (Doutoramento / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 129. Fernanda Russell Pinto (Doutoramento / Aposentado/Jubilado / 60%) - 130. Alexandra Paula Mimoso Henriques Cunha (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 131. Alfredo Nuno Damasceno Pinto de Oliveira (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 132. Amalia Pérez Jiménez (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 133. Ana Alexandra Pedrosa Ramos (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 134. Ana Filipa Naughton Henriques Andrez (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 135. Ana Luisa Frazão Pereira (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 136. Ana Mafalda Saraiva Baptista (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 137. António de Vilhena Andrade Ferreira Sykes (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 138. Aschwin Hillebrand Engelen (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 139. Carla Alexandra São Bento Viegas (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 140. Carla Marília Abreu Freitas (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 141. Catarina Cortes Valente de Oliveira (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 142. Catarina Isabel de Matos Martins (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 143. Catarina Maria Pinto Mora Pinto de Magalhães (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 144. Cláudia Raquel Cêa de Aragão Teixeira (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 145. Cristina Isabel Coelho Dias Lopes (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 146. Daniel António Martins Tiago (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%)
  9. 9. Evaluation Report 2010 5 - 147. Dulce Isabel Assis Alves Martins (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 148. Eva Cacabelos Reyes (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 149. Fernando Cánivas García (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 150. Francisco Miguel de Sousa Leitão (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 151. Gustavo Oliveira de Meneses Martins (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 152. Holly Freedman (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 153. Isabel Cristina Oliveira Gonzalez Cunha (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 154. Isabelle Martins Gil (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 155. Joana Costa Vilhena de Bessa Campos (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 156. Joana Fernandes da Fonseca da Costa Martins Osswald (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 157. Joana Ferreira Marques Ferreira Cardoso (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 158. João Lemos Gomes Canning Clode (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 159. João Luis Vargas de Almeida Saraiva (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 160. João Sollari Allegro Machado Lopes (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 161. Jorge Afonso Martins da Palma (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 162. Justyna Kopecka-Pilarczyk (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 163. Katy Nicastro (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 164. Larraitz Garmendia (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 165. Laurence Alexandrine Mathilde Deloffre (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 166. Ledicia Rey Salgueiro (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 167. Leonardo Filipe Rodrigues da Mata (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 168. Luís Miguel dos Santos Russo Vieira (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 169. Luisa Margarida Batista Custodio (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 170. Manuel Gesto Rodríguez (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 171. Marcelino Miguel Guedes de Jesus Oliveira (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 172. Marco António do Nascimento Sequeira de Jesus Campinho (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 173. Marcos Rubal Garcia (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 174. María Asunción Lago Lestón (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 175. Maria de Fátima Azevedo Alexandrino Fernandes (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 176. Maria del Mar Huertas Pau (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 177. Maria Elena Varela Alvarez (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 178. Maria Emília Carvalho Salgueiro (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 179. Maria João Fernandes Martins (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 180. Maria Purificación Veiga Sanchez (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 181. Maria Regina Oliveira Lopes da Cunha (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 182. Maria Teresa Garrett Silveirinha Sottomayor Neuparth (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 183. Mercedes Gonzalez Wanguemert (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 184. Nadège Richard (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 185. Natércia Maria da Silva Conceição (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 186. Nikolay Kolmakov (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 187. Nuna Cláudia Peixoto de Araújo (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 188. Onno Everhardus Diekmann (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 189. Patrícia Isabel Silvestre Pinto (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 190. Paula Cristina Enes Oliveira da Silva (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 191. Pedro Miguel Coutinho Victorino Borges Morais (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 192. Pedro Nuno da Costa Leão (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 193. Raquel Castro Alves Ferreira da Silva (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%)
  10. 10. Evaluation Report 2010 6 - 194. Rita Alexandra Duarte Borges (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 195. Rui Manuel do Amaral Branco de Oliveira Quartau (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 196. Rui Pedro Andrade Coelho (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 197. Rui Pedro Gonçalves Pereira (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 198. Rute Andreia Rodrigues da Fonseca (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 199. Rute Sofia Tavares Martins Brazona (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 200. Sandra Cristina da Costa e Silva Ramos (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 201. Sara Judite Lopes Teixeira (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 202. Sara Maria Mira da Silva (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 203. Simone Cavenati (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 204. Sofia Alexandra Dias Engrola (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 205. Sonia Martinez Paramo (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 206. Susana Isabel dos Santos Cabaço (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 207. Susana Rodrigues Pereira (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 208. Teodor Ludmilov Stoichev (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 209. Teresa Alexandra Ribeiro Rodrigues (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 210. Teresa Paula Martins Tiago (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 211. Tida Dethoup (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 212. Vijayakumar Parameswaran (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 213. Zardi Gerardo (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 214. Sérgia Catarina de Amorim Costa Dias (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 215. Maria da Nazaré Parada Figueiredo de Sousa Couto (Doutoramento / Não aplicável (investigador) / 95%) 2.2 Member researchers without PhD - 1. Cristina Maria Viegas Inácio (Mestrado / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 2. Filipe Marco Andrade Alves (Mestrado / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 75%) - 3. Hugo Gabriel Maia da Silva Santos (Mestrado / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 4. João Carlos Pereira Morais (Mestrado / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 5. Marta Sofia Mendes Valente Bernardo (Mestrado / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 6. Miguel Ângelo Salgado dos Santos (Mestrado / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 30%) - 7. Patrícia Reis da Silva (Mestrado / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 8. Pedro Alexandre Pereira dos Reis (Mestrado / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 9. Sofia Ferreira da Rosa Gonçalves (Mestrado / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 10. Susana Micaela Machado Ferreira do Vale (Mestrado / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 11. Allan Tainá de Souza (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 12. Ana Isabel Delfin dos Santos Alexandre (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 13. Ana Isabel Duarte André (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 14. Ana Sofia Cardoso Mesquita (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 15. Ana Vanessa Basto Regueiras (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 16. André Sucena Afonso (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 17. Andreia Lúcia Gonçalves Adrião (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 18. Andreia Seia Rebotim (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 19. Aurélie Pinto Rodrigues (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 20. Bárbara Bilreiro de Mendoça Frazão (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 21. Benjamín Costas Refojos (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 22. Bruno Pessoa Lopes Claro (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 23. Buga Berkovic (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 24. Catarina da Rocha Cruzeiro (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 25. Catarina Fernanda de Carvalho Pinheiro Teixeira (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%)
  11. 11. Evaluation Report 2010 7 - 26. Catarina Figueiredo da Mota (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 27. Catarina Vizetto Guerreiro Duarte (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 28. Cátia Isabel Moura da Silva (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 29. Chiara Maria Angela Coniglione (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 30. Chommanard Sumngern (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 31. Cristiana Ivone Tavares Moreira (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 32. Cristiane Cassiolato Pires Hardoim (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 33. Cristovão José Martins Nunes (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 34. David Maria Aguiar Abecasis (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 35. Diogo Filipe da Silva Gonçalves Soares Paulo (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 36. Edison Samir Mascarenhas Carvalho (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 37. Emanuel Filipe Escaleira Maldonado (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 38. Eva Catarina Costa Amorim (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 39. Fátima de Carvalho Vaz Pinto (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 40. Francisca Isabel Merino Nunes Cabral Cavaleiro (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 41. Franscisco Cid Gonçalves Mont’ Alverne Rocha Pires (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 42. Gisela João Ribeiro Lemos Dionisio (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 43. Guilherme Moura Paredes (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 44. Guillermin Aguero Chapin (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 45. Helena Isabel Costa de Oliveira (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 46.Hugo Galvão Caiano Pereira (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 47. Hugo Manuel da Silva Ribeiro (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 48. Imran Khan (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 49. Inês Maria dos Santos Guerreiro (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 50. Joana do Passo Carneiro Azevedo (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 51. Joana Fernandez de Carvalho (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 52. Joana Ferreira Costa (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 53. Joana Isabel Correia Bondoso (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 54. Joana Maria Reis