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Natalia Kronbauer de Oliveira

M.S. Molecular Biology, 2019, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Advisor: rotation student 2019 - 2020
Email: Natalia.Kronbauer de Oliveira@stonybrook.edu

Research Interests

My major interest is in fungal pathogenesis and antifungal drugs development. My master’s research was focused on drug repurposing as an alternative treatment of cryptococcal meningitis. I’ve been involved in a research project focused on a functional study of calcium transporters in Cryptococcus neoformans pathogenesis.

Honors and Awards

 

Publications

Squizani, E.D., Oliveira, N.K., Reuwsaat, J.C.V., Marques, B.M., Lope,s W., Gerber, A.L., et al. (2018). Cryptococcal dissemination to the central nervous system requires the vacuolar calcium transporter Pmc1. Cellular Microbiolology 20(2).

Reuwsaat, J.C.V., Motta, H., Garcia, A.W.A., Vasconcelos, C.B., Marques, B.M., Oliveira, N.K., et al. (2018). A Predicted Mannoprotein Participates in Cryptococcus gattii Capsular Structure. mSphere 3(2):e00023-18.

Presentations

Oliveira, N.K., Squizani, E.D., Reuwsaat, J.C.V., Marques, B.M., Staats, C.C., Vainstein, M.H., and Kmetzsch, L. (2017). Calcium Channel Blockers as Potential Antifungal Drugs Against Cryptococcus neoformans. In: 29º Congresso Brasileiro de Microbiologia, 2017, Foz do Iguaçu. 29º Congresso Brasileiro de Microbiologia (29º Brazilian Conference of Microbiology).