I received a PhD in Physiology from the University of Cambridge, UK, in 1980.
I am currently collaborating with the ESFE research group from cE3c, and with the FunGP research group from BIOISI.
My major research interests are cell and epithelial physiology; membrane transport systems and regulation in human healthy and pathological conditions. I am also interested in the problematic of personalized therapies.
My collaboration with ESFE is mostly focused on eco-physiology and plant water relations. I am also interested in plant drought conditions and how plants cope with toxic and stressing elements in soil and atmosphere.
Duro, N., Batista-Santos, P., Costa, M., Maia, R., Castro, I.V., Ramos, M., Ramalho, J. C., Pawlowski, K., Máguas, C. & Ribeiro-Barros, A. (2016) The impact of salinity on the symbiosis between Casuarina glauca Sieb. ex Spreng. and N2-fixing Frankia bacteria based on the analysis of nitrogen and carbon metabolism.Plant and Soil, 398(1), 327-337. DOI:10.1007/s11104-015-2666-3 (IF2015 2,969; Q1 Agronomy)