Dr Ataíde is a research officer in Associate Professor Freya Fowkes’ group looking at possible immune correlates of resistance to antibiotics in falciparum malaria.
After completing his university degree in Biotechnology Engineering in 2004, in Portugal, and worked in Angola as project manager for a HIV and STD clinic becoming a research assistant at Dr Maria Mota’s malaria lab in 2005.
He conducted his PhD studies at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, Australia with Professor Stephen Rogerson.
After completion of his PhD studies in 2011 he worked as a postdoc in Edinburgh with Dr Alex Rowe and São Paulo, Brazil with Dr Claudio Marinho, where he remained for two years before joining A/P Fowkes' group.
His main research interests are the pathological, immune and epidemiological aspects of malaria with expertise in what concerns the study of serology and mechanisms of immunity and pathogenicity.
- 2014-present: Research officer, Malaria and Infectious Disease Epidemiology group, Burnet Institute
- 2012-2014: Postdoctoral Scientist, Professor Cláudio Marinho’s laboratory, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
- 2011: Postdoctoral Scientist in Professor Alex J. Rowe’s lab, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland.
- 2007-2011: Doctoral candidate enrolled at the University of Porto, Portugal. All research was conducted at the Department of Medicine of the University of Melbourne, Australia under the supervision of Prof Stephen J. Rogerson
- 2005-2006: Laboratory Technician in Prof. Maria M. Mota’s lab, Institute of Molecular Medicine, Lisbon, Portugal.
- 2004: HIV/STD clinic supervisor at the Portuguese Institute of Preventive Medicine (IPMP), an NGO in Angola, under the supervision of Dr Manuel Pedro (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Declining transmission and immunity to malaria and emerging artemisinin resistance in Thailand: A longitudinal study.
Ataíde R, Powell R, Moore K, McLean A, Phyo AP, Nair S, White M, Anderson TJ, Beeson JG, Simpson JA, Nosten F, Fowkes FJI
J Infect Dis. 2017 Sep; 216(6):723-731
- Host immunity to Plasmodium falciparum and the assessment of emerging artemisinin resistance in a multinational cohort.
Ataide R, Ashley EA, Powell R, Chan JA, Malloy MJ, O'Flaherty K, Takashima E, Langer C, Tsuboi T, Dondorp AM, Day NP, Dhorda M, Fairhurst RM, Lim P, Amaratunga C, Pukrittayakamee S, Hien TT, Htut Y, Mayxay M, Faiz MA, Beeson JG, Nosten F, Simpson JA, White NJ, Fowkes FJ
PNAS. 2017 Mar; 114(13):3515-3520
- Antibody responses to Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax and prospective risk of Plasmodium spp. infection postpartum.
McLean ARD, Boel M, McGready R, Ataide R, Drew D, Tsuboi T, James G. Beeson JG, Francois Nosten, Julie A. Simpson and Freya J. I. Fowkes
Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2017 Mar; 96(5):1197-1204
- Antibody responses to Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax blood-stage and sporozoite antigens in the postpartum period.
McLean AR, Boel ME, McGready R, Ataide R, Drew D, Tsuboi T, Beeson JG, Nosten F, Simpson JA, Fowkes FJ
Sci Rep. 2016 Aug; 6:32159
- Pathogenesis of Malarial Parasites in Humans (Book Chapter)
Caroline Lin Lin Chua, Ricardo Ataíde, Alexandra J. Umbers, and Phillipe Boeuf
In: Human Emerging and Re-emerging Infections Set. Sunit K. Singh (Editor) Wiley-Blackwell. 2016 Jan; Chapter 21:399-422
- Malaria in Pregnancy Interacts with and Alters the Angiogenic Profiles of the Placenta.
Ataíde R, Murillo O, Dombrowski JG, Souza RM, Lima FA, Lima GF, Hristov AD, Valle SC, Di Santi SM, Epiphanio S, Marinho CR
PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2015 Jun; 9(6):e0003824
- Malaria and immunity during pregnancy and postpartum: a tale of two species.
McLean ARD, Ataide R, Simpson JA, Beeson JG, Fowkes FJ
Parasitology. 2015 Mar; 142(8):999-1015
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