Introducing new Editorial Board member Rosário Domingues

We are delighted to welcome Professor Rosário Domingues to the Molecular Omics Editorial Board!

About Rosário:

Rosário Domingues graduated with a degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Coimbra (1990), received her Ph.D. degree in Chemistry (1998), and Habilitation in Biochemistry (2014) both at the University of Aveiro. Since 2016 she has held the position of Associate Professor with habilitation in the Mass Spectrometry Centre, Department of Chemistry at the University of Aveiro (UA). She is the Director of the Doctoral Program of Biochemistry at UA and the leader of the Lipidomic Laboratory of the Mass Spectrometry Centre of the UA and Marine Lipidomic lab at CESAM-UA.

She has over 25 years of research experience in the field of mass spectrometry, and is a well-established researcher in lipidomics, glycomics and changes in biomolecules associated with oxidative stress monitored by mass spectrometry. Her major research interests are focused in lipidomics, namely: Algae & Marine lipidomics, Oxidative lipidomics, Food & Microbial lipidomics and lipidomics in Health and Disease. She is the author of one book and ten book chapters with more than 390 articles published in international journals. She has coordinated and participated in several research projects funded by national and European programs (35 in total). Currently, she is the coordinator of the European project Cost Action CA19105 Pan-European Network in Lipidomics and EpiLipidomics.

Find out more about Rosário and her research on her webpage and check out some of her RSC publications below:

Lipid profile variability in children at different ages measured in dried blood spots
Helena Beatriz Ferreira, Tânia Melo, Hugo Rocha, Artur Paiva, Pedro Dominguesa and M. Rosário Domingues
Mol. Omics, 2022, 19, 229-237

The plasma phospholipidome of the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) is modulated by both sex and developmental stage
João P. Monteiro, Helena B. Ferreira, Tânia Melo, Carla Flanagan, Nuno Urbani, João Neves, Pedro Domingues and M. Rosário Domingues
Mol. Omics, 2022, 19, 35-47

Applications of lipidomics in marine organisms: progress, challenges and future perspectives
Felisa Rey, Tânia Melo, Diana Lopes, Daniela Couto, Francisca Marquesab and M. Rosário Domingues

Mol. Omics, 2021, 18, 357-386

Find out more about our full Editorial Board on our webpage.

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