Manuel Salvador de Lara


: Apr 3, 2019


Looking for Partnership Looking for Extra EU Funds
About Me

I am a molecular microbiologist that earned his in 2014 working for the University of Seville (Spain) in the study of the biotechnological production of ectoines in the moderately halophillic bacterium Chromohalobacter salexigens. That study included the study of a potential application of ectoines in Alzheimer disease, the analysis of the role of a transcriptional global regulator in metabolic adaptation during osmotic and thermal stress, and the obtaining and integration of multi-omic data from such conditions. After that I continued his Systems Biology formation by integrating that multi-omic data with a genome based metabolic model of that bacterium. In 2015 I was appointed to a postdoctoral position within the P4SB under the auspices of Dr. Jose Jimenez at USU.

In those days I become profident in microbial community engineering, Synthetic Biology and Plastic upcycling.

It is my desire to merge all these concepts for a sustainable economy and I am open to continue through that research field.

Keywords and matching areas:

 Agriculture
 Biodiversity
 Genetic Resources
 Bioenergy
 Renewable Energy
 Horizon2020
 Biology

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