Franco Cruz (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 55. Joana Ruela Boavida (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 56. João Miguel Martins Novaes Pinto da Costa (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 57. João Pedro Gonçalves Cardeira da Silva (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 58. José Carlos de Morais Martins (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 59. Juliana Marina Moreira Mendes (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 60. Kartik Sunagar (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 61. Laura Diniz Leite (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 62. Luis Gabriel da Silva Luis Laura Diniz Leite (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 63. Mahaut Diane Marie Stephanie de Labroue de Vareilles Sommieres (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 64. Márcio André Guerreiro Coelho (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 65. Margarida Dulce da Conceição Aragão Hermida (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 66. Maria Alexandra Santos Martins (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 67. Maria Catarina Murteira Rico dos Santos Campos (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 68. Maria Filipa Bento de Oliveira Falcão Castanheira (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 69. Mariana Fonseca Hinzmann (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 70. Marina N’Deye Pereira Silva (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 71. Marina Tamagnini Mendes (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 72. Martina Di Iulio Ilarri (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 73. Micaela de Fátima da Rocha Mota (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 74. Miguel Albergaria Furtado Semedo (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolsa)/ 100%) - 75. Miguel Filipe Ferreira da Costa Ramos (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%)
  12. 12. Evaluation Report 2010 8 - 76. Miguel José Teodoro Correia (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 77. Monya Mendes Costa (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 78. Nelson Alexandre Castilho Coelho (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 78. Nelson Gonçalo Mortágua Gomes (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 80. Odete Marinho Gonçalves (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 81. Parthibaraj Anoop Alex (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 82. Patrícia Alexandra Correia Oliveira (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 83. Patrícia Isabel Laginha Pereira da Silva (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 84. Paulo Alexandre Frias Fernandes (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 85. Paulo Jorge Machado Teixeira de Morais (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 86. Pedro Alexandre Coelho Borges (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 87. Pedro Miguel Meireles Pinto (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 88. Pedro Neves de Carvalho (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 89. Raquel Andreia Pinheiro Vieira (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 90. Renata Isabel de Sousa Gonçalves (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 91. Ricardo Mário Bastos Leite (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 92. Richard Deurloo (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 93. Rita Alves Costa (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 94. Rui Alexandre Mendes Gonçalves Mendes (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 95. Rute Sofia Borlido Fiúza Fernandes Pinto (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 96. Siby Philip (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 97. Silvia Filipa Vicente Gregório (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 98. Sofia Ester e Sousa de Aguilar Dias (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 99. Sofia Gabriel Garcia Santos (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 100. Sofia Isabel Franco Cavaco (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 101. Sónia Maria de Sousa Olim (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 102. Sonia Rodriguez Benitez (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 103. Susana Maria Rocha Pina (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 104. Tânia Ribeiro Pinheiro (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 105. Vânia Cristina Palma Roberto (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 106. Vânia de Jesus Paiva Freitas (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 107. Vera Alexandra Garcia da Fonseca Batista (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 108. Vera Lúcia Fernandes Rodrigues (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 109. Virgínia Filipa Pereira Monteiro da Cunha (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 110. Vitor Oliveira Lopes (Mestrado / Não aplicável (bolseiro)/ 100%) - 111. Américo da Silva Magalhães (Mestrado / Não aplicável (estudante)/ 30%) - 112. Ana Rita Ferreira Patarra (Mestrado / Não aplicável (estudante)/ 100%) - 113. Dalila do Rosário Encarnação Serpa (Mestrado / Não aplicável (estudante)/ 50%) - 114. Luciana Paiva das Neves (Mestrado / Não aplicável (estudante)/ 100%) - 115. Marisa Alexandra Marques de Freitas (Mestrado / Não aplicável (estudante)/ 100%) - 116. Nelson Ribeiro Pires (Mestrado / Não aplicável (estudante)/ 50%) - 117. Afonso Costa Lucas Prestes (Licenciatura / Investigador / 100%) - 118. Eunice Rute Magalhães Nogueira Xavier (Licenciatura / Investigador / 100%) - 119. Maria Margarida Oliveira Maló Machado (Licenciatura / Investigador / 60%) - 120. Nuno Miguel da Silva Ascensão Vaz Álvaro (Licenciatura / Investigador / 100%) - 121. Ana Isabel Carvalho Machado (Licenciatura / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 122. Ana Margarida Brites Caetano Dinis (Licenciatura / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 75%) - 123. Andreia Sofia Pires Pinto (Licenciatura / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 124. Isabel Regal Teixeira (Licenciatura / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 125. Jimmy Melro James (Licenciatura / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 126. João Eugénio Bernardino Pena dos Reis (Licenciatura / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 127. Liliane Leman (Licenciatura / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 80%)
  13. 13. Evaluation Report 2010 9 - 128. Pedro António Nobre Soares Pinto das Neves (Licenciatura / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 30%) - 129. Pedro Miguel Gama Cláudio (Licenciatura / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 130. Tânia Sofia da Silva Guerreiro (Licenciatura / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 131. Francisco Ricardo Lacerda Branco (Licenciatura / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 132. Alexandra Isabel Rodrigues Filipe (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 133. Lopes Ismael (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 134. Amnat Eamvijarn (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 135. Ana Catarina da Cruz Gonçalves Café (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 136. Ana Cristina Pereira da Silva Gonçalves Balau (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 137. Ana Cristina Silva Rocha (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 138. Ana Filipa dos Santos Gonçalves (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 139. Ana Isabel dos Santos Esteves (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 140. Ana Isabel dos Santos Couto (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 141. Ana Mafalda Rocha Tavares (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 142. Ana Mafalda Tomás Correia (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 143. Ana Margarida Pinto Henrique Machado (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 144. Ana Rita Andrade Coelho (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 145. Ana Rita Guillot Caldas (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 146. Anabela Ben-Simon Brito (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 147. Anabela Rodrigues Lopes (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 148. André Gonçalo Antunes dos Santos (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) 100%) - 149. Astrid Yazmine Mejia Martinez (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) 100%) - 150. Brigite Sandra Nunes Simões (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 151. Bruno Emanuel Pereira Louro (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 152. Catarina Dias Cavaleiro (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 153. Célia Teresa Neto dos Santos (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 154. Cindy Vitória Fazenda (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 155. Cláudia Filipa Devesa André Moreira (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 156. Cláudia Sofia Patrão Beliz Rosa e Silva (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 157. Conceição Alexandra Costa Caetano (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 158. Cristina Prates Laranjinha Ventura (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 159. Daniela da Silva Lima (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 160. Eduardo Bruno de Freitas Vivas (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 161. Elisabete Alexandra Dias de Matos (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 162. Fabiana Encarnação Pinto Freitas (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 163. Filipe André Moreira de Figueiredo (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 164. Francisco Luís Wallenstein Faria e Maia de Macedo (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 165. Gonçalo Jorge Franco Silva (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 166. Izabela Luiza Reis (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 167. Joana Alexandra Teixeira Rosa (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 168. Joana Faria da Costa (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 169. Joana Reis de Almeida (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 170. Joana Silveira Soares (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 171. João Miranda Neiva (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 172. João Paulo Rodrigues Machado (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 173. Jorge Manuel Ferreira de Assis (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 174. José Maria Peiro Crespo (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 175. Lília Isabel Lameirinhas Cabral (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 176. Luci Catarina Agostinho Jesus (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 177. Manuel Peixoto de Magalhães Lopes Lima (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 178. Manuela Maria Neiva Maranhão (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%)
