Pedro M. Costa

Research Lab Leader

Research Group
Assistant Professor (since 2019)
Phone number
+351 212 948 300 (ext: 11103)
Ciência Vitae

Recent publications

  • Milhinhos, M.; Costa, PM. 2020. On the Progression of COVID-19 in Portugal: A Comparative Analysis of Active Cases Using Non-linear Regression. Frontiers in Public Health, DOI: 10.3389/fpubh.2020.00495
  • Diana Madeira and Carolina Madeira and Pedro M. Costa and Catarina Vinagre and Hans-Otto Pörtner and M{\'{a. 2020. Different sensitivity to heatwaves across the life cycle of fish reflects phenotypic adaptation to environmental niche. MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, DOI: 10.1016/j.marenvres.2020.105192
  • Cunha, M; Martins, C; Grosso, AR; Costa, PM. 2019. Mytilus galloprovincialis CYP1A-like mRNAs reveal closer proximity of mytilid CYP1A to the eumetazoan CYP2 family. AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY, DOI: 10.1016/j.aquatox.2019.105260
  • Goncalves, C; Martins, M; Sobral, P; Costa, PM; Costa, MH. 2019. An assessment of the ability to ingest and excrete microplastics by filter-feeders: A case study with the Mediterranean mussel. ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION, 245, DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2018.11.038
  • Rodrigo, AP; Costa, PM. 2019. The hidden biotechnological potential of marine invertebrates: The Polychaeta case study. ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, 173, DOI: 10.1016/j.envres.2019.03.048

Main research interests

  • My current research interests are Environmental Toxicology and Marine Biotechnology. I am particularly interested in animal-produced toxins and on pollutant-induced neoplasia. Histology, histopathology and related are major technical expertise.