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Credit Name
Urbano, Ana M.
 
Full Name
Urbano, Ana Margarida Malaquias Pires
 
Variants
Urbano, Ana Margarida
Urbano, Ana M.
Urbano, Ana Margarida M. P.
 
 
 
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Biography
Ana M. Urbano, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Life Sciences at the University of Coimbra, Portugal, and a Senior Scientist at the Molecular Physical Chemistry Research Unit of the same university. She is currently teaching courses on Biochemistry, Physical Chemistry and Laboratorial Biochemistry. She graduated in Biochemistry at the University of Coimbra (1989), where she later gained her MSc in Cell Biology (1993). Part of her MSc research was conducted, as an Erasmus student, at Delft Technical University. She then received a D. Phil from the University Cambridge, UK (1999), where she conducted research on mammalian cell bioenergetics. Her main research interests are bioenergetics and oncobiology. Her group has been investigating the impact of hexavalent chromium [Cr(VI)] exposure on the energy metabolism of human lung cells and on their resistance to stress, aiming at a better understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying the toxicity of this occupational lung carcinogen. Other research interests include the mechanisms by which exercise contributes to cancer prevention. Her strong interest in (onco)metabolism led her to (co)organise the 16th Charles Heidelberger Symposium on Cancer Research (2010) and two editions (2017 and 2019) of a FEBS Advanced Lecture Course devoted to oncometabolism. Recently, she co-edited a special issue on oncometabolism, entitled Oncometabolism: The Switchboard of Cancer, which was published in Biochimica Biophysyca Acta Molecular Basis of Disease. Ana Urbano has supervised 19 graduation projects and 10 MSc/PhD theses (some ongoing), (co)authored 25+ peer-reviewed research papers/reviews/book chapters and co-edited 2 special issues. She has also been a reviewer for 15 different scientific journals and 1 funding agency.
Status
UC Researcher
 
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12015Efeitos do Crómio Hexavalente no Metabolismo Energético de uma Linha Celular do Epitélio Brônquico HumanoFerreira, Daniela Cravo masterThesisopenAccess
22011Effect of short-term Cr(VI) exposure on energy metabolisn in human lung epithelial cellsCerveira, Joana Felício masterThesisopenAccess
32007Effect of the Metal Center on the Antitumor Activity of the Analogous Dinuclear Spermine Chelates (PdCl2)2(Spermine) and (PtCl2)2(Spermine)Soares, Ana ; Fiuza, Sónia ; Goncalves, M. ; Carvalho, Luís Batista de ; Marques, M. Paula ; Urbano, Ana M. articleopenAccess
43-Dec-2020Effects of Extended Passaging on the BEAS-2B Cell Line, an in vitro Model of Human Lung Epithelium Established for the Study of Lung CarcinogenesisSobral, Margarida Conceição MoreiramasterThesisembargoedAccess
5Aug-2018Hexavalent chromium, a lung carcinogen, confers resistance to thermal stress and interferes with heat shock protein expression in human bronchial epithelial cellsAbreu, Patrícia L ; Cunha-Oliveira, Teresa ; Ferreira, Leonardo M R ; Urbano, Ana M. articleopenAccess
626-Jun-2020Intermediary metabolism: An intricate network at the crossroads of cell fate and functionLeonardo M. R. Ferreira, Leonardo M. R.; Li, Albert M.; Serafim, Teresa L.; Sobral, Margarida C. ; Alpoim, Maria Carmen ; Urbano, Ana M. articleopenAccess
72016Mechanisms of Hexavalent Chromium Carcinogenicity: Effects on the Stress Response and on the Genomic Stability of the BEAS-2B Cell LineAbreu, Patrícia Alexandra Lona masterThesisembargoedAccess
8May-1993Multinuclear magnetic resonance study of the structure and dynamics of lanthanide(III) complexes of the bis(propylamide) of diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid in aqueous solutionGeraldes, Carlos F. G. C. ; Urbano, Ana M. ; Hoefnagel, Mattheus A. ; Peters, Joop A. articleopenAccess
92014Short-term exposure of nontumorigenic human bronchial epithelial cells to carcinogenic chromium(VI) compromises their respiratory capacity and alters their bioenergetic signatureCerveira, Joana F. ; Sánchez-Aragó, María ; Urbano, Ana M. ; Cuezva, José M. articleopenAccess
102013Síntese e Caracterização de Porfirinas como Potenciais Agentes Fotossensibilizadores em Terapia FotodinâmicaCosta, Letícia Daniela da Silva masterThesisopenAccess