Reviewer - Pablo R. Hardoim | University of Algarve | 5570
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Pablo R. Hardoim

Pablo R. Hardoim
CCMAR-Centre of Marine Science University of Algarve Campus Gambelas 8005-139 Faro


2011 Ph.D., Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (RUG), NL - Microbial Ecology 2006 M.Sc., University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil - Soil and Plant Nutrition 2004 B.Sc., University of Lavras (UFLA), Brazil - Agriculture PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS 2012-present Post-doctoral fellow, Centre of Marine Science, University of Algarve, Faro - PT 2006-2010 Ph.D. student, RUG, Groningen - NL 2004-2006 M.Sc. student, USP, Piracicaba - BR PARTICIPATING ACTIVITIES Reviewing in Scientific Journals Annals of Microbiology, Applied Microbiology, Biocontrol Science and Technology, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, Chemosphere (Oxford), Environmental Biosafety Research, Environmental Science & Technology, European Journal of Soil Biology, FEMS Microbiology, Ecology, Microbes and Environments, Microbial Ecology, Plant and Soil, Plant Cell Reports, Plant Science (Limerick), PLoS ONE, Symbiosis (Philadelphia, PA) Member COST Action FA1103: Endophytes in biotechnology and agriculture Reviewing in grand proposals French National Research Agency, ANR, France

Research Interest

My interest is in mechanisms of plant-microbe interactions. How microbial functioning promotes plant growth? and how the cooperation is established and maintained? To answer these questions I have used transcriptome (RNA-seq), metagenome, phylogenetic inference, physiological, biochemical and metabolic approaches. Bioinformatics, programing languages, and multivariate statistical analyses are the tools used tackle meta data sets.