Elizabete Carmo-Silva| | Lancaster University
Elizabete Carmo-Silva is a Lecturer in Plant Sciences for Food Security at Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University. She received her bachelor’s degree in applied plant biology at the University of Lisbon, where she went on to earn her doctorate. Her work has been published in the Journal of Experimental Botany, Photosynthesis Research, and other publications. Elizabete is a plant physiologist and biochemist with expertise on the regulation of CO2 assimilation in response to the environment. Much of her work has focused on Rubisco properties and regulation. For the RIPE project, her role is to provide day-to-day supervision of research on characterising Rubisco properties from diverse genotypes.