Doutor em Ciencias Marcos Yoshinaga
Doutor em Ciencias Marcos Yoshinaga
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Marcos Yukio Yoshinaga
(Last update: 12/07/2011)
•B.Sc. degree on Biological Sciences at the Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil (2001)
•PhD in Biological Oceanography at the Oceanographic Institute of the University of São Paulo (IOUSP), Brazil (2002-2007)
•Post Doc in MARUM (University of Bremen), Germany (2008-present)
Link the microbial ecology to organic geochemistry on problems in the marine environment, with emphasis on the role of microbial communities mediating the cycle of carbon in the water column and sediments.
Employing a combination of molecular and stable carbon isotopic information from environmental carbon pools (e.g. total organic carbon, volatile fatty acids, intact membrane lipids) my current research is aimed at investigate the microbial carbon cycling in the marine realm. I am also interested in HPLC-ESI-MS in depth characterization of microbial intact polar lipids for assessing the physiological status and metabolic activities in cultures and enrichments.
FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS
•European Association of Organic Geochemistry – EAOG Student Travel Award 2005. “Characterization of lipid biomarkers as a tool to understand an unusual upwelling area off the SE Brazilian coast” to work with Dr. Stuart Wakeham.
•UDEC (Universidad de Concepción)/IOC-UNESCO grant to participate on the course ASI VII - Methane Biogeochemistry and Geophysics, January 2007.
•Agouron Institute and Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education (C-MORE) to participate in the 2007 summer course “Microbial Oceanography: From Genomes to Biomes”, June to August 2007.
•CONICYT (National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research - Chile) Post Doc Fellowship (October 2007).
•Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Post Doc Fellowship 2008.
•Skidaway Institute of Oceanography – Laboratory of Biogeochemistry – hosted by Dr. Stuart G. Wakeham (March-June and October-December, 2005).
•Chesapeake Biological Laboratory – University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science – hosted by Dr. Marcelino Suzuki and Dr. Rodger Harvey (October, 2005 and July-October, 2006).
•Scripps Institution of Oceanography – Geosciences Research Group – hosted by Dr. Lihini Aluwihare (February – May, 2006).
•Oceanographic cruise on board R/V Prof. W. Besnard (5 cruises from 2001-2005);
•Oceanographic cruise on board R/V Knorr (May 2006);
•Oceanographic cruise on board R/V Kilo Moana (July 2007);
•Oceanographic cruise on board R/V Meteor (2007 and 2011);
•Oceanographic cruise on board R/V Atlantis and DVS Alvin (2010).
•Sumida, P.Y.G.; Yoshinaga, M.Y.; Madureira, L.A.S. & Hovland, M. 2004. Seabed pockmarks associated with deep-water corals off SE Brazilian continental slope, Santos Basin. Marine Geology 207: 159-167.
•Sumida, P.Y.G.; Yoshinaga, M.Y.; Ciotti, A.M. & Gaeta, S.A. 2005. Benthic response to upwelling events off the SE Brazilian coast. Marine Ecology Progress Series 291: 35-42.
•Yoshinaga, M.Y.; Quintana, C.O. & Sumida, P.Y.G. 2006. Sedimentary chlorophyll-a and microbial biomass as indicators of benthic process in coastal and shelf areas of the SE Brazilian coast (Ubatuba, SP). Journal of Coastal Research SI 39: 1098-1101.
•Yoshinaga, M.Y.; Sumida, P.Y.G. & Wakeham, S.G. 2008. Lipid biomarkers in surface sediments of an unusual coastal upwelling area from the SW Atlantic Ocean. Organic Geochemistry 39: 1385-1399.
•Dyda, R.Y.; Suzuki, M.T.; Yoshinaga, M.Y. & Harvey, H.R. 2009. The response of in-situ microbial communities to diverse organic matter sources in the Arctic Ocean. Deep-sea research II 56: 1249-1263.
•Yoshinaga, M.Y. ; Sumida, P.Y.G. ; Silveira, I.C.A. ; Ciotti, Á.M. ; Gaeta, S.A. ; Pacheco, L.F.C.M. ; Koettker, A.G. 2010. Vertical distribution of benthic invertebrate larvae during an upwelling event along a transect off the tropical Brazilian continental margin. Journal of Marine Systems79: 124-133.
•Quintana, C.O.; Yoshinaga, M.Y. & Sumida, P.Y. 2010. Benthic responses to organic matter variation in a subtropical coastal area off SE Brazil. Marine Ecology 31: 457-472.
•Lin, Y.-S.; Lipp, J.S.; Yoshinaga, M.Y.; Lin, S.-H.; Elvert, M. & Hinrichs, K.-U. 2010. Intramolecular stable carbon isotopic analysis of archaeal glycosyl tetraether lipids. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 24: 2817–2826.
•Yoshinaga, M.Y.; Kellerman, M.Y.; Rossel, P.; Schubotz, F.; Lipp, J.S. & Hinrichs, K.-U. 2011. Systematic fragmentation patterns of archaeal intact polar lipids by high-performance liquid chromatography/electrospray ionization ion-trap mass spectrometry. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 25: 3563–3574.