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Post-doctoral at Spanish National Research Cancer Centre - CNIO, in Madrid, Spain. Post-doc at School of Pharmacy - USP, Department of Clinical Chemistry and Toxicology (CAPES 7) PDJ-CNPq INCT (150158/2016-5). PhD by School of Pharmacy - USP, Department of Clinical Chemistry and Toxicology (CAPES 7), FAPESP (2012 - 2016). MSc degree in Human Physiology by Sociedade Brasileira de Fisiologia (SBFis), FAPEMIG (2009 - 2011). Bachelor in Biology by Universidade Federal de Alfenas Unifal-MG (2005 - 2008). Collaborated with RENAMA-CNPq-MCTI in the development of reconstructed human skins as alternative method to replacement of animal experimentation (2012 - 2015). Interested in research innovation, development of alternative methods to replacement of animal use in research. Experienced in the development of "in vitro" models: organotypic cultures and ?in vitro? reconstruction of human organs and tissues. Development of full thickness reconstructed human skin and epidermal equivalents for cytotoxicity assays for safety and efficacy of plant extracts, pharmacological/cosmetics compounds, melanoma invasion and aging of skin. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The nonenzymatic glycation of proteins (AGEs) is a common factor to the pathophysiology of a number of disorders related to aging and diseases such as diabetes mellitus (DM). The generation of AGEs products is through the reactions of non-enzymatic glycation of extracellular matrix in the dermis and have been touted as one of the factors responsible for disability and loss of elasticity...
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