Andreia A. Rosatella

PhD (2011) in Organic Chemistry by Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa

Post-Doctoral Fellow, iMed.ULisboa, Faculdade de Farmácia, Universidade de Lisboa

Faculdade de Farmácia, Universidade de Lisboa — Av. Prof. Gama Pinto, 1649-003 Lisboa, Portugal

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Researcher ID M-5674-2013
Group Researcher ID B-4209-2014
Scopus Author ID 34870460100

Research Interests

Andreia A. Rosatella obtained her degree in Applied Chemistry at the New University of Lisbon (2005). In 2011 she finished her Ph.D. in organic chemistry under the supervision of Professor Carlos A. M. Afonso at IST-UL. She is currently working as a postdoctoral research fellow, and her current interests are the synthesis and application of new Ionic Liquids, namely Magnetic Ionic Liquids, and different applications. She’s also involved in development of more sustainable methodologies in organic synthesis, for example in flow chemistry.

Selected Publications

Sintra TE, Nasirpour M, Siopa F, Rosatella AA, Gonçalves F, Coutinho JAP, C.A.M. Afonso CAM, Ventura SPM. Ecotoxicological evaluation of magnetic ionic liquids. Ecotox Environ Safe 2017; 143: 315-321.

Rosatella AA, Siopa F, Frade RFM, Afonso CAM. New low viscous cholinium-based magnetic ionic liquids. New J Chem 2016; 40: 3124-3129.

Santos E, Albo J, Rosatella  AA, Afonso CAM, Irabien A. Synthesis and characterization of Magnetic Ionic Liquids (MILs) for CO2 separation. J Chem Technol Biotechnol 2014; 89: 866-871.

Rosatella AA, Simeonov SP, Frade RFM, Afonso CAM. 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) as a building block platform: Biological properties, synthesis and synthetic applications. Green Chem 2011; 13: 754-793. (Top ten accessed on the web from the online version of Green Chemistry in March, April and June. It was also in the top cited Green Chemistry articles from 2011.)

Rosatella AA, Branco LC, Afonso CAM. Studies on dissolution of carbohydrates in ionic liquids and extraction from aqueous phase. Green Chem 2009, 11: 1406-1413. (Top ten accessed on the web from the online version of Green Chemistry in September 2009)