Dr. Clemente-Napimoga is graduated in dentistry (2002) and completed her master (2004) and PhD degree (2006) in Oral Physiology at Piracicaba Dental School, University of Campinas, Brazil. Dr. Clemente-Napimoga has been working in the field of orofacial pain conditions with financial support from different agencies from Brazil. Since 2018, the Brazilian funding agency CNPq has recognited her important scientific contribution awarding with a Scientific Productivity Fellowship. Currently, Dr. Clemente-Napimoga is a Professor of Physiology Area, Dental and Medical School, Faculdade São Leopoldo Mandic (Brazil). Her research interests are in the fields of orofacial pain conditions and potential therapies for that. Her laboratory is currently investigating the interface of neuroimmune interface of inflammatory pain condition in the temporomandibular joint and new pharmacological interventions to treat TMJ pain.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)