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Rosa Maria Silva

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Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP). Campus São Paulo. Escola Paulista de Medicina (EPM)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

graduated in Biological Sciences from Federal University of São Paulo (1974), Master's in Microbiology from Federal University of São Paulo (1978) and PHD in Microbiology from Federal University of São Paulo (1983). Post-Doc in Genetics of Microorganisms from New York University Medical Center (1985). Has experience in Microbiology, focusing on Bacterial Pathogenesis, acting on the following subjects: detection, epidemiology and pathogenicity of enterobacteria; characterization of enterobacteria causing extra-intestinal infections; bacterial translocation. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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1 / 1   Ongoing research grants
2 / 1   Completed research grants
3 / 0   Completed scholarships in Brazil
6 / 2   All research grants and scholarships

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SANTOS, ANA CAROLINA M.; SILVA, ROSA M.; VALIATTI, TIAGO B.; SANTOS, FERNANDA E.; SANTOS-NETO, JOSE E.; CAYO, RODRIGO; STRELING, ANA P.; NODARI, CAROLINA S.; GALES, ANA C.; NISHIYAMA-JR, MILTON Y.; et al. Virulence Potential of a Multidrug-ResistantEscherichia coliStrain Belonging to the Emerging Clonal Group ST101-B1 Isolated from Bloodstream Infection. MICROORGANISMS, v. 8, n. 6, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (16/01656-5, 17/21947-7, 09/00402-6, 18/17353-7)

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