Tiago Resende is a Computational Biologist in the Alchemy Project at the Fermentation Solutions research group (Strain Design and Fermentation line) at CBQF.
He has a graduation in Biotechnology, a master’s in bioinformatics, and completed his PhD degree in Bioengineering Systems from the joint program MIT-Portugal in 2018, at University of Minho. During his academic path he has been engaged in several R&D projects in the area of systems biology, with a main focus on Enzyme structural engineering.
He has a patent and several scientific publications and communications in refereed international journals and conferences, having also supervised bioinformatics master students and presented seminars on structural bioinformatics for the first year PhD students of the MIT-Portugal program.
Fernandes, B; Dias, O; Costa, G; Neto, A; Resende, T; et. al. Genome-wide sequencing and metabolic annotation of Pythium irregulare CBS 494.86: understanding Eicosapentaenoic acid production. BMC Biotechnology, (2019) 19:41
Resende, Tiago; Correia, Daniela M; Rocha, Miguel; Rocha, Isabel. Re-annotation of the genome sequence of Helicobacter pylori 26695. Journal of Integrative Bioinformatics, n. 2013, p. 10(3)-233, 2013.
Resende, Tiago; Correia, Daniela M; Rocha, Isabel. Assignment of Novel Functions to Helicobacter pylori 26695’s Genome. 7. ed. Heidelberg: Springer International Publishing, 2013. v. 222
Abrunhosa, L.; Calado, T.; Resende, T. & Venâncio, A. (2011) A Fluorescence-LC method with NDA pre-column derivatization for fumonisin B2 determination in black Aspergilli cultures. Journal of Liquid Chromatography & Related Technologies 34:1594–1603.
Centre for Biotechnology and Fine Chemistry (CBQF)