  14. 14. Evaluation Report 2010 10 - 179. Marco Alexandre Cavaco Cerqueira (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 180. Maria Inês de Almeida Páscoa (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 181. Maria Joao Rodrigues Pereira (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 50%) - 182. Maria Patrícia Frojan Fuentes (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 183. Marisa Sárria Pereira de Passos (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 184. Marta Isabel da Silva Rafael (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 185. Michael Nogueira Viegas (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 186. Monica Sofia Furtado Martins (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 187.Olga María Hernández Martínez (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 188. Patricia Alexandra Cavaleiro Diogo (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 189. Patrícia Isabel da Mota e Silva (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 190. Paula Liliana Vila Nova Salgado (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 191. Pedro Filipe dos Santos Palma (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 192. Pedro Filipe Duarte Alves da Veiga (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 193. Rita Isabel Pontes Barbosa Colen (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 194. Rui Carlos Pinto Borges (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 195. Rula Dominguez Fernandez (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 196. Sheila Natalí Estrada Allis (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 197. Silvia Maria dos Santos Albano (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 198. Sofia Raquel Soares Mesquita (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 199. Sónia Margarida Fernandes Manso (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 200. Suradet Buttachon (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 201. Tânia Raquel Santos Aires (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 202. Tomé Pereira de Azevedo Santos Silva (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 203. Vitor Manuel Capela Ramos (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 204. Viviana Raquel Vieira da Silva Lopes (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 205. Wanida Auamcharoen (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 206. Wilson Gabriel Poseiro Coutinho Pinto (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 207. Adriano Miguel Ricardo Andrade (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 40%) - 208. Ana Campos da Costa e Silva (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 209. Ana Sofia da Silva Azevedo (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 40%) - 210. André Pinhal Gonçalves (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 211. Andreia Mota Rego (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 40%) - 212. Bernardo Bordalo Domingues dos Santos (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 213. Carla Patrícia Rodrigues Olim (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 214. Carlos José Magalhães e Silva (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 215. Carlos Miguel Henriques Ferreira (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 216. Carolina Machado Malheiro Rodrigues (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 217. Carolina Oliveira Castro (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 218. Cláudia Santos Ferreira (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 219. Cristiana Andreia Valente Oliveira (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 220. Cristiano Joaquim Gonçalves Freitas (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 30%) - 221. David Lopes Calvão (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 40%) - 222. Diogo Manuel Andrade da Silva (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 75%) - 223. Elsa Maria da Silva Carvalho (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 60%) - 224. Filipa Isabel da Rocha Cardoso (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 225. Florbela Alexandra Silva Vieira Martins (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 226. Francisco de Assis Medeiros dos Santos (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 227. Francisco Rosário de Figueiredo (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 228. Helena Rita de Carvalho Ferraz Pedrosa Teodósio (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 229. Ildefonso José Vital Simões (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 230. Ivone da Silva Pinheiro (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 30%)
  15. 15. Evaluation Report 2010 11 - 231. João Faria de Oliveira Santos (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 232. João Manuel Almeida Antunes Coelho (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 20%) - 233. João Rodrigo Gonçalves Goiana Mesquita (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (Estudante) / 10%) - 234. Jorge Tiago Vieira Ferreirinha Antunes (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 235. José Luís das Dores Sousa (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 236. Juliana Andreia Silva da Cunha (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 237. Liliana Isabel Tomé dos Anjos Guerreiro (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 238. Marcelo José Seabra Azevedo (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 239. Marcos Lobo de Sousa (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 240. Maria João Santos de Almeida (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 40%) - 241. Maria Lígia da Silva Sousa (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 242. Maria Sofia Ramos Costa (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 243. Marisa Pinto da Silva (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 244. Paula Alexandra Rodrigues e Araújo Guedes (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 245. Pedro Miguel Gouveia Santos (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 246. Pedro Miguel Moreira Araújo (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 247. Pedro Silva Vilares (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 248. Ricardo Manuel Campinho Capela (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (Estudante) / 75%) - 249. Ricardo Reis Albes Soares Cardoso (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 40%) - 250. Rute Sofia Barros Pinto (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 251. Sílvia Araújo Santos (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 252. Susana Luísa Amaral da Cruz (Licenciatura / Não aplicável (estudante) / 40%) - 253. António Marco Oliveira Cunha (Ensino secundário / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 254. Helena Sofia Fernandes Teixeira (Ensino secundário / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 255. Marcos António Viegas Granja (Ensino secundário / Técnico Superior e Técnico / 100%) - 256. Ana Moreira Silva (Ensino secundário / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 25%) - 257. Hugo Emanuel Santos Vidal (Ensino secundário / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 20%) - 258. Marisa Sofia Sousa Oliveira (Ensino secundário / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 20%) - 259. Ricardo José da Silva Castro (Ensino secundário / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 25%) - 260. Tânia Isabel Boto Sérgio (Ensino secundário / Não aplicável (bolseiro) / 100%) - 261. Andreia Raquel da Costa e Silva (Ensino secundário / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 262. Filipa João de Sousa (Ensino secundário / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 263. Francisco António Baptista Fernandes (Ensino secundário / Não aplicável (estudante) / 25%) - 264. Francisco Miguel de Sousa Ferreira (Ensino secundário / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 265. Joana Catarina Pereira Jorge Fonseca da Rocha (Ensino secundário / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 266. Joana Maria Soares Pereira (Ensino secundário / Não aplicável (estudante) / 100%) - 267. Patricio José Bastos Gonçalves (Ensino secundário / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%) - 268. Tiago André Machado Ribeiro (Ensino secundário / Não aplicável (estudante) / 50%)
  16. 16. Evaluation Report 2010 12 2.3 Summary 215; 45% 116; 24% 135; 28% 16; 3% Academic degree PhD Master Graduate Undergraduate Figure 1. Distribution of Member researchers according to academic degree. Figure 2. Distribution of Member researchers - PhD holders according to professional category.
  17. 17. Evaluation Report 2010 13 3. OBJECTIVES AND ACHIEVEMENTS 3.1 Unit description CIMAR Associated Laboratory (CIMAR LA) was initiated in 2002 as a partnership between CIIMAR (University of Porto) and CCMAR (University of Algarve). CIMAR LA is directed by a managing board composed by six members, three from each of the two partner institutions. The Director of CIIMAR is the head of the managing board and President of CIMAR LA and the Vice- Vice-President is the Director of CCMAR. Board members meet regularly personally or via videoconference to analyze progress and strategic planning. CIIMAR and CCMAR are two separate legal entities and management and implementation of administrative tasks must be carried out separately and in coordination. The leaders at the two centers are in permanent contact ensuring effective management of CIMAR LA. CIMAR LA integrates 33 research groups, scientifically organized in 5 research lines each with two coordinators: 1) Ecology, Biodiversity and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems; 2) Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology; 3) Biology and Marine Biotechnologies; 4) Aquaculture; 5) Physical Oceanography, Coastal Dynamics and Engineering. Line 5) has been recently added. CIMAR, LA offers internal and external services for analytical chemistry and molecular biology and genetics. CIMAR LA has five horizontal programmes: 1) Public awareness of science; 2) Post-graduate studies; 3) Thematic networks; 4) Technology transfer; 5) Support to public policies. CIMAR LA established formal links with the Research Unit on Eco-Ethology (UIEE) at the Higher Institute of Applied Ethology (ISPA) focusing on behavioral endocrinology, evolutionary biology and conservation and an application to FCT has been made for UIEE to become the third partner institution of CIMAR LA. From very early stage CIMAR LA also established formal institutional links with the Marine Geology department of LNEG (former IGM), covering aspects related to geochemistry and climate change. This cooperation translated in a significant level of collaborative research projects and post graduate student supervision. . CIMAR LA has a cooperation agreement with CESAM-LA (University of Aveiro) to develop and implement a large collaborative program that includes a Joint Doctoral Program in Marine and Environmental Sciences (launched in 2007/2008), a coastal monitoring program and a capacity building program aimed at Portuguese speaking countries. The CIMAR LA network was also enlarged by regional agreements with several research institutions, such as ISR – Institute of Systems and Robotics and INEGI – Institute for institute for mechanical engineering and industrial management, in Porto. Two small CIMAR research groups were setup in the Madeira and Azores Archipelagos. 3.2 General objectives The main objectives of CIMAR LA are “to understand natural processes in the ocean and the coastal zone, to study and implement sustainable exploitation of aquatic resources and to
  18. 18. Evaluation Report 2010 14 characterize and monitor the impact of human activities in the environment”. With these objectives from the initial 10 lines of research, 5 lines as indicated above have consolidated. CIMAR LA is distributed in different regions covering distinct biogeographical areas - north and south of Portugal, Madeira and the Azores. This allows for effective monitoring of the coastal environments in these regions (North of Portugal and Algarve), in the context of nature conservation, the impact of human activities, and the sustainability of aquaculture and fisheries. International networking activities are an important component of CIMAR LA activity as can be witnessed by the presence in several international research and infrastructure projects and networking, concerted and support actions. One of the strategic objectives of CIMAR LA is to extend scientific cooperation and training to tropical and subtropical regions, especially Portuguese speaking countries. This objective has had limited success largely by the lack of availability of sponsoring programmes supporting this kind of action. The permeation of scientific results to society is an important objective which is achieved through: a) intensification of links with companies and the promotion of innovation, technology transfer and entrepreneurship; b) Outreach activities through interaction with schools, “Ciência Viva” centres, and the wider public; c) promoting networking activities among the scientific communities and various stakeholders; d) training of Masters and Doctoral students , post- graduate courses and summers schools; e) the support public policies. 3.3 Main achievements during the year of 2010 NUMBERS Steady increase in scientific output, despite 2010 lagged 10% below the exceptional 2009. Even so, the number ISI indexed papers in 2010 was 5% greater than in 2008 and 26% higher than in 2007. Intergroup publications stabilized at levels of the most recent years (aprox. 10% of sci. output). Networking actions paralleled 2009, which represents a rise of 36% vs 2008. As to funding, the LA FCT baseline support for 2010 was at the level of previous years, but it was followed by a significantly higher input via competitive money, particularly via FCT projects, which generated 6% more in budget in 2010 vs 2009. Overall, funding was maintained. RL1 Knowledge on marine evolutionary ecology and biogeography, and population dynamics of a range of species. Assessment of the ecological status of transitional waters and development of tools towards the implementation of the WFD. Improved knowledge of effects of climate events, ocean acidification, temperature, precipitation and introduced/invasive species.
