Montserrat Aldunate, MSc.

Doctorate Student @ IMO
Doctorate in Oceanography @ UDEC



Doctorate Student @ IMO


Doctorate in Oceanography @ UDEC
Master in Science mention Oceanography @ UDEC
Marine Biologist @ UDEC


PhD Student in Oceanography, Postgraduate Programa in Oceanography, University of Concepcion, Chile.

Her thesis es titled: Alternative metabolism of carbon and nitrogen in picocyanobacteria inhabiting anoxic marine zones.

Advisor: Dr. Osvaldo Ulloa


Metabolismos alternativos del carbono y nitrógeno en las picocianobacterias que habitan las zonas marinas anóxicas

Doctorate in Oceanography

University of Conceapción

ComitionUlloa, O.Von Dassow, P.


Single cell genomic and transcriptomic evidence for the use of alternative nitrogen substrates by anammox bacteria

ISME Journal | Volume 12, Issue 11, Pages 2706-2722

doi:10.1038/s41396-018-0223-9November, 2018

Ganesh, S.Bertagnolli, A.Bristow, L.A.Padilla, C.C.Blackwood, N.Aldunate, M.Bourbonnais, A.Altabet, M.A.Malmstrom, R.R.Woyke, T.Ulloa, O.Konstantinidis, K.T.Thamdrup, B.Stewart, F.J.

Oxygen modulates bacterial community composition in the coastal upwelling waters off central Chile

Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography | Volume 156, Pages 68-79

doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2018.02.001October, 2018

Cryptic oxygen cycling in anoxic marine zones

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America | Volume 114, Issue 31, Pages 8319-8324

doi:10.1073/pnas.1619844114August, 2017

Garcia-Robledo, E.Padilla, C.C.Aldunate, M.Stewart, F.J.Ulloa, O.Paulmier, A.Gregori, G.Revsbech, N.P.


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