Colaboraciones internacionales

En los últimos 5 años, los miembros del grupo de investigación GIM han creado nuevas colaboraciones con investigadores internacionales y han mantenido activa la relación con los investigadores y los centros de investigación reconocidos con los que han colaborado durante algún tiempo. Así, durante los últimos 5 años, hemos mantenido colaboraciones con más de 30 investigadores internacionales de 15 países diferentes. Estas colaboraciones se han reflejado en el logro de publicaciones, proyectos, estancias, expansión y apertura de nuevas líneas de investigación, así como muchas otras acciones que han supuesto un beneficio profesional para ambas partes. Relación resumida de los investigadores/as con las que colaboramos:

 

Dr. Euan K James, rhizobia nodulating Mimosoideae and Cesalpinioideae, The James Hutton Institute/ Scotland.

Dr. Janet  I Sprent, rhizobia nodulating Mimosoideae and Cesalpinioideae, Division of Plant Science, United Kingdom, Botany and Agricultural Plant Science, University of Dundee/Scotland.

Dr. Maria Rita Scotti, rhizobia nodulating Mimosoideae and Cesalpinioideae, Departamento de Botânica, Instituto de Ciências Biológicas, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais/Brazil.

Dr. César A Díaz Alcántara, Rhizobium diversity and promotion of plant growth,Faculty of Agronomy and Veterinary, University of Santo Domingo/Dominican Republic.

Dr. Doris Zúñiga, plant associated bacteria, Department of Biology, University of La Molina/Perú.

Dr. Carmen Velezmoro, lactic bacteria, Department of Biology, University of La Molina/Perú.

Dr. Frank B. Dazzo, genes involving in cellulose/cellulase byosynthesis, Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Michigan State University/USA.

Dr. Ann M Hirsch, cellulose/cellulase byosynthesis, Department of Molecular, Cell, and Biology Development, California University of Los Ángeles (UCLA)/USA.

Dr. Esperanza Martínez-Romero,  analysis of genomic data of Rhizobium, Center of Genomic Sciences, National Autonomous University of Mexico/Mexico.

Dr. Peter van Berkum, biogeography of rhizobial-legume symbiosis, The USDA ARS National Rhizobium Germplasm Collection /USA

Dr. Solange Oliveira (R.I.P.), nodulation legume specificity, Department of Biology, University of Évora/Portugal.

Dr. Paula Andrade, food nutrients, Departament of Chemistry, University of Porto/ Portugal.

Dr. Luis R. Silva, food nutrients, Research Center on Health Sciences, University of Beira Interior/ Portugal.

Dr. Rajaa Chahboune, Bradyrhizobium diversity and taxonomy, Department of Biology, University of Mohamed I/Morocco.

Dr. Mustapha FAGHIRE, bacterial taxonomy and diversity, Department of Biology, Faculty of Sciences, Université Ibn Zohr/Morocco.

Dr. Khalid OUFDOU, bacterial taxonomy and diversity, Faculty of Sciences-Semlalia, University Cadi Ayyad/Morocco.

Dr. Mustapha Missbah El Idrissi, bacterial taxonomy and diversity, Laboratory of Productivity Improvement of Soil and Environment University of Mohamed V/Morocco.

Dr. Ridha Mhamdi, Rhizobium taxonomy, Centre de Biotechnologie, Technopole Borj Cédria/Tunisia.

Dr. Jorge Monza, Mesorhizobium taxonomy, Faculty of Agronomy, University of the Republic from Montevideo/Uruguay.

Dr. Marcia Toro, bacterial taxonomy and diversity, Laboratory of Environmental Studies, Faculty of Sciences, Central University of Venezuela/Venezuela.

Dr. Sanja Sikora. Department of Microbiology. University of Zagreb Faculty of Agriculture. Croatia.

Dr. Alicia Arias, soil bacteria, Biological Research Institute “Clemente Estable”/Uruguay.

Dr. Óscar Martínez Viveros, soil bacteria and promotion of plant growth, Institute of Biochemistry and Microbiology, University Austral of Chile/Chile.

Dr. Michael J. Sadowsky. BioTechnology Institute and Department of Soil, Water & Climate, University of Minnesota. St. Paul. USA.

Dr. Tomáš Cajthaml, Ph.D. Director of the Institute for Environmental Studies of the Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic). He is also the Head of the Laboratory of Environmental Biotechnolgy of the Academy of Science of the Czech Republic.

Dr. Gholam Khodakaramian. Department of Plant Protection, Faculty of Agriculture, Buali Sina University, Hamedan, Iran.

Dr. Miroslav Kolařík, PhD. Proffesor and Researcher of the Faculty of Scienceof the Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic). He is also the Head of the Laboratory of Genetics and Physiolgy of the Academy of Science of the Czech Republic.

Dr. Andrea Squartini, Bacterial biofilms and Microbial Soil Ecology. Department of Agronomy, Food, Natural Resources, Animals and the Environment DAFNAE. University of Padova (Università degli studi di Padova)/Italia.

Dr. Petr Baldrian. Massive Paralell Sequencing Techniques. Head of the Laboratory of Microbial Ecology in the Czech Academy of Sciences and Professor at Charles University, (Czech Republic).

Dr. Allan Downie. Rhizobia-legumes symbiosis. Emeritus Professor at John Innes Centre, (United Kingdom).

Dr. Phil Poole. Rhizobia-legumes symbiosis. Professor at University of Reading, (United Kingdom).

Dr. Clarisse Brigido. Rhizobia-legumes symbiosis. Universidade de Évora, (Portugal).

Dr. Sheng Yang. CAS Key Laboratory of Synthetic Biology, Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences. Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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