School of Veterinary Medicine and Science
   
   
  

Grazieli Maboni

Email: 

svxgm1@nottingham.ac.uk

Room:

B32

Biography:

I graduated with a degree in Veterinary Medicine, Federal University of Santa Maria (Brazil) in 2011. During my vet school course I worked as a technician for 5 years on bacteriology/mycology research and diagnosis and I received training in microbiology diagnosis in the University of Georgia, USA (6 months).  I obtained a master degree in Veterinary Medicine in the field of Infectious Diseases with a project focused on Antimicrobial Resistance (2013).  I have a particular interest for education and teaching and in 2015, I obtained an Associate Fellowship in the Higher Education Academy (UK). 

My areas of interest are general Veterinary Microbiology/Immunology, Diagnosis of Animal Infectious Diseases, Antimicrobial Resistance and Host-pathogen Interactions.

Degree Registration:

Full time PhD student

School Research Theme: 

Animal Infection and Immunity

Research Topic: 

Defining the mechanisms of inflammation that underline the pathogenesis of ovine footrot.

Research Supervisors:

Dr Sabine Totemeyer (School of Veterinary Medicine & Science)

Professor Richard  Emes (School of Veterinary Medicine & Science)

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals:

  • MABONI, GRAZIELI; FROSTH, S.; ASPAN, A.; TOTEMEYER, S. Ovine footrot: new insights into bacterial colonisation. Veterinary Record, doi: 10.1136/vr.103610, 2016. 
  • MABONI, GRAZIELI; GRESSLER, L. T.; ESPINDOLA, J. P.; SCHWAB, M.; TASCA, C.; POTTER, L.; VARGAS, A. C. Differences in the antimicrobial susceptibility profiles of Moraxella bovis, M. bovoculi and M. ovis. Brazilian Journal of Microbiology, v. 46, p. 545-549, 2015.
  • FARIAS, L.; MABONI, GRAZIELI; MATTER, L.; SCHERER, C. C.; LIBARDONI, F.; VARGAS, A. C. Phylogenetic analysis and genetic diversity of 3` region of rtxA gene from geographically diverse strains of Moraxella bovis, Moraxella bovoculi and Moraxella ovis. Veterinary Microbiology, v.178, p.283-287, 2015. 
  • CAVALHEIRO, A.; MABONI, GRAZIELI ; AZEVEDO, M.; ARGENTA, J.; PEREIRA, D.; SPADER, T.B.; ALVES, S.; SANTURIO, J. In vitro activity of terbinafine combined with caspofungin and azoles against Pythium insidiosum. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, v. 53, p. 2136-2138, 2009.
  • KOWALSKI, A.; MABONI, GRAZIELI ; ESPINDOLA, J. P.; FOLETTO, A.; BANDEIRA JUNIOR, G.; PÖTTER, L.; BOTTON, S.; VARGAS, A. C. Temporal profile of antimicrobial resistance exhibited by strains of Staphylococcus spp. isolated from cases of bovine mastitis for 20 years (1992-2011). Ciência Rural, doi/10.1590/0103-8478cr20140928. 
  • WARREN, J.; OWEN, R.; GLANVILL, A.; FRANCIS, A.; MABONI, GRAZIELI; NOVA, R. J.; WAPENAAR, W.; REES, C.; TOTEMEYER, S. A new bovine conjunctiva model shows that Listeria monocytogenes invasion is associated with lysozyme resistance. Veterinary Microbiology, v. 179, p.76-81, 2015. 
  • TARLINTON, R.; ALDER, L.; MORETON, J.; MABONI, GRAZIELI; EMES, R.; TÖTEMEYER RNA expression of TLR10 in normal equine tissues. BMC Research Notes, 9:353, 2016.
  • ARGENTA, J.; ALVES, S. H.; SILVEIRA, F.; MABONI, GRAZIELI; ZANETTE, R.; CAVALHEIRO, A.; PEREIRA, P. L.; PEREIRA, D.; SALLIS, E.; SANTURIO, J.; FERREIRA, L. In vitro and in vivo susceptibility of two-drug and three-drug combinations of Terbinafine, Itraconazole, Caspofungin, Ibuprofen and Fluvastatin against Pythium insidiosum. Veterinary Microbiology, v. 1, p. 1-18, 2012. 
  • ARGENTA, J.; ALVES, S.; SILVEIRA, F.; MABONI, GRAZIELI; PEREIRA, D.; SPANAMBERG, A. In vitro paradoxical growth of Pythium insidiosum in the presence of Caspofungin. Veterinary Microbiology, v.1, p. 1-5, 2010. 
  • BACH, B.; LEAL, D.; RUCHEL, J.; SOUZA, V.; MABONI, GRAZIELI; POZZO, M. D.; SCHLEMMER, K. B.; ALVES, S.; SANTURIO, J. Immunotherapy for pythiosis: Effect on NTPDase activity in lymphocytes of an experimental model. Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy, p. 718-722, 2010. 
  • SILVA, A. P.; SCHMIDT, C.; VARGAS, A. C.; MABONI, GRAZIELI ; RAMPELOTTO, C.; SCHWAB, MARCELO L. ; ESCOBAR, T. P. ; AMARAL, A. Antimicrobial susceptibility of Staphylococcus spp. isolated from canine superficial pyoderma. Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira, v. 34, p. 355-361, 2014. 
  • SANTURIO, D. F.; MATIUZZI, M.; MABONI, GRAZIELI; CAVALHEIRO, C.; POZZO, M. D.; ALVES, Sydney Hartz. Antimicrobial activity of spice essential oils against Escherichia coli strains isolated from poultry and cattle.  Ciência Rural, v. 41, p. 1051-1056, 2011. 
 

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