  19. 19. Evaluation Report 2010 15 Enlargement of a computation cluster, now providing a platform for genome assembly phylogenetic analyses. Discovery and description of new species, mapping of biodiversity and identification of essential habitats in coastal waters, contributions and creation of data bases. RL2 Developed analytical techniques to measure environmental contaminants and cyanobacteria toxins, and their environmental degradation. Demonstration that the retinoic acid receptor RXR is a key player in imposex induction by the androgenic chemical tributyltin. Validation of methods and integrated strategies to assess the effects and risks of global climate changes, pollutants, biotoxins, and other stressors on marine ecosystems biodiversity, functioning and evolution were validated, using a molecular to ecosystem level approach, also clarifying mechanisms of toxicity. RL3 Application of high throughput methods of transcriptome analyses (microarray, SAGE, 454 sequencing), tackling physiological challenges and novel genes in teleosts and one Antarctic bivalve. Studies proofing the concept of allying “new generation sequencing” to PCR and bioinformatics. A draft sequence of the European sea bass genome was advanced, along with a draft regulatory network of genes involved in ion homeostasis in enterobacteria. Perkinsus genome was completed more fish pathogenic agents of economic interest were identified. RL4 A main achievement was a steady contribution to the establishment of intensive and semi- intensive farming systems for new species in the Mediterranean area and enhancement of performance of well-established species through nutrition and sustainable practices. Patents in recent years and the creation of two spin-off companies, in feed manufacture (Sparos, Lda) and in biomedical diagnostics (GenoGla http://www.genogla.com).
  20. 20. Evaluation Report 2010 16 4. ACTIVITIES 4.1 Integrative/multidisciplinary activities during the year of 2010 - Continued contribution to databases of coastal marine and marine ecosystems (M@RBYS) maintained by the Estrutura de Missão para a Extensão da Plataforma Continental (Task Group for the Extension of the Portuguese Continental Shelf); participation in the EMEPC/M@rBis/Selvagens campaign in June 2010. - Continued partnership with INEGI (Institute of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Management) for development of hyperbaric chambers involving teams of engineers and marine biologists. - Continued editions of Marine and Environmental Sciences Doctoral Programme involving CIMAR and CESAM (Universities of Porto, Aveiro and Algarve). - A new ERASMUS Mundus doctoral programme in Marine Sciences – Mares, Marine Health and Conservation – dealing with the impacts of humans on the natural marine environment, from coastal engineering structures, to sound pollution, biodiversity and resource management. It promotes mobility and multidisciplinarity. - Collaborations between biologists and chemists to identify new biomolecules and their function: from pheromones in fishes to toxins in cyanobacteria and cytostatic compounds from sponges with potential for pharma industry. - Collaborations between industry and aquaculture-nutrition groups, and between the latter and molecular biology groups. The goals are to get new species cultured, to promote growth improvements, and, ultimately, to understand growth mechanisms derived from new nutritional formulations. - Collaborations between biologists and oceanographers for correlating physical oceanographic features with fish and shrimp migration patterns, aiming conservation and sustainable exploitation. 4.2 Outreach activities during the year of 2010 CIMAR manages two centres for environmental interpretation and monitoring through agreements with the municipalities: CMIA-Vila do Conde (www.cmia-viladoconde.net) and CMIA-Matosinhos (www.cmia-matosinhos.net). During 2010, CMIAs displayed 7 temporary exhibitions, organized conferences and performed regular in house and field activities for public of different ages. A Scientific Culture fortnight (11-29 Nov), an intensive program of science outreach for the general public that included 6 conferences, 3 exhibitions, 4 workshops and 1 field trip was also organized. Also, CIMAR scientists manage two public aquariums and fisheries museums: Aguda Littoral Station - ELA (www.fundacao-ela.pt, ca 50000 visitors/year) and River Minho AQUAMuseum (www.cimsoft.pt/aquamuseu, ca 30000 visitors/year). Both stations have a special relevance in what concerns Environmental Education Programs.
  21. 21. Evaluation Report 2010 17 CIMAR regularly participates in the Ciência Viva Programme (http://www.cienciaviva.pt) to contribute to the promotion of a scientific and technological culture among the population and more specifically to encourage the use of experimental methods in science learning, involving both scientific and school communities. In 2010, CIMAR participated in the following activities: Scientists go to School, Science on Holidays for Young People, Biology Activities in the Summer, “Café de Ciência - Science for Biodiversity” (17 March), EXPOMAR exhibition in Olhão (28 April-2 May), “Bioblitz - Looking for marine biodiversity” (4-5 Sept), Science and Technology Week (22- 28 Nov), “First encounters with Science” (23-27 Nov) and the European initiative “Reseachers’ Night” (24 Sept). Since 2006, CIMAR has been organizing the Sea Itinerant University (UIM) (http://www.cimar.org/CIIMAR/en/hz_pas_uim.htm), a program that aims to promote the maritime identity of Portuguese and Spanish students. Courses were organized on land and on board the vessel CREOULA, a 4-masted training ship of the Portuguese Navy, under the theme "Knowledge and adventure". CIMAR regularly participates in events and exhibitions aimed at encouraging high schools students to engage in scientific careers, such as the “Junior University” (http://universidadejunior.up.pt/), “Science, Education and Innovation” exhibition by the Univ of Porto (25-28 March) and LAB-IT®-The Itinerant Laboratory in Molecular Genetics. The Centre continued the collaboration with the Visionarium - Europarque Science Centre to implement a national project using Daphnia as biological model for experimental teaching of sciences in high schools, and coordinated MOBIDIC - School in the Beach (http://www.estgm.ipb.pt/~projig/mobidic), an outreach program for intertidal biodiversity monitoring in beaches of the North coast. Both CIIMAR and CCMAR received visits from schools throughout the year. Other activities included the development of a new website for CIIMAR (www.ciimar.up.pt), the release of CIIMAR Newsletter - WAVES, pages in social networks (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Google maps, Vimeo,) and the organization of weekly internal seminars at both centres. Dissemination was also channeled through the media: publications in non-scientific journals and newspapers (e.g. Alphagalileo, Ciência Hoje, JN, DN, Expresso, Agência Lusa, Visão, National Geographic), participation in TV and radio programs (e.g. SIC, Rádio Renascença, Antena 1).
  22. 22. Evaluation Report 2010 18 5. FUNDING Origin 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 LA FCT * 1.092.380,00 2.913.911,00 2.977.162,00 2.788.243,44 2.999.799,00 Units FCT ** 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 Project FCT 570.952,00 827.775,00 2.020.917,77 2.096.417,55 3.086.736,26 Other National 197.458,00 240.018,00 487.715,32 928.168,44 330.877,25 Other International 659.879,00 1.082.379,00 1.200.367,88 1.018.067,73 569.252,44 National Industry 140.634,00 258.989,00 140.135,50 464.280,75 433.581,72 International Industry 0,00 0,00 0,00 88.421,10 49.507,45 Total 2.661.303,00 5.323.072,00 6.826.300,47 7.383.599,01 7.469.754,12 (*) Base + Programmatic; (**) Base + Programmatic of the units before the criation of the LA.
  23. 23. Evaluation Report 2010 19 6. GENERAL INDICATORS 6.1 Composition and training 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Total No. of Researchers Hired (Ciência Programme) 0 0 10 6 0 16 No. of researchers (FTE) 154 199 203 203 Training Masters (Master theses completed) 17 44 57 70 70 188 Training PhDs (PhD theses completed) 23 37 26 24 24 110
  24. 24. Evaluation Report 2010 20 7. RESEARCH LINES (THEMATIC AREAS) RL1 - Ecology, Biodiversity and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems 7a. General description 1. Designation Ecology, Biodiversity and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems 2. Principal investigator Karim Erzini 3. Main scientific domain Marine Sciences 7b. Objectives and achievements 1. General objectives The general objectives of RL1 are to study selected aspects of marine geology, oceanography, marine biodiversity and ecosystems, integrating research to provide a sound scientific basis for assessment, management, and policy related with the marine ecosystems. Within this framework, the objectives include the following: - Promote the geological research of the oceans and coastal regions, the paleoceanography, and the processes related to the occurrence of marine mineral resources; - Determine the composition, abundance and distribution of the national marine biodiversity; - Determine the impacts of climate change and local human action by monitoring and studying coastal and estuarine ecosystem functioning, and long-term changes in marine communities and habitats; - Study the genetics, population biology, ecology and recruitment of ecologically and commercially important species; - Investigate the physiological adaptations of migratory fishes, to different salinity and hydrostatic pressure; - Participate in International networks on marine biodiversity;
  25. 25. Evaluation Report 2010 21 - Train young scientists and to disseminate scientific knowledge. 2. Main achievements Ecotoxicology and pollution - Development of ecotoxicity lab bioassay and determination the physiological impact of toxicant exposure and environmental changes through the measurement of biomarkers. Study of effects of PAHs, pesticides, metals and pharmaceuticals on several marine and freshwater species of temperate and tropical areas, including mechanisms of toxicity and detoxification. Genetics and phylogeography - Contributions to understanding marine evolutionary ecology and biogeography of a range of species, from sea grasses to mid-Atlantic ridge vent sea shrimps, sea cucumbers and fishes. Biology, ecology and conservation - Contributions to the understanding of the life cycles and population dynamics of a wide range of marine species. Evaluation of the effects of marine protected areas. Culture and economic valorisation - Important advances in the culture and economic valorisation of species such as the red alga, cuttlefish and sea horses. Coastal, estuarine and lagoon processes - Assessment of the ecological status of transitional waters and development of tools towards the implementation of the WFD. Development of hydrodynamic models. Assessment of coastal dynamics, vulnerability, mapping and risk assessment. Recruitment studies of estuarine and lagoon species. Global changes - Improved knowledge of effects of climate events, ocean acidification, temperature, precipitation and introduced/invasive species. Creation of database for studying large scale patterns and long-term changes. Technical developments and capacity building - Enlargement of a computation cluster, now providing a platform for genome assembly phylogenetic analyses, BLAST analyses, transcriptome assembly and expression analyses. Completion of a new laboratory equipped with state-of-the-art instruments for microbial metagenomics / molecular ecology research.
