Marcos Gomes | Microbial science | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Marcos Gomes, Microbial science, Best Researcher Award

Doctorate at Universidade Federal do Triângulo Mineiro Brazil


Dr. Marcos Gomes is a biologist with expertise in reproductive biology and natural sciences. He obtained his Doctorate in General Biology from the Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil, with a Sandwich Doctorate from the University of Tennessee. His doctoral research focused on the effects of botanical extracts on testicular morphology in rats subjected to physical training. Prior to his doctoral studies, Dr. Gomes completed his Master’s degree and Bachelor’s degree in Biology, both in Brazil.

Throughout his career, Dr. Gomes has conducted postdoctoral research at institutions in Brazil and the Netherlands, exploring various aspects of reproductive biology and biochemistry. He has a keen interest in the synthesis and characterization of bioactive compounds, such as arylhydrazone ligands and metal complexes, and their potential applications in flame retardancy and antimicrobial activity.

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👩‍🎓Education & Qualification:

Doctorate in General Biology

  • University: Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP), Campinas, Brazil
  • Years: 2007 – 2011
  • Advisor: Mary Anne Heidi Dolder
  • Co-advisor: Sérgio Luis Pinto da Matta
  • Scholarship: Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior

Master’s in General Biology

  • University: Universidade Federal de Viçosa (UFV), Vicosa, Brazil
  • Years: 2005 – 2007
  • Advisor: Sérgio Luis Pinto da Matta
  • Co-advisor: Tarcízio Antônio Rego de Paula
  • Scholarship: Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de Minas Gerais

Bachelor’s in Ciências Biológicas (Biological Sciences)

  • University: Universidade Federal de Viçosa (UFV), Vicosa, Brazil
  • Years: 2000 – 2004
  • Advisor: Sérgio Luis Pinto da Matta

Professional Experience:  

Dr. Marcos Gomes has a diverse and extensive professional experience, primarily focusing on academia and research. Since 2016, he has been serving as a Professor of Higher Education at the Universidade Federal do Triângulo Mineiro (UFTM), where he dedicates 40 hours per week to teaching and research. Throughout his tenure, Dr. Gomes has held various administrative positions within the university, demonstrating his leadership and organizational skills. These roles include serving as Vice-president of the COENS (Committee of Higher Education), Director of the Institute of Biological and Natural Sciences, Vice-director of the Institute of Biological and Natural Sciences, and member of several councils and committees related to research, education, and administration. Additionally, he has contributed to the academic community through his involvement in postgraduate programs and his participation in various commissions and consulting activities, such as the Committee on Ethics in Animal Use. Dr. Gomes’s professional journey reflects his commitment to advancing education, research, and academic leadership within his field.

Research Interest:

Dr. Marcos Gomes has a wide range of research interests spanning the fields of biology and natural sciences. His research focuses on topics related to reproductive biology, including the effects of botanical extracts on testicular morphology and structure in animal models. He has also conducted studies on the morphological and morphometric variations in the testicles of bullfrogs. Additionally, Dr. Gomes has explored the potential applications of various biological compounds, such as arylhydrazone ligands and metal complexes, as flame retardants and antimicrobial additives. Furthermore, his research interests extend to areas such as nano-amino acid cellulose derivatives and the synthesis of bioactive compounds with potential anticancer properties. Overall, Dr. Gomes’s research encompasses both fundamental and applied aspects of biology, with a particular focus on understanding reproductive physiology and exploring the therapeutic potential of natural and synthetic compounds.

Publication Top Noted:

Title: Euterpe oleracea (Martius) Oil Reverses Testicular Alterations Caused after Cadmium Administration

  • Authors: VGS Mouro, FCSA de Melo, ALP Martins, M de Lucca Moreira Gomes, et al.
  • Journal: Biological Trace Element Research
  • Volume: 197
  • Pages: 555-570
  • Year: 2020

Title: Heteropterys tomentosa (A. Juss.) infusion counteracts Cyclosporin a side effects on the ventral prostate

  • Authors: KM Freitas, JC Monteiro, MLM Gomes, SR Taboga, H Dolder
  • Journal: BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine
  • Volume: 13
  • Pages: 1-9
  • Year: 2013

Title: Larval ontogeny and morphology of giant trahira Hoplias lacerdae

  • Authors: MLM Gomes, SLP Matta, VA Araujo, GMF Silva, AA Zacaro
  • Journal: Journal of Fish Biology
  • Volume: 76
  • Issue: 4
  • Pages: 852-861
  • Year: 2010

Title: Cyclosporin A causes impairment of the ventral prostate tissue structure of Wistar rats

  • Authors: KM Freitas, JC Monteiro, MLM Gomes, SR Taboga, H Dolder
  • Journal: Human & Experimental Toxicology
  • Volume: 31
  • Issue: 12
  • Pages: 1262-1270
  • Year: 2012

Title: Influence of three different histological methods on the morphology and morphometrical data in human testis

  • Authors: H Chiarini Garcia, M Lima, AB Reis, R Martello, F Nihi, MLM Gomes, et al.
  • Journal: Universidad de Murcia. Departamento de Biología Celular e Histología
  • Volume: Not specified
  • Pages: Not specified
  • Year: 2017

Immunology and Microbiology

Introduction of Immunology and Microbiology:

Immunology and Microbiology research are fundamental to our understanding of the intricate world of microorganisms and the immune system’s response to them.


Investigating treatments that harness the immune system’s power to fight cancer and autoimmune diseases, including checkpoint inhibitors and CAR-T cell therapies.

Infectious Disease Immunology:

Studying the immune responses to pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, and parasites, with a focus on vaccine development and antimicrobial strategies.


Examining the genetic factors influencing immune system function and susceptibility to diseases.

Microbial Ecology:

Studying the interactions between microorganisms and their environments, including the roles of microbes in ecosystems and nutrient cycling.

Microbial Genetics:

Examining the genetic makeup and mechanisms of microorganisms, including gene regulation, horizontal gene transfer, and antibiotic resistance.


Investigating the structure, replication, and pathogenicity of viruses, as well as the development of antiviral therapies and vaccines.