Estimadas colegas, estimados colegas:

Como es de su conocimiento, la 3ra edición del International Symposium on Extreme Environments and Extremophile Organisms (ISE3O) que organiza de manera bianual la Red Latinoamericana de Extremófilos (REDLAE) debía tener lugar en noviembre 2021 en Santo Domingo, República Dominicana. Sin embargo, el comité organizador ha decidido posponer esta cita para el año entrante atendiendo a las condiciones epidemiológicas específicas en cada uno de nuestros países. La nueva cita del ISE3O será los días 21, 22 y 23 de noviembre de 2022 en  Santo Domingo (República Dominicana). Estaremos oportunamente enviando la información del programa preliminar y registro en línea. Se planea un simposio híbrido con actividades presenciales y virtuales. Agradecemos a todas y todos su disposición para consolidar los encuentros bianuales de la REDLAE, luego de México 2017 y Chile 2019, reuniones que detonaron nuevas colaboraciones, redes académicas y sinergias en temas de I+D en nuestra región.

Saludos cordiales

Comité Organizador

Altagracia Espinosa (República Dominicana)
Alfaniris Vargas (República Dominicana)
Adrián Gutiérrez (República Dominicana)
Claudia Piccini (Uruguay)
Sara Cuadros (Chile)
Nicolas Guiliani (Chile)
Ramón Batista (México)

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Dr. Antonio

Ventosa

Prokaryotic Culturomics and Metagenomics of Hypersaline environments. Current position, institution: Professor of Microbiology, Department of Microbiology and Parasitology, University of Sevilla, Spain


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Dr. Nicolás

D. Guiliani

Deciphering the molecular mechanisms involved in biofilm formation by acidophile bacteria belonging to the class Acidithiobacillia.

Full Professor, Faculty of Science, University of Chile


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Dra. Verónica

Molina

Niches and nesting of functional microbial groups in high altitude wetland ponds.

Associate Professor, Playa Ancha University, Valparaíso, Chile



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Dr. Rommel

Ramos

Bioinformatic applied to extreme environment metagenomic data: the kind of information that can be extracted.

Associate Professor. Federal University of Pará. Institute of Biological Science. Faculty of Biotechnology, Brazil



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Dr. Luiz

Henrique Rosa

Fungi in Antarctica: Diversity and biotechnological potential.

Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil



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Dra. María Antonieta

Quispe Ricalde

Exploring the microbial biodiversity of extremophiles in Peruvian Andes.

Associate Professor, Faculty of Science, National University of San Antonio Abad del Cusco, Perú



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Dra. Patrizia

Granziera

Fertile and Barren Landscapes: The Sacredness of Mother Earth.

Full-time Professor. Faculty of Arts, University of Morelos, Cuernavaca, Mexico



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Dra. Virginia Helena

Albarracín

Multi-resistant microbes and extremo-photoreceptors: a tale from the highest UV-irradiated environment on Earth.

Head of Electron Microscopy Research Center and Core Facility (CIME), UNT-CONICET. Full Professor, University of San Pablo-Tucumán. Assistant Professor, National University of Tucumán, Argentine



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Dra. Nina

Pastor Colón

The link between sequence, structure, function, and dynamics in proteins; the role of this link in adaptation to extreme conditions.

Full Professor, Cell Dynamic Research Center, University of Morelos, Cuernavaca, Mexico



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Dr. Tuo

Wang

Salinity-remodeled cell walls of halophilic fungi: Structural view of osmoprotective strategy using solid-state NMR.

Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Louisiana State University, USA



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Dr. Nina Gunde

Cimerman

From glaciers to refrigerators, from salterns to kitchens – the diverse world of poly extremophilic fungi.

Head of Molecular Genetics and Biology of Microorganisms and Head of the Infrastructural Centre Mycosmo. Full professor. Department Biology, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana. Slovenia.



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Dr. Ramón

Rosselló Mora

Culture-dependent (genomics) and -independent (metagenomics) reveal the role of the pangenome in maintaining species success under environmental perturbations.

Scientific Researcher at the Mediterránean Institute for Advanced Studies, Spain



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Dr. Andrés

Yarzábal Rodríguez

May psychrophilic bacteria help us improve agriculture in cold regions? Lessons learned from glacier microbiology.

Researcher/lecturer at the Catholic University of Cuenca, Ecuador


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Dr. Vitor

Vasconcelos

Cyanobacteria from land and sea: biodiversity and applications in the context of climate change.

Full professor at University of Porto and Director of CIIMAR, Portugal



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Dr. Vanesa

Amarelle

Microbiology of Antarctic lithobionts

Research Associate, Research Institute in Biological Sciences Clemente Estable,

Montevideo, Uruguay


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