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Elisabete de Jesus Oliveira Marques

PhD in Biotechnology

  • 1311 Citations
  • 21 h-Index

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E. Oliveira is 33 years-old (married and 1 daughter with 4 years old), is graduated in Applied Chemistry (2006) from FCT-University Nova of Lisbon, in 2007 obtained a Master in Biotechnology and completed a PhD degree in Biotechnology in 2010, at the same University. In 2013, she obtained a second PhD degree in “Ciencia e tecnoloxía agroalimentaria” by Science Faculty of University of Vigo, Spain. Actually, she has been working as a Post-Doctoral researcher at the BIOSCOPE group, UCIBIO-REQUIMTE, Chemistry Department, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, University NOVA of Lisbon. E. Oliveira has actually 55 papers in international peer review journals, with more than 836 citations, an h-index of 16 ((data retrieved from Scopus, Author ID: 19934262900), more than 100 poster communications and 17 oral communications.

In 2008 Dr Oliveira got the National Gulbenkian Scientific Prize in Excellent Research in the field of Sensors, in 2015 received the Young Research Award, in the 1st International Caparica Conference on Pollutant Toxic Ions and Molecules; Selection Award Committee Plenary Speakers 1st PTIM2015; Jose Luis Gomez Ariza, University of Huelva (Spain); Julia Ljubimova, Cedars Sinai Hospital, LA (United States); Manuel Miró, University of Balears Islands (Spain); Vito Lippolis, University of Cagliari, Sardinia, (Italia). Recently (2016), she was awarded with the Prize For Women in Science, “Medalhas de Honra L’Oréal Portugal para as Mulheres na Ciência in healthy Sciences field.

The internationalization of Dr. Oliveira is demonstrated by her participation as a member of 13 projects financed by national and international funding agencies such as FCT–Portugal, European Union, CNPQ–Brazil, Xunta de Galicia–Spain, Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, summing a total of 1.2 million euros; and for the several international training periods in the University of Vigo, Spain (3 years), in the University of Bologna, Italy, and in University of Barcelona (IBB and ICN2), Spain, working with the international well-reputed groups of Prof.Luca Prodi, Prof. Julia Lorenzo and Prof. Daniel Ruiz, respectively. 

Dr. Oliveira also demonstrated scientific/academic skills as well as her role in extracurricular activities and community functions, participating actively in the organization of 20 conferences, and 19 advanced training courses, supervision of 7 visiting PhD students, 7 undergraduate final projects,  and 4 master students. Two of these courses have been sponsored by the European Proteomics Association (EuPA).

In fact these two courses were highlighted in EuPA Open Proteomics (

She published 6 books and 4 book chapters, is review Editor in Frontiers in Inorganic Chemistry, Numerary member of Portuguese Society of Chemistry. (Sociedade Portuguesa de Quimica, S.P.Q.) Since April 2013, Member of Proteomass Scientific Society 


Research topics: Synthesis of nanomaterials (inorganic) and chemosensors, sample treatment, proteomics and procedures involving cancer cells. Synthesis and manipulation of nanomaterials and their further application in biological samples. 

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Research Output at NOVA

  • 3 Citations (Scopus)

    New dual colorimetric/fluorimetric probes for Hg2+ detection & extraction based on mesoporous SBA-16 nanoparticles containing porphyrin or rhodamine chromophores

    Marcelo, G. A., Pires, S. M. G., Faustino, M. A. F., Simões, M. M. Q., Neves, M. G. P. M. S., Santos, H. M., Capelo, J. L., Mota, J. P., Lodeiro, C. & Oliveira, E., 1 Feb 2019, In : Dyes and Pigments. 161, p. 427-437 11 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 4 Citations (Scopus)
    4 Citations (Scopus)

    Oxidation of tellurium dyes induced by mercury: More insights on the naked-eye and fluorescent Hg2+ detection

    Soares-Paulino, A. A., Giroldo, L., Celante, G., Oliveira, E., Santos, S. M., Mendes, R. F., Almeida Paz, F. A., Fioroto, A. M., Oliveira, P. V., Serrano, S. H. P., Lodeiro, C. & Santos, A. A. D., 1 Jan 2019, In : Dyes and Pigments. 160, p. 208-216 9 p.

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  • 3 Citations (Scopus)