Diana Lia Vullo, Ph.D.
Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento
Environmental Biotechnology to develop innovative and sustainable strategies, mediated by native microorganisms, solving problems associated with productive processes in urban and periurban areas. The studies address microbe-metal interactions for innovative biotreatments of electroplating wastewaters as well as the development of PGPR and metal nanoparticles-based biofertilizers, applicable in horticultural soils’ restoration as substitutes for agrochemicals. Dr. Vullo was member of the Executive Board of the Argentinean Society for General Microbiology (2014-2018) and co-founder of Argentinean Society for Environmental Science and Technology.