Salvador Ramírez

Informatics Team @ IMO
Engineering Doctorate in Complex System @ UAI

Contact

salvador.ramirez@imo-chile.cl

Roles

Education

Engineering Doctorate in Complex System @ UAI
Computer Engineer @ UDEC

Biography

PhD Student (c) in Engineering of Complex Systems. University Adolfo Ibanez.

His thesis is titled: Study on the use of molecular functional traits for the characterization of microbial community structures

Advisors: Dr. Bernardo González and Dr. Osvaldo Ulloa.

 

Advisors: Dr. Bernardo González and Dr. Osvaldo Ulloa.

Publications

Autotrophic carbon fixation pathways along the redox gradient in oxygen‐depleted oceanic waters

Environmental Microbiology Reports | Volume 12, Issue 3, Pages 334-341

doi:10.1111/1758-2229.12837June, 2020

Ruiz, P.Ramírez-Flandes, S.Rodríguez, E.Ulloa, O.

Redox traits characterize the organization of global microbial communities

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America | Volume 116, Issue 9, Pages 3630-3635

doi:10.1073/pnas.1817554116February, 2019

Distinctive archaeal composition of an artisanal crystallizer pond and functional insights into salt-saturated hypersaline environment adaptation.

Frontiers in Microbiology | Volume 9, Article 1800

doi:10.3389/fmicb.2018.01800August, 2018

Plominsky, A.M.Henríquez, C.Delherbe, N.Podell, S.Ramírez-Flandes, S.Ugalde, J.A.Santibañez, J.F.Van Den Engh, G.JHanselmann, K.Ulloa, O.De la Iglesia, R.Allen, E.E.Trefault, N.

Diversity and transcriptional levels of RuBisCO form II of sulfur-oxidizing γ-proteobacteria in coastal-upwelling waters with seasonal anoxia

Frontiers in Marine Science | Volume 4, Issue 213, Pages 1-12

doi:10.3389/fmars.2017.00213July, 2017

Genomic potential for nitrogen assimilation in uncultivated members of Prochlorococcus from an anoxic marine zone

ISME Journal | Volume 9, Pages 1264-1267

doi:10.1038/ismej.2015.21April, 2015

Astorga-Eló, M.Ramírez-Flandes, S.DeLong, E.F.Ulloa, O.

Enhanced metabolic versatility of planktonic sulfur-oxidizing γ-proteobacteria in an oxygen-deficient coastal ecosystem

Frontiers in Marine Science | Volume 1, Issue 18, Pages 1-13

doi:10.3389/fmars.2014.00018July, 2014

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