Juliana Monteiro holds a Master's degree in Environmental Engineering (UA), currently she is coordinating at Research and Innovation Accelerator (RIA) of FCT NOVA. She has 5 years of experience in supporting national and international R&I projects, both in the strategic area of proposals preparation and also in legal and financial matters, and her experience is consolidated by her experience as a National Contact Point (NCP) during the 7ºFP and H2020 in the area of "Climate Action, Environment, Efficiency of Resources and Raw Materials," Marie Curie Actions ". In the RIA, she also performs functions of identifying and disseminating competitive financing opportunities and specialized support in the preparation of applications for projects R&I, at institutional and individual level. Strategic support in the valorization of FCT NOVA's knowledge, through applications for R&I projects, negotiation and contractualization of projects.
Marta is the Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property Officer, supporting NOVA.id.FCT and FCT NOVA scientific community in the valorization of knowledge and technology, acting at the interface between Industry and Academy, both in terms of Industrial Property protection and Technology Transfer. With a Biology background, Marta holds an MSc in Marine Coastal Sciences (UA) and a PhD in Bioengineering Systems from the MIT-PT PhD Program (NOVA). Previously she has been a researcher with a 12-year career dedicated to applied research in marine and health sciences and biotech, developed at national and international institutions, from the academy, public and private sectors. Taking advantage of her scientific knowledge, industry insights and training in Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer (INPI, EPO, IPR Helpdesk), Marta mediates the interface Academy-Industry.