Professor Pabulo Henrique Rampelotto
Pabulo Henrique Rampelotto
is Executive Editor of
and member of the
Editorial Boards of
Microorganisms. He also
serves on the Program Committee of several world leading Conferences.
Formerly at the Federal University of Santa Maria and National Institute for Space Research, Pabulo is currently working at the Federal University of Pampa, Southern Brazil. His recent research is focused on molecular biology and genomics of microorganisms in extreme environments (especially Antarctica).
Pabulo has done extensive research on life in extreme environments, metagenomics, biotechnology, astrobiology, and on the origins and nature of life. He is best known for his leadership and eminent work as Guest Editor of several successful special issues in different fields of life science.
In recent years, he has received several invitations to publish papers, special issues and book chapters related to extremophiles, biotechnology, and astrobiology. Short biographies of him were published as chapters in several books including “Planetary Scientists” by LLC, 2010 (ISBN: 978–1242756979), “Space Advocates” by LLC Books, 2010 (ISBN: 978–1155279060), “Astrobiology” by Hephaestus Books, 2011 (ISBN: 978–1243388315), “Extremophiles” by Hephaestus Books, 2011 (ISBN: 978–1243115850), among others.
His research interests encompass different fields of science, from basic to applied research, including: biotechnology, metagenomics, next generation sequencing, molecular biology and biochemistry of microorganisms, microbial ecology, extremophiles, origins of life, astrobiology, and space science (Solar System exploration).
Most of his recent work has been dedicated to the editorial process of several scientific journals in life science and biotechnology, as well as on the organization of special issues on his fields of expertise. In his special issues, some of the most distinguished team leaders in the field have published their work, ideas and findings.
Pabulo is Guest Editor of:
- Grand Celebration: 10th Anniversary of the Human Genome Project
- Advances and New Perspectives in Marine Biotechnology
- Extremophiles and Extreme Environments
- Polar Microbiology: Recent Advances and Future Perspectives
- Biotechnological Applications of Extremophiles
- Extremophiles and Biotechnology
- Recent Advances in Space Biotechnology
- Current Biotechnology in Space
- Enzymes and Their Biotechnological Applications
- Advances and New Perspectives in Microbial Research