Bilde av Miranda Tatara, Juliana
Bilde av Miranda Tatara, Juliana
The Norwegian College of Fishery Science

Juliana Miranda Tatara

PhD researcher

Job description

Juliana has a master's degree in Cell and Molecular Biology, acquired at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) - Brazil, where she studied the proteomic responses of Vero Cells infected by a Brazilian and an African Zika Virus strain. She started her journey as a PhD candidate in February 2023, with the supervision of Professor Dr. Gabriel Magno de Freitas Almeida and co-supervision of Professor Dr. Jônatas Abrahão (from the Federal University of Minas Gerais - Brazil). Her PhD research is focused in bioprospecting Giant Viruses in the Arctic region, and their potential biotechnological uses as antimicrobial agents. 

Publications outside Cristin

Tatara JM, Rosa RL, Varela APM, Teixeira TF, Sesterheim P, Pig A, Driemeier D, Moraes ANS, Berger M, Peña RD, Roehe PM, Souza DOG, Guimarães JA, Campos AR, Santi L, Beys-da-Silva WO. Differential proteomics of Zika virus (ZIKV) infection reveals molecular changes potentially involved in immune system evasion by a Brazilian strain of ZIKV. Arch Virol. 2023 Jan 20; 168(2):70. doi:10/s1007-00705-022-x. PMID: 05629.

da Rosa RL, Yang TS, Tureta EF, de Oliveira LRS, Moraes ANS, Tatara JM, Costa RP, Borges JS, Alves CI, Berger M, Guimarães JA, Santi L, Beys-da-Silva WO. SARSCOVIDB-A New Platform for the Analysis of the Molecular Impact of SARS-CoV-2 Viral Infection. ACS Omega. 2021 Jan 21; 6(4):3238-3243. doi:10.1021/acsomega.0c05701. PMID: 33553941; PMCID: PMC7839156.

Tatara JM, Santi L, Beys-Da-Silva WO. Proteome alterations promotedby Zika virus infection. In: Colin Martin; Caroline Hollins-Martin; Victor Preedy; Rajkumar Rajendram. (Org.). Zika Virus Biology, Transmission, and Pathways. 1st Edition. 1ed. Londres: Elsevier, 2021, v. 1, pp. 307-318.

Research interests

Juliana is interested in learning more about the "virus world" while learning about other microbes, such as amoebas, bacteria and yeast. She is also interested in understanding the responses triggered by microbes infection at the molecular and cell level, including immune system responses. She looks forward to learning and aprimorating her knowledge in laboratory techniques.

Member of research group