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Dai microbi soluzioni innovative per migliorare le catene alimentari

Dai microbi soluzioni innovative per migliorare le catene alimentari

SIMBA is a European innovation project, funded under the EU’s Horizon 2020 Funding Programme, which provides a holistic and innovative approach to the development of microbial solutions to increase food and nutrition security. SIMBA focuses in particular on the identification of viable land and aquatic microbiomes that can assist in the sustainability of European agro- and aquaculture
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Dai microbi soluzioni innovative per migliorare le catene alimentari

Annamaria Bevivino

Annamaria Bevivino is a senior research scientist in Microbiology and Professor of Agro-Food Microbiology at the Campus Biomedico University of Rome, in the Master’s Degree in Food Science and Human Nutrition. She graduated with full marks and honour in 1987 in Biological Sciences at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. She coordinated several research projects. Actually, she is the responsible for microbiological ENEA's research in the agro-food sector.
Her main research activity covered the following themes:
i) Soil microbiology: soil microbial diversity; effects of land use and agricultural management on genetic and functional diversity of soil microbial communities; plant-microbe interactions; selection of plant-growth promoting rhizobacteria
and biocontrol agents of fungal pathogens;
ii) Environmental microbiology: microbial ecology; opportunistic pathogens in natural environment;
iii) Food microbiology: molecular tools for food quality and safety; characterization of food-associated bacteria.
She is Editor for BMC Microbiolology, PlosOne, and Frontiers in Microbiology and reviewers for several peer-reviewed journals. She authored more than 45 peer-reviewed published papers, with an h-index of 26.


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