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Eliana Alves

  • PhD
  • Researcher
  • Universidade de Aveiro Departamento de Quimica
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About

Eliana Alves is a Researcher at the Mass Spectrometry Centre of the Department of Chemistry & LAQV of the University of Aveiro (Aveiro, Portugal). She holds a degree in Biomedical Laboratory Science, a MSc degree in Microbiology and a PhD degree in Biology. She began her professional activity as an assistant professor. In 2015, she received a Photobiologist supplement to the PhD degree from the European Society for Photobiology. In a five-year post-doc research work, she specialized in lipidomics. Her main focus now is to find out the molecular fingerprint of Portuguese olives and olive oils (Galega vulgar L.) by means of mass spectrometry-based lipidomics.

Editorships

Antibiotics

Guest Editor

2019 - Present

Recent publications

  • Sex-specific lipid molecular signatures in obesity-associated metabolic dysfunctions revealed by lipidomic characterization in ob/ob mouse

    • González-Granillo M
    • Helguero L
    • Alves E
    • et al.
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  • Polar Lipids from Olives and Olive Oil: A Review on Their Identification, Significance and Potential Biotechnological Applications

    • Alves E
    • Domingues M
    • Domingues P
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Professional experience

Researcher

Universidade de Aveiro Departamento de Quimica

January 2019 - Present

Post-doc fellow

Universidade de Aveiro Departamento de Quimica

February 2014 - December 2018(5 years)

Assistant Professor

School of Health, Polytechnic Institute of Porto

September 2004 - August 2008(4 years)

Education

PhD in Biology

Department of Biology, University of Aveiro

September 2008 - November 2013(5 years)

MSc in Microbiology

Department of Biology, University of Aveiro

September 2006 - December 2007(a year)

BSc in Biomedical Laboratory Science

School of Health. Polytechnic Institute of Porto

September 2000 - December 2004(4 years)

Co-authors (84)

  • Maria Bartolomeu
  • Ryan Ali
  • Vanessa Oliveira
  • Ines Baptista
  • Liliana Costa