PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS

Angelo de Fatima, PhD

UFMG - REDNIU Coordinator

His research is focused on the synthesis of compounds of biological and technological interests. He develops new synthetic methodologies for obtaining natural and non-natural organic molecules.

Luzia Valentina Modolo, PhD

UFMG - REDNIU Coordinator

Her research interest includes plant biochemistry and physiology, with emphasis on nitrogen nutrition and plant response to stressing conditions. Another goal of her group is the development of novel urease inhibitors and plant growth modulators.

Álvaro Vilela de Resende, PhD

EMBRAPA Maize and Sorghum

His main goal is the management of soil fertility and adubation for the production of crops by planting direct system in Cerrado. He has experience on agronomical evaluation of fertilizers, maize and soybean crops.

Antonio Marcos Coelho, PhD

EMBRAPA Maize and Sorghum

His primarily aim is the management of soil fertility and adubation for the production of crops. He is also interested in the evaluation of urease inhibitors on plant growth and development.

Christiane Abreu de Oliveira Paiva, PhD

EMBRAPA Maize and Sorghum

Her research is focused on the soil biochemistry, plant-soil-microorganisms interactions and microbe environmental ecology.

Eliane Aparecida Gomes, PhD

EMBRAPA Maize and Sorghum

Her research is focused on the molecular aspects of plant-soil-microorganisms interactions and microbe environmental ecology.

Francisco Adriano de Souza, PhD

EMBRAPA Maize and Sorghum

His research is focused on the soil biochemistry, plant-soil-microorganisms interactions and microbe environmental ecology

Ivanildo Evódio Marriel , PhD

EMBRAPA Maize and Sorghum

His research is focused on soil microbiology and biochemistry with emphasis in plant nutrition, nitrogen fixation by plants from Poaceae family, nutrient cycling in agroecosystems and environmental monitoring.

Marcelo Curitiba Espindula, PhD

EMBRAPA - Rondonia

His primary interest is on crops yields in the context of mineral nutrition management. He investigates, in field conditions, the plant growth in the presence of urease inhibitors for optimization of urea use by annual and perennial crops.

Bianca Braz Mattos, MSc

EMBRAPA Soils

She is the the responsible for the activities carried out in the Laboratory of Fertilizer Technologies.

Jose Carlos Polidoro, PhD

EMBRAPA Soils

His primarily aim is the management of soil fertility, agricultural nutrient efficiency and technologies for the development of novel urease inhibitors

Paulo César Teixeira, PhD

EMBRAPA Soils

His primarily aim is the management of soil fertility, agricultural nutrient efficiency and technologies for the development of novel urease inhibitors

Heitor Cantarella, PhD

IAC

His primary research interest is on soil fertility and impact f urease inhibitors on nitrogen losses to ecosystems.

Fernando César de Macedo Júnior, PhD

UEL

He works in organic chemistry field with emphasis in synthesis and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. His primary interest includes investigation on the structure and biological properties of organic molecules.

Isis Martins Figueiredo, PhD

UFAL

Her research is focused on the synthesis, purification and characterization of novel urease inhibitors and their in vitro evaluation with respect to urease-inhibitor interactions using spectroscopic methods. The influence of organic matter on soil ureases activities is also of interest

Josué Carinhanha Caldas Santos, PhD

UFAL

His research is focused on the synthesis, purification and characterization of novel urease inhibitors, their in vitro evaluation with respect to urease-inhibitor interactions using spectroscopic methods. The influence of organic matter on soil ureases activities is also of interest.

Wander Gustavo Botero, PhD

UFAL

His research is focused on Environmental Chemistry with emphasis in humic substances and soil.

Felipe Terra Martins, PhD

UFG

His research is focused on the synthesis, purification and characterization of novel urease inhibitors.

Giovanni Wilson Amarante, PhD

UFJF

His research is focused on the synthesis  and development of synthetic methodologies for obtaining natural and non-natural organic molecules.

Adão Aparecido Sabino, PhD

UFMG

His research is focused on the development of synthetic methodologies for obtaining bidentate organic ligands to be employed in organocatalysis, synthesis of bioactive compounds. Besides, he uses Mass Spectrometry techniques monitor and elucidate mecanisms of reactions.

Aristóteles Góes Neto, PhD

UFMG

His research aims the development of analytical methodologies for the study of urease inhibitors biotransformation by soil microbiota, together with the evaluation of urease inhibitors effects on plant growth and development and on soil microorganisms.

Cleiton Moreira da Silva, PhD

UFMG

His research is focused on the synthesis  and development of synthetic methodologies for obtaining natural and non-natural organic molecules.

Rosemeire Brondi Alves, PhD

UFMG

She develops new synthetic methodologies for obtaining natural and non-natural organic molecules.

Ana Silvia Franco Pinheiro Moreira, PhD

UFU

Her research interest is on soil fertility and the evaluation of biological effects of urease inhibitors on plant growth and development.

Leandro Torres de Souza, PhD

UFRR

His research interest includes nitrogen fertilization for the production of crops in Roraima Savanna. He is also interested in crop management under aluminum stress as well as the use of urease inhibitors for enhancing crop production.

Juliano de Carvalho Cury, PhD

UFSJ

His research aims the development of analytical methodologies for the study of urease inhibitors biotransformation by soil microbiota, together with the evaluation of urease inhibitors effects on plant growth and development and on soil microorganisms.

Reinaldo Bertola Cantarutti, PhD

UFV

His research is focused on the nitrogen dynamics in soil-plant system, nitrogen fertilizers and forage nutrition.

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Sergio Antonio Fernandes, PhD

UFV

His research is focused on the development of new controlled-releasing systems of bioactive compounds using synthetic approaches. He is also interested in supramolecular chemistry and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.

Gisele Assis Castro Goulart, PhD

UFMG

Her research is focused on the design, development and characterization of new delivery systems.

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