  26. 26. Evaluation Report 2010 22 Biodiversity - Discovery and description of new species, mapping of biodiversity and identification of essential habitats in coastal waters, contributions and creation of data bases. Networks - Participation in several EU Networks (e.g. COST ACTION, LargeNet project of MarBEF, MARS, EMBRC, EPBRS) and other international collaborative projects. Research training - Training at the undergraduate and graduate levels (MSc and PhD programs), participation in the Erasmus Mundus MSc in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation and PhD MARES. Dissemination & Outreach - Activities to foster dialogue between scientists and society. 7c. Research lines output 1. Collaborative publications in peer review journals Examples of collaborative publications: Azevedo, IC, Bordalo, AA, Duarte, PM. 2010. Influence of river discharge patterns on the hydrodynamics and potential contaminant dispersal in the Douro estuary (Portugal). Water Research 44: 3133-3146. Azevedo, IC, Duarte, PM, Bordalo, AA. 2010. Temporal and Spatial variability of phytoplankton photosynthetic characteristics in a southern European estuary (Douro, Portugal). Marine Ecology Progress Series 412: 29-44. Bertocci, I et al. 2010. Canopy-forming species mediate the effects of disturbance on macroalgal assemblages on Portuguese rocky shores. Marine Ecology Progress Series 414: 107-116. Campos, J et al. 2010. Fluctuations of brown shrimp Crangon crangon abundance in the western Dutch Wadden Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series 405: 203-219. Carvalho, PN et al. 2010. Ability of salt marsh plants for TBT remediation in sediments. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 17: 1279-1286. Costa-Dias, S, Sousa, R, Antunes, C. 2010. Ecological quality assessment of the lower Lima estuary. Marine Pollution Bulletin 61: 234-239. Delgado, C, Canário, AVM, Dellinger, T. 2010. Sex ratios of loggerhead sea turtles Caretta caretta during the juvenile pelagic stage. Marine Biology 157: 979-990.
  27. 27. Evaluation Report 2010 23 Ferreira, F et al. 2010. Sexing blennies using genital papilla morphology or anogenital distance. Journal of Fish Biology 77: 1432-1438. Freitas, V et al. 2010. Temperature tolerance and energetics: a dynamic energy budget-based comparison of North Atlantic marine species. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 365: 3553-3565. Morais, P et al. 2010. Diversity of anchovy migration patterns in an European temperate estuary and in its adjacent coastal area: Implications for fishery management. Journal of Sea Research 64: 295-303. Mucha, AP et al. 2010. LMWOA exudation by salt marsh plants: Natural variation and response to Cu contamination. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 88: 63-70. Vandepitte, L et al. 2010. Data integration for European marine biodiversity research: creating a database on benthos and plankton to study large-scale patterns and long-term changes. Hydrobiologia 644: 1-13. 2. Collaborative other publications Examples of collaborative other publications: Pereira, R, Yarish, C. 2010. The role of Porphyra in sustainable culture systems: Physiology and applications. In: Israel, A, Einav, R (Eds). Role of Seaweeds in a Globally Changing Environment, Springer Publishers, pp. 339-353. 3. PhD theses completed (Co-supervision or clearly multidisciplinary projects) From the 9 PhD theses completed in 2010, 5 were in collaboration with national institutions, 3 with international institutions. Azevedo, Alberto Carlos de Oliveira Antunes. 2010. Sistema integrado de modelação para apoio e mitigação de acidentes de hidrocarbonetos em estuários e orla costeira. PhD thesis, LNEC/University of Lisbon. Supervisors: Anabela Pacheco de Oliveira (LNEC), José CPB Teixeira da Silva. Bartilotti, Cátia Alexandra Vieira. 2010. Decapod crustacean larvae dynamics in the west continental coast of Portugal: the region adjacent to Aveiro coastal lagoon as model. PhD thesis in Marine Ecology, University of Algarve. Supervisor: Antonina dos Santos (IPIMAR), Co- supervisor: Margarida Castro (CIMAR-FBC). Faria, Ana. 2010. Ontogeny of behavioural abilities in temperate reef fish larvae. PhD thesis, University of Algarve. Supervisors: Emanuel Gonçalves (ISPA), Maria Alexandra Chícharo (CIMAR-ECOREACH). Gonçalves, Hernâni. 2010. Automatic registration of satellite images. PhD thesis in Surveying Engineering, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto. Supervisor: José A Gonçalves (CIMAR-OCD), Co-supervisor: Luís Corte-Real (INESC Porto, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto).
  28. 28. Evaluation Report 2010 24 León Cisneros, Karla. 2010. Filogeografia do género Scinaia (Rhodophyta) de áreas transicionais. PhD thesis in Marine Botany, University of the Azores. Supervisor: Ana I Neto (CIMAR-AIR), Co- supervisor: Rafael Riosmena Rodríguez (University Baja California Sur, México). Marçalo, Ana Luisa Barreto 2010. Avaliação de stress em sardinha (Sardina pilchardus) durante a pesca do cerco Universidade do Algarve Supervisors: Karim Erzini (CIMAR-FBC), Yorgos Stratoudakis (IPIMAR). Pereira, A. 2010. Desenvolvimento de um sistema integrado de modelação, calibração e gestão de ecossistemas costeiros, com recurso a agentes inteligentes. PhD in Electronic Engineering and Computers, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto. Supervisor: Pedro Duarte (CIMAR- Biodiversity of Aquatic Ecosystems). Rosas Alquicira, Edgar Francisco. 2010. Filogeografia de algas Corallinales (Rhodophyta) das Califórnias. PhD thesis in Marine Botany, University of the Azores. Supervisor: Ana I Neto (CIMAR-AIR), Co-supervisor: Rafael Riosmena Rodríguez (University Baja California Sur, México). Sousa, Joaquim, 2010. Integration of DInSAR and DGPS for location and characterization of active faults. Supervisor: Luísa Bastos (CIMAR-OCD), Co-supervisor: Ramon Hanssen (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands).
  29. 29. Evaluation Report 2010 25 RL2 - Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology 7a. General description 1. Designation Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology 2. Principal investigator Lúcia Maria das Candeias Guilhermino 3. Main scientific domain Environment 7b. Objectives and achievements 1. General objectives The central objective of RL2 is to investigate the effects of natural and anthropogenic stressors on biodiversity and functioning of ecosystems using a molecular to ecosystem level approach. Special attention has been given to long-term alterations induced on marine ecosystems by global stressors (pollution, invasive species and climate changes). Specifically, we intend to: - Study interactions of stressors with molecular targets to investigate mechanisms of toxicity and defenses - Compare responses among species and establish phylogeographic patterns of evolution; - Investigate reflexes of molecular interactions at higher levels of biological organization; - Develop new methods for human and ecological risk assessment; - Study the functioning of ecosystems under stress in a climate changing world; - Monitoring water quality and developing strategies to improve it; - Develop methods for conservation, bioremediation and restoration, contributing to environmental sustainability. 2. Main achievements - More than 65 papers in international journals and 70 presentations in meetings by the 5 core labs. - Knowledge on the role of vascular plants in conditioning the environment & plant capability for rhizoremediation.
