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Name: Neide Vieira

Office: I2.01

School Phone: +351 253 604 956

Email: neidevieira@med.uminho.pt

 

 

 

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About

Neide Vieira (PhD) graduated as Applied Biology in 2005, at the University of Minho, with the highest mark (17/20). She obtained her European PhD degree in Health Sciences in April 2010, by the University of Minho (Portugal), and the University of Aberdeen (UK), under the supervision of Prof. Sandra Paiva and Prof. Alistair JP Brown. During her PhD studies, Neide Vieira focused on studying the function, physiology, and regulation of carboxylic acids transporters in pathogenic and non-pathogenic yeasts, working for that purpose in distinct labs in Europe: in the Institute of Medical Sciences in Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK; in the Institute Jacques Monod in Paris; and in France and in the École Normale Supérieure in Paris, France. 

Neide Vieira did her first postdoc in the NYU Langone medical center, under the supervision of Prof. Tung-Tien, Sun. She worked as a part of a multidisciplinary team studying the trafficking, assembly, structure, function and disease implications of integral membrane proteins.

Neide Vieira received a 2016 NARSAD Young Investigator grant, and is currently interested in the interplay between proteostasis and brain ageing, and is focused on understanding how defects in protein homeostasis can negatively affect the central nervous system (CNS) and the immune system, influencing cognitive ability.

Neide Vieira is author in several scientific reports. She has presented original work in a number of national and international meetings in the form of poster or lecture. She is currently supervising both undergraduate and master students

Neide Vieira has been honored with 10 awards, including grants to attend several EMBO and FEBS meetings, a PhD and BPD FCT scholarship, poster awards, including 1st poster award by Nature Cell Biology, at an EMBO meeting, and a 2016 NARSAD Young investigator grant.

Recent Publications 

*Vieira, N., Bessa, C., Rodrigues, A.J., Marques, P., Chan, FY., Xavier de Carvalho, A., Correia-Neves, M. and Sousa, N (2017). “Caenorhabditis elegans SNX3 mutation leads to impaired development and behavioral deficits”. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 

Aslani, S., Vieira,N.Marques, F.,Costa, P., Sousa, N. and Palha, J. (2015) " The effect of high fat diet onrat's mood, feeding behavior and response to stress". TranslationalPsychiatry.  5:e684.

* Mota, S.*, Vieira, N.*,  Barbosa, S., Delaveau, T., Torchet. C, Le Saux, A., Garcia, M., Pereira, A., Lemoine, S., Coulpier, F.,  Darzacq, X., Benard, L., Casal, M., Devaux, F. and Paiva, S. (2014) "Role of the DHH1 gene in the regulation of monocarboxylic acids transporters expression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae". PLoS ONE. 9(11):e111589. *Both authors contributed equally to the work. 2012 Impact factor – 3.730.

* Vieira, N.*, Deng, F-M.*, Liang, F-X., Liao, Y., Chang, J., Zhou, G., Zheng, W., Simon,J-P., Ding, M., Wu, X-R., Romih, R., Kreibich, G. and Sun, T-T. (2014) "SNX31: A Novel Sorting Nexin Associated with the Uroplakin-Degrading Multivesicular Bodies in terminally Differentiated Urothelial Cells". PLoS ONE. 9(6):e99644*Both authors contributed equally to the work. 2012 Impact factor – 3.730.

Becuwe, M*, Vieira, N.*, Lara, D., Gomes, J., Cunha, C., Haguenauer-Tsapis, R.,Casal, M., Paiva, S. and Léon, S. (2012) “A molecular switch on an arrestin-like protein relays glucose signaling to transporter endocytosis”. J Cell Biol., 196:247-59 *Both authors contributed equally to the work. 2011 Impact factor – 10.264.

Vieira, N., Casal, M., Johansson, B., MacCallum D., Brown, A. and Paiva, S. (2010) “Functional specialization and differential regulation of short chain carboxylic acid transporters in the pathogen Candida albicans”. Molecular Microbiology75:1337-54. 2010 Impact factor – 4.819.

Vieira, N., Pereira, F., Casal, M., Brown, A.,Paiva, S. and Johansson, B. (2010) “A set of plasmids for in vivo construction of integrative Candida albicans vectors in Saccharomyces cerevisiae”. YEAST, 27:933-9. 2010 Impact factor – 1.626.

Paiva, S., Vieira, N., Nondier, I., Haguenauer-Tsapis, R., Casal, M. and Urban-Grimal, D. (2009) “Glucose-Induced Ubiquitylation and Endocytosis of the Yeast Jen1 Transporter:role of Ubiquitin-K63 chains”, J Biol Chem, 284:19228-36. 2009 Impact factor – 5.328.


Projects

Active tuberculosis in diabetic patients: biological basis for the increased susceptibility  

Neural cells modulation and support  

The role of the immune system in mood disorders and cognition  

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