Scientific Project Coordinator
Project coordinator, member of project management board, member of scientific board and WP1 leader.
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WP1 Deputy Leader
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WP2 Deputy Leader
Bachelor and PhD in Biology. Teanured lecturer in Plant and Soil Science Department at the University of Vigo. Research experience on soil resource evaluation mainly focussed on soil heavy metal pollution, availability, fraccionation and speciation.
+34 988 387 070 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Member of the Project Management and Scientific Board, Atlantic Central regional coordinator and WP3 leader. Additionally involved in WP2, WP4, WP5, WP7 and WP8.
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WP3 Deputy Leader
Regional coordinator of boreal region, deputy coordinator of WP3.
+358 29 532 5585 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate professor (PhD) and head of the Environmental Microbiology Research Group at University of Copenhagen. Research activities aim to elucidate, understand, and exploit microbe-pollutant interactions and basic interactions between microorganisms and their environment. UCPH scientist-in-charge in the SoildiverAgro project, WP4 leader and involved in most WPs+45 35 33 26 12 | email@example.com
WP4 Deputy Leader
Member of the Project Scientific Board and involved in WP4 and WP8.
Jane.firstname.lastname@example.org | ResearchGate | Website
+34 968 327 064 | email@example.com
WP5 Deputy Leader
WP5 Deputy Leader.
Task leader of WP6.
+358 50 343 9834 | firstname.lastname@example.org
WP6 Deputy Leader
WP6 Deputy Leader
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WP7 Deputy Leader
Professor of Agricultural Economics and Policy and Rural Sociology at UPCT. Research experience on agricultural, resource and environmental economics, mainly focused on the economics and policy of water resources management and agricultural soil conservation.
Deputy coordinator of WP7 and task leader in WP2, WP6 and WP7.
MSc. in Business Communication from University of La Coruña (UDC, Spain) and MSc. in Corporate Sustainability and Social Responsibility from National Distance Education University and University Jaume I Castellón (UNED and UJI, Spain). Certified by GRI on G4 reporting Guidelines.
She is an expert on communication, innovation and sustainability with more than 10 years of experience in consultancy on entrepreneurship, culture, European funds at public and private entities with emphasis on SMEs development.
Before joining FEUGA in September 2019, Tamara worked at several media and more recently at ACIS (Galician Agency for Knowledge and Health Innovation) and GAIN (Galician Agency for Innovation). ANIS (Spanish association health journalists) member.
European Project Manager at FEUGA.
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