  30. 30. Evaluation Report 2010 26 - Development and optimization of analytical techniques to measure environmental contaminants and cyanobacteria toxins, and their environmental degradation. - Characterization and allelopathy of compounds produced by cyanobacteria. - Knowledge on the phylogeny of glutathione S-transferases and phosphoprotein phosphatases enzymes. - Knowledge on the mechanisms of toxicity, detoxication of contaminants (e.g. PAHs, metals, pharmaceuticals, Hazardous & Noxious Substances, oils, xenostrogens) and cyanotoxins. - Demonstration that the nuclear receptor RXR is a key player in imposex induction by the androgenic chemical tributyltin. - Cloning and sequencing of several ABC transporter genes, and others, in model species. - Insights of modeling of PPARα and other genes involved on lipid metabolism in fish. - Development of software tools to perform evolutionary analyses on gene/protein sequences - Knowledge on the biological and ecological effects of contaminants. - Validation of several biomarkers and organisms as sentinel species for use in monitoring and environmental risk assessment in the marine environment. - Relationships between several biomarkers, behaviour and population parameters. - Derivation of PNECs for marine species. - Validation of integrated approaches (ecology, ecotoxicology & chemistry) for monitoring in marine environments. - Knowledge on the impact of extreme events (e.g. heatwaves) on the competition between native and invasive aquatic species, population and communities resistance and resilience, and ecosystem functioning. - Impacts of climate changes and pollution on biogeochemical cycles. - Ecological, ecotoxicological and/or toxicological knowledge on tropical and Antarctic ecosystems. - Scientific support to regulations and policies .
  31. 31. Evaluation Report 2010 27 7c. Research lines output 1. Collaborative publications in peer review journals Examples of collaborative publications: Azevedo, IC, Bordalo, AA, Duarte, PM. 2010. Influence of river discharge patterns on the hydrodynamics and potential contaminant dispersal in the Douro estuary (Portugal). Water Research 44: 3133-3146. Carvalho, PN et al. 2010. Ability of salt marsh plants for TBT remediation in sediments. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 17: 1279-1286. Costa-Dias, S et al. 2010. Factors influencing epibenthic assemblages in the Minho estuary (NW Iberian Peninsula). Marine Pollution Bulletin 61: 240-246. Costa-Dias, S, Sousa, R, Antunes, C. 2010. Ecological quality assessment of the lower Lima estuary. Marine Pollution Bulletin 61: 234-239. El Ghazali, I et al. 2010. Effects of the microcystin profile of a bloom on the toxicity and toxin accumulation in common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.). larvae. Journal of Fish Biology 76:1415-1430. El Ghazali, I et al. 2010. Effect of different microcystin profiles on the toxins bioaccumulation in common carp (Cyprinus carpio) larvae via Artemia nauplii. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 73:762-770. Ferreira, F et al. 2010. Sexing blennies using genital papilla morphology or anogenital distance. Journal of Fish Biology 77: 1432-1438. Mucha, AP et al. 2010. LMWOA exudation by salt marsh plants: Natural variation and response to Cu contamination. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 88: 63-70. Nogueira, I et al. 2010. Toxic effects of domoic acid in the sea bream Sparus aurata. Marine Drugs 8: 2721-2732. Silva, P et al. 2010. Expression of the myosin light chains 1,2 and 3 in the muscle of blackspot seabream, Pagellus bogaraveo, during development. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 36: 1125- 1132. Stoichev, T et al. 2010. Fate and effects of nonylphenol in the presence of the cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa. Chemistry and Ecology 26: 395-399. In press Lima, D et al. Aquatic Toxicology, dói: 10.1016/j.aquatox.2010.09.022. Mucha, AP et al. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation, doi: 10.1016/j.ibiod.2010.12.005. Ribeiro, H et al. Biodegradation, doi: 10.1007/s10532-010-9446-9.
  32. 32. Evaluation Report 2010 28 Sarria, MP et al. Environment International, doi:10.1016/j.envint.2010.11.004. Silva, P, et al. Aquaculture Research, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2109.2010.02627.x. 2. Collaborative other publications Examples of collaborative other publications: Wilson, JM, Castro, LFC. 2010. Morphological diversity of the gastrointestinal tract in fishes. In: Grosell, M, Farrell, AP, Brauner, CJ (Eds). The multifunctional gut of fish – Volume 30, Elsevier Inc., pp. 1-55. ISBN: 978-0-12-374982-6. In press Santos, MM, Reis-Henriques, MA, Castro, LFC (in press). Lipid homeostasis perturbation by organotins: effects on vertebrates and invertebrates. In: Pagliarani, A., Trombetti, F, Ventrella, V (Eds). Biochemical and biological effects of organotins, Chapter 6. Beham Science Publishers, Ltd. 3. PhD theses completed (Co-supervision or clearly multidisciplinary projects) From the 4 PhD theses completed in 2010, 2 were in collaboration with national institutions. Couto, Maria Nazaré PFS. 2010. Investigation of physical, chemical and biological factors implicated in the biological remediation of nonvolatile petroleum hydrocarbons. PhD thesis in Environmental Sciences and Technology, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto. Supervisor: Maria Clara P Basto (CIMAR-CSB) Leão, Pedro. 2010. Allelopathic properties of cyanobacteria isolated from Portuguese freshwaters. PhD thesis in Environmental Sciences and Technology, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto. Supervisor: Vítor Vasconcelos (CIMAR-LEGE) Lima, Inês de Marrazes. 2010. Ecotoxicological effects of petrochemical products on natural populations of Mytilus galloprovincialis inhabiting rocky shores along the NW coast of Portugal. PhD thesis in Aquatic Sciences, ICBAS, University of Porto. Supervisor: Lúcia Guilhermino (CIMAR-ECOTOX), Co-supervisor: Amadeu MVM Soares (CESAM, University of Aveiro). Ribeiro, Cláudia Maria Rosa. 2010. Chemical identification and monitoring of natural and xenoestrogens compounds in the estuaries of the estuaries of the Portuguese rivers Douro, Mondego and Sado – Insights on their disruption potential by in vitro exposures of testis from the model organism Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). PhD Thesis in Biomedical Sciences, ICBAS, University of Porto. Supervisor: Maria João Rocha (CIMAR-LECEMA), Co-supervisors: Eduardo Rocha (CIMAR-LECEMA), Maria Elisabeth Tiritan (Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto).
  33. 33. Evaluation Report 2010 29 RL3 - Biology and Marine Biotechnologies 7a. General description 1. Designation Biology and Marine Biotechnologies 2. Principal investigator Deborah Mary Power 3. Main scientific domain Biological Sciences 7b. Objectives and achievements 1. General objectives The Biology and Marine Biotechnology RL saw the inclusion of 2 new groups in 2010 to consolidate its broad portfolio of basic research. The central pillars are the same as previous years: - To extend fundamental knowledge about marine organisms in a changing environment at a molecular (omics) to whole organism (systems biology) level and across the evolutionary scale; - To establish how natural and man-made environmental challenges and pathogens impact organism function and survival; - To reinforce the drive to promote the identification of potential “spin-offs” arising from basic biology and stimulate pilot studies and links with industry (eg. “near market” solutions, such as, genotyping for aquaculture species, diagnostic tests in pathology); - There is continued commitment to disseminate knowledge in high impact peer-review journals and at International conferences and provide high quality training for a new generation of scientists and contribute to generate a “knowledge-based society”. Translation of research activities and communication to other stakeholders (scientists, policy makers, industry, teachers and the public) is a priority. 2. Main achievements This RL includes 13 RG and this section presents only major achievements perceived as having a significant impact at a national or international level. - Application of high throughput methods of transcriptome analysis (microarray, SAGE, 454 sequencing) for teleosts subject to physiological challenges, such as, hydrostatic
  34. 34. Evaluation Report 2010 30 pressure, cortisol and divergent somatic growth. Transcriptome analysis (454 seqeuncing) of the Antarctic bivalve (Laternula elliptica) for discovery of novel genes. - Collaboration with colleagues from Bangor Univ in the discovery of unsuspected diversity of metazoan in benthic habitats. The methodology used is proof of concept of allying “new generation sequencing” to PCR and bioinformatics. - Accomplished with colleagues from the Max Plank Institute of Molecular Biology a draft sequence of the European sea bass genome, a basic resource for the scientific community and aquaculture industry. - Draft regulatory network of genes involved in ion homeostasis in enterobacteria (E. coli) and completion of Perkinsus genome. - Identification and description of pathogens and parasites of fish of economic interest, such as turbot and blackspot seabream together with pathogens from invertebrates. - Consolidation of the research area of chemical biology and marine biotechnology. Screening methods established for bioactive compounds in marine photosynthetic and isolation of bioactive secondary metabolites from fungus. - Refinement of a bio-refinery strategy and isolation of several strains, of microalgae with a very promising lipid profile suitable for the production of biodiesel. - Consolidation of a chemical survey and tools for analysis of xenoestrogenic endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) in marine fish and bivalves in Portugal water ways. Identification of peroxisome receptors (PPARs) as a novel estradiol target. - Spin-offs; design and synthesis of endoperoxide-based antimalarials and falcipain inhibitors; gammacarboxyglutamate-rich protein, methods and assays for its detection and quantification; method to deduce the three dimensional structure of a protein from its amino acid sequence. - Consolidation of links and collaborations with Agência Ciência Viva and Centro de Ciência Viva to communicate science to schools and the general public. 7c. Research lines output 1. Collaborative publications in peer review journals Examples of collaborative publications: Alves, RN, Cordeiro, O, Silva, TS, Richard, N, de Vareilles, M, Marino, G, Di Marco, P, Rodrigues, PM, Conceição, LEC. 2010. Metabolic molecular indicators of chronic stress in gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata) using comparative proteomics. Aquaculture 299: 57-66.
