My academic education includes a bachelor degree in Biology followed by a master degree in Ecology, Environment and Territory, both in Faculty of Sciences of University of Porto. During my academic course I had the opportunity to do an extracurricular internship in environmental education at CIIMAR and a curricular internship in CIBIO concerning conservation, genetics and phylogeography. Finally, I developed my master thesis in phytoremediation entitled “Constructed Wetlands for saline wastewater treatment: role of three different plant species in salinity and nutrient removal”, publishing a paper in the journal Science of the Total Environment. In 2017 I was a research fellow in Biotechnology School (UCP) in the project “R4Textiles- Development of sustainable textiles based on the valorization of textile and agrofood waste”. Currently I am a research fellow in the project “EcoTex- Development of more sustainable solutions for textile staining”.
Jesus, J. M., Cassoni, A. C., Danko, A. S., Fiúza, A., & Borges, M. T. (2017). Role of three different plants on simultaneous salt and nutrient reduction from saline synthetic wastewater in lab-scale constructed wetlands. Science of the Total Environment, 579, 447-455.
Centre for Biotechnology and Fine Chemistry (CBQF)