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Gustavo Habermann


Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). Campus de Rio Claro. Instituto de Biociências (IB)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Prof. Gustavo Habermann obtained his Ph.D. in Botany, at the São Paulo State University (UNESP, Botucatu, SP Brazil) in 2004. He has been Assistant Professor of Plant Physiology and Ecophysiology of Plants in the Department of Botany (Institute of Biosciences in Rio Claro, SP Brazil) at UNESP since 2005. Dr. G. Habermann obtained the bachelor degree at the Agronomy Sciences Faculty (UNESP, Botucatu) in 1995, after having spent six months, asundergraduate student, at the Citrus Research and Education Center University of Florida (Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences), USA, where he worked with Dr. Kenneth S. Derrick on Molecular Diagnosis of Citrus Blight. The field of interest, since his Master degree (1999) obtained at the São Paulo State University and the Campinas Agronomic Institute (IAC) in Brazil, has been plant physiology [photosynthesis, gas exchange, chlorophyll fluorescence, water stress and plant hormones (abscisic acid - ABA)], especially tree physiology, such as Citrus sp and, more recently, Cerrado woody species. After his postdoctoral period (2011) at the Munich Technical University (Freising, Germany), he was elected President of the Brazilian Society of Plant Physiology (BSPP) and President of the Editorial Board of the Brazilian Journal of Plant Physiology. He is also Associate Editor (Botany and Plant Physiology) of the Bragantia Journal, which has been the official Scientific Journal of IAC since 1941, and since 2016 he is the Editor-in-Chief of the Theoretical and experimental Plant Physiology.Since 2012, G. Habermann has been receiving a Research Productivity Fellowship from the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq). G. Habermann has published more than 42 papers in his field of expertise in important journals of Agriculture, Horticulture, Plant Biology, Plant Physiology and scientific editorial issues. Recently, he has published a book chapter about aluminum (Al3+) in Cerrado woody plants and how research initiatives trying to understand Al3+ physiological roles in native species of the Brazilian Savanna could support future investigations on aluminum resistance in crop plants. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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