  35. 35. Evaluation Report 2010 31 Conceicão, LEC, Aragão, C, Richard, N, Engrola, S, Gavaia, P, Mira, S, Dias, J. 2010. Novel methodologies in marine fish larval nutrition. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 36: 1-16. Conceicao, N, Cox, CJ, Simões, B, Viegas, M, Cancela, ML. 2010. Comparative promoter analysis and its application to the identification of candidate regulatory factors of cartilage-expressed genes. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 26(2): 245-250. Delgado, C, Canário, AVM, Dellinger, T. 2010. Sex ratios of loggerhead sea turtles Caretta caretta during the juvenile pelagic stage. Marine Biology 157: 979-990. Louro, B, Passos, ALS, Souche, E, Tsigenopoulos, C, Beck, A, Bonhomme, F, Cancela, L, Cerdà, J, Clark, MS, Kotoulas, G, Lubzens, E, Planas, J, Volckaert, FAM, Reinhardt, R, Canario, AVM. 2010. Gilthead sea bream (Sparus auratus) and European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) expressed sequence tags: characterization, tissue specific expression and gene markers. Marine Genomics 3(3-4): 179-191. Nogueira, I, Lobo da Cunha, AL, Afonso, A, Rivera, S, Azevedo, J, Monteiro, R, Cervantes, R, Gago-Martinez, A, Vasconcelos, V. 2010. Toxic effects of domoic acid in the sea bream Sparus aurata. Marine Drugs 8: 2721-2732. Rosa, J, Tiago, DM, Dias, J, Cancela, ML, Laizé, V. 2010. Serum-related stimulation of the proliferation and mineralization of seabream bone-derived cells. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 26: 245-250. Silva, P, Power, DM, Valente, LMP, Silva, N, Monteiro, RAF, Rocha, E. 2010. Expression of the myosin light chains 1,2 and 3 in the muscle of blackspot seabream during development. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 36: 1125-1132. Viegas, CS, Conceição, N, Fazenda, C, Simes, DC, Cancela, ML. 2010. Expression of Gla-rich protein (GRP) in newly developed cartilage-derived cell cultures from sturgeon (Acipenser naccarii). Journal of Applied Ichthyology 26: 214-218. In press Lima, D et al. Aquatic Toxicology, doi: 10.1016/j.aquatox.2010.09.022. Silva, P et al. Aquaculture Research, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2109.2010.02627.x. 2. Collaborative other publications Examples of other collaborative publications: Cancela, ML, Bargelloni, L, Boudry, P, Boulo, V, Dias, J, Huvet, A, Laizé, V, Lapègue, S, Leite, R, Mira, S, Nielsen, EE, Planas, JV, Roher, N, Sarropoulou, E, Volckaert, FAM. 2010. Genomic Approaches in Aquaculture and Fisheries. In: Cock, JM, Viard, F, Tessamar-Raible, K, Boyen, C (Eds). Introduction to Marine Genomics, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 213-286. ISBN 978-90- 481-8616-7.
  36. 36. Evaluation Report 2010 32 Ozorio, ROA, Hubbard, PC, Barata, EN, Valente, LMP, Canário, AVM. 2010. Olfactory Sensitivity to Amino Acids in the Blackspot Seabream (Pagellus Bogaraveo, Brünnich 1768): How Effective is the Electro-olfactogram in Seawater?. Aquaculture Europe 2010, 5-10 October, Porto, Portugal. European Aquaculture Society, pp. 946-947. Viegas, CSB, Cavaco, S, Neves, PL, Ferreira, A, João, A, Williamson, MK, Price, PA, Cancela, ML, Simes, DC. 2010. Gla-rich protein is a novel vitamin K-dependent protein present in serum that accumulates at sites of pathological calcifications. Journal Club, Kidney International 77: 265- 266. Wilson, JM, Castro, LFC. 2010. Morphological diversity of the gastrointestinal tract in fishes. In: Grosell, M, Farrell, AP, Brauner, CJ (Eds). The multifunctional gut of fish – Volume 30, Elsevier Inc., pp. 1-55. ISBN: 978-0-12-374982-6. In press Santos, MM, Reis-Henriques, MA, Castro, LFC (in press). Lipid homeostasis perturbation by organotins: effects on vertebrates and invertebrates. In: Pagliarani, A., Trombetti, F, Ventrella, V (Eds). Biochemical and biological effects of organotins, Chapter 6. Beham Science Publishers, Ltd. 3. PhD theses completed (Co-supervision or clearly multidisciplinary projects) From the 6 PhD theses completed in 2010, 1 was in collaboration with national institutions, and 2 with RG within the RL. Francisco, Claire Juliana. 2010. Parasitas do mexilhão Mytilus galloprovincialis Lamark, 1819 (BIVALVIA: MYTILIDAE) com relevância para Trematoda: ciclo de vida, características morfológicas e moleculares. PhD thesis in Biology, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto. Supervisor: Maria João Santos (CIMAR-Pathology). Guerreiro, Liliana Isabel Tomé dos Anjos. 2010. Biochemical and biological characteristics of novel piscine forms of parathyroid hormone and parathyroid hormone related peptide: a proteomic approach. PhD thesis in Molecular Biology, University of the Algarve. Supervisor: Deborah M Power (CIMAR-CME). Martins, Florbela Alexandra Silva Vieira. 2010. Evolution of the extracellular matrix in deuterostomes and the influence of calcitropic hormones. PhD thesis in Molecular Biology, University of the Algarve. Supervisor: Deborah M Power (CIMAR-CME). Neves, Mónica. 2010. Bio-removal of toxic metals by metal resistant anaerobic bacteria: molecular characterization and performance studies. PhD thesis in Environmental Biotechnology, University of Algarve. Supervisor: Maria Clara Costa (CIMAR-ET), Co-supervisor: Raul Barros (University of Algarve). Ribeiro, Cláudia Maria Rosa. 2010. Chemical identification and monitoring of natural and xenoestrogens compounds in the estuaries of the estuaries of the Portuguese rivers Douro, Mondego and Sado – Insights on their disruption potential by in vitro exposures of testis from the model organism Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). PhD Thesis in Biomedical Sciences,
  37. 37. Evaluation Report 2010 33 ICBAS, University of Porto. Supervisor: Maria João Rocha (CIMAR-LECEMA), Co-supervisors: Eduardo Rocha (CIMAR-LECEMA), Maria Elisabeth Tiritan (Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto). Viegas, Carla. 2010. Identification and characterization of a new calcium binding protein from sturgeon, Gla rich protein or GRP. PhD thesis in Biochemistry – Cellular and Molecular Biology, University of Algarve. Supervisor: M Leonor Cancela (CIMAR-EDGE), Co-supervisor: Dina C Simes (CIMAR-FBP).
  38. 38. Evaluation Report 2010 34 RL4 - Aquaculture 7a. General description 1. Designation Aquaculture 2. Principal investigator Maria Teresa Dinis 3. Main scientific domain Marine Sciences 7b. Objectives and achievements 1. General objectives The objective of RL is to promote the generation of high quality scientific knowledge through fundamental and applied research, to tackle some of the sustainability challenges facing the aquaculture industry. - Strategic research areas were defined and clearly consolidated. - Biological assessment of the cultivation potential of new aquaculture species, for the establishment of sustainable culture practices to facilitate the industrialization process in areas of broodstock management, larval rearing, nutrition, growth and flesh quality of new species for Mediterranean aquaculture. - Fish Nutrition, which fostered a better understanding of the nutritional modulation of intermediary metabolism, oxidative stress damage, nutritional requirements, utilization of alternative feedstuffs to fish meal and oil and optimal feed formulations for enhanced performance, improved quality of fish and lower environmental impact. - Fish Immunology & Health aiming a better understanding of host/pathogens interaction mechanisms and the establishment of immunostimulation strategies to enhance stress resistance and welfare of farmed fish. 2. Main achievements The collaboration between the RG of RL4 was reinforced. The major achievement of the RL is its contribution through fundamental knowledge and practical collaboration with the industry to the establishment of intensive and semi-intensive farming systems for new species in the Mediterranean area and enhancement of performance of well established species through nutrition and sustainable practices.
