Assistant Professor at the College of Biotechnology of the Portuguese Catholic University and Researcher of CBQF (Fine Chemistry and Biotechnology Centre) (2006 – present). He got his B.Sc. degree in Biology (Scientific-Technological branch) from the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Porto in 1988 and his Ph.D. degree in Biotechnology (Microbiology) from the Portuguese Catholic University in 1996. He was coordinator of the Inovation and Technology Center of the College of Biotechnology Industry Association and Assessor for this same institution (1998-2005). His research interests are focused on food science and microbiology, specially wine. He published several papers in refereed international journals and has participated in several professional meetings and international congresses. He coordinated 8 and contributed to other 16 externally funded research and development projects. He coordinates academic teaching programmes from undergraduate degrees to doctoral studies: master's degree in Applied Microbiology (ESB-UCP) since 2007; post-graduation on enology (ESB-UCP) since 2017; member of the coordination team of the Doctoral Program in Enology and Viticulture (ESB-UCP and UTAD) since 2014.
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