Research Group: MicroMed – Microbiologia Médica
Thematic Line: TL2 – Clinical & Translational Research
Hub: Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto
Research Areas: Microbiology, Mycology, Pharmacology and Pharmacy, Infectious Diseases
updated on 19/03/2018
Elisabete Ricardo is an integrated researcher of the MicroMed group, Thematic Line 2 – Clinical and Translational Research of CINTESIS.
She earned her Doctoral Degree in Biomedicine from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto (FMUP) in 2015, completed her Master Degree in Microbiology at the same faculty in 2008 and obtained her Degree in Biochemistry from the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto (FCUP) in 2004.
Currently, she is a researcher in Microbiology and a Volunteer Professor at FMUP. Her main areas of research include Microbiology, Mycology and Infectious Diseases.
AUTORES: Elisabete Ricardo; Isabel M Miranda; Isabel Faria Ramos; Raquel M Silva; Acacio Goncalves Rodrigues; Cidalia Pina Vaz;
FONTE: ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CHEMOTHERAPY, VOLUME: 58, NÚMERO: 8, PUBLICAÇÃO: 2014
TÍTULO: Species distribution and in vitro antifungal susceptibility profiles of yeast isolates from invasive infections during a Portuguese multicenter survey
AUTORES: Faria Ramos, I; Neves Maia, J; Ricardo, E; Santos Antunes, J; Silva, AT; Costa de Oliveira, S; Canton, E;Rodrigues, AG; Pina Vaz, C;
FONTE: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY & INFECTIOUS DISEASES, VOLUME: 33, NÚMERO: 12,PUBLICAÇÃO: 2014
TÍTULO: An alternative respiratory pathway on Candida krusei: implications on susceptibility profile and oxidative stress
AUTORES: Sofia Costa de Oliveira; Belem Sampaio Marques; Matilde Barbosa; Elisabete Ricardo; Cidalia Pina Vaz;Paula Ludovico; Acacio G Rodrigues;
FONTE: FEMS YEAST RESEARCH, VOLUME: 12, NÚMERO: 4, PUBLICAÇÃO: 2012
TÍTULO: Ibuprofen reverts antifungal resistance on Candida albicans showing overexpression of CDR genes
AUTORES: Elisabete Ricardo; Sofia Costa de Oliveira; Ana Silva Dias; Jose Guerra; Acacio Goncalves Rodrigues;Cidalia Pina Vaz;
FONTE: FEMS YEAST RESEARCH, VOLUME: 9, NÚMERO: 4, PUBLICAÇÃO: 2009
TÍTULO: Potent synergic effect between ibuprofen and azoles on Candida resulting from blockade of efflux pumps as determined by FUN-1 staining and flow cytometry
AUTORES: Pina Vaz, C; Rodrigues, AG; Costa de Oliveira, S; Ricardo, E; Mardh, PA;
FONTE: JOURNAL OF ANTIMICROBIAL CHEMOTHERAPY, VOLUME: 56, NÚMERO: 4, PUBLICAÇÃO: 2005