  39. 39. Evaluation Report 2010 35 Main scientific achievements: - Development of practical diets with low levels of marine-derived proteins for Senegalese sole, gilthead seabream, white seabream. - Optimization of nutrient requirements, dietary formulations and feeding practices for blackspot seabream and reinforcement of research on the nutritional requirements of Diplodus sp. aiming a comparative evaluation among species and establishing the potential for aquaculture of these promising omnivorous species. - Evaluation of different feed restriction protocols on growth performance and compensatory growth of turbot under commercial rearing conditions. The effect of different feeding regimes in growth, feed utilization and N excretion of Senegalese sole was evaluated. This information is of immediate practical application for the management of feeding in turbot and sole aquaculture. - Evaluation of blood plasma metabolites and free amino acid levels in Senegalese sole after feed deprivation indicated a high usage of body protein for as energy substrates, a higher ammonia detoxification activity and active liver gluconeogenic processes. - Development of immunostimulation strategies to enhance stress resistance and immune response in Senegalese sole. - Proposition of a set of chronic stress molecular markers based on liver proteome expression, which includes proteins involved in eg. protein metabolism, carbohydrate metabolism and energy homeostasis. - Pursue the valorization of aquaculture products potential following 2 vectors: benefits evaluation for human health of the incorporation of conjugated linoleic acid in the diets and evaluating sensory, physical, microbiological characterization of freshness in products. - Understanding the environmental and epigenetic factors that regulate muscle differentiation to optimize growth and meat quality. 7c. Research lines output 1. Collaborative publications in peer review journals Examples of collaborative publications: Alves, RN, Cordeiro, O, Silva, TS, Richard, N, de Vareilles, M, Marino, G, Di Marco, P, Rodrigues, PM, Conceição, LEC. 2010. Metabolic molecular indicators of chronic stress in gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata) using comparative proteomics. Aquaculture 299: 57-66.
  40. 40. Evaluation Report 2010 36 Bertocci, I, Arenas, F, Matias, M, Vaselli, S, Araújo, R, Abreu, H, Pereira, R, Vieira, R, Sousa-Pinto, I. 2010. Canopy-forming species mediate the effects of disturbance on macroalgal assemblages on Portuguese rocky shores. Marine Ecology Progress Series 414: 107-116. Conceicão, LEC, Aragão, C, Richard, N, Engrola, S, Gavaia, P, Mira, S, Dias, J. 2010. Novel methodologies in marine fish larval nutrition. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 36: 1-16. Dias, J, Yúfera, M, Valente, LMP, Rema, P. 2010. Feed transit and apparent protein, phosphorus and energy digestibility of practical feed ingredients by Senegalese sole (Solea senegalensis). Aquaculture 302: 94-99. El Ghazali, I, Saqrane, S, Carvalho, AP, Ouahid, Y, Del Campo, F, Vasconcelos, V, Oudra, B. 2010. Effects of the microcystin profile of a bloom on the toxicity and toxin accumulation in common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.). larvae. Journal of Fish Biology 76:1415-1430. El Ghazali, I, Saqrane, S, Carvalho, AP, Ouahid, Y, del Campo, FF, Oudra, B, Vasconcelos, V. 2010. Effect of different microcystin profiles on the toxins bioaccumulation in common carp (Cyprinus carpio) larvae via Artemia nauplii. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 73:762-770. Rosa, J, Tiago, DM, Dias, J, Cancela, ML, Laizé, V. 2010. Serum-related stimulation of the proliferation and mineralization of seabream bone-derived cells. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 26: 245-250. Silva, P, Power, DM, Valente, LMP, Silva, N, Monteiro, RAF, Rocha, E. 2010. Expression of the myosin light chains 1,2 and 3 in the muscle of blackspot seabream, Pagellus bogaraveo, during development. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 36: 1125-1132. In press Abreu, MH, Pereira, R, Yarish, C, Buschmann, AH, Sousa-Pinto, I. (in press). Aquaculture, doi: 10.1016/j.aquaculture.2010.12.036. Silva, P, Valente, LMP, Olmedo, M, Álvarez-Blázquez, B, Galante, MH, Monteiro, RAF, Rocha, E. (in press). Aquaculture Research, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2109.2010.02627.x. 2. Collaborative other publications Examples of collaborative other publications: Cancela, ML, Bargelloni, L, Boudry, P, Boulo, V, Dias, J, Huvet, A, Laizé, V, Lapègue, S, Leite, R, Mira, S, Nielsen, EE, Planas, JV, Roher, N, Sarropoulou, E, Volckaert, FAM. 2010. Genomic Approaches in Aquaculture and Fisheries. In: Cock, JM, Viard, F, Tessamar-Raible, K, Boyen, C (Eds). Introduction to Marine Genomics, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 213-286. ISBN 978-90- 481-8616-7. Ozorio, ROA, Hubbard, PC, Barata, EN, Valente, LMP, Canário, AVM. 2010. Olfactory Sensitivity to Amino Acids in the Blackspot Seabream (Pagellus Bogaraveo, Brünnich 1768): How Effective is the Electro-olfactogram in Seawater?. Aquaculture Europe 2010, 5-10 October, Porto, Portugal. European Aquaculture Society, pp. 946-947.
  41. 41. Evaluation Report 2010 37 Pereira, R, Yarish, C. 2010. The role of Porphyra in sustainable culture systems: Physiology and applications. In: Israel, A, Einav, R (Eds). Role of Seaweeds in a Globally Changing Environment, Springer Publishers, pp. 339-353. Quental-Ferreira, H, Ramalho Ribeiro, A, Dias, J, Yúfera, M, Arias, AM, Falcão, M, Serpa, D, Aires, T, Pousão-Ferreira, P, Cunha, ME, Valente, LMP, Dinis, MT; Conceição, L. 2010. Sustainable semi- intensive polyculture of seabream and sole in earthern ponds. Aquaculture Europe 35(3): 17-21. Vaz-Pires, P, Escórcio, C, Soares, S, Ramalho, A, Matos, E, Dias, J. 2010. Optimising fish slaughtering procedures for semi-intensive aquaculture. Aquaculture Europe 35(3): 26-28. Vaz-Pires, P, Ramalho, A, Jesus, A, Soares, F, Conceição, L, Dinis, MT, Ribeiro, L, Pousão-Ferreira, P, Cunha, ME, Quental-Ferreira, H, Yúfera, M, Marino, G, Boglione, C, Cataudella, S, Hussenot, J, Begout, M-L, Makridis, P, Buard, E, Blachier, P. 2010. A joint European certification system for sustainable non-intensive aquaculture: a proposal from the SEACASE Project. Aquaculture Europe 35(2): 17-22. 3. PhD theses completed (Co-supervision or clearly multidisciplinary projects) From the 4 PhD theses completed in 2010, 2 were in collaboration with national institutions, 3 with international institutions, and 1 with RG within the RL. Barrento, Sara. 2010. Nutritional quality and physiological responses to transport and storage of live crustaceans traded in Portugal. PhD thesis in Animal Science, ICBAS, University of Porto. Supervisor: Maria Leonor Nunes (IPIMAR), Co-supervisor: Paulo Vaz-Pires (CIMAR-LANUCE). Ribeiro, Ana Rita de Araújo. 2010. Thyroid status in senegalese sole (Solea senegalensis) larvae – effects of iodine and selenium supplementation. PhD thesis in Aquaculture, University of Algarve. Supervisors: Maria Teresa Dinis (CIMAR-Aquagroup), Laura Ribeiro (IPIMAR), Mari Moren (NIFES, Norway). Silva, Amélia Cláudia Figueiredo. 2010. Nutritional regulation of lipid deposition in blackspot seabream (Pagellus bogaraveo). PhD thesis in Aquatic Sciences, ICBAS, University of Porto. Supervisor: Luisa MP Valente (CIMAR-LANUCE), Co-supervisoror: Geneviéve Corraze (INRA, France). Silva, Joana Margarida Guimarães. 2010. Use of alternative protein sources in diets for senegalese sole (Senegalese sole Kaup, 1858) juveniles. PhD thesis in Aquatic Sciences, ICBAS, University of Porto. Supervisor: Luisa MP Valente (CIMAR-LANUCE)., Co-supervisoros: Marite Espe (NIFES, Norway), Luís Conceição (CIMAR-Aquagroup).

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