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Bachelor degree in Biomedical Sciences by the Federal University of Sao Paulo (2014). Master degree in Molecular Biology by the Federal University of Sao Paulo (2017). Currently doing PhD in the Department of Biochemistry and Tissue Biology, Institute of Biology, University of Campinas. Expertise in Molecular Biology with experience in genetic manipulation of nematodes to investigate the molecular mechanisms of the Aging process. Additionally, studying, using bioinformatics tools, new sncRNAs related to the regulation of lifespan in nematodes C. elegans. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Aging is one of the most significant trends of the 21st century and has worried governments around the world for its involvement in some sectors of society. Understanding how life time is controlled is necessary to propose strategies ensuring healthy aging for the population. There are many pathways involved in the control of life time of the organisms in multiple species, and between t...
In the last decade, aging of the world's population has called the attention of governmental agencies and research centers due to its great importance to society. However, it remains elusive what leads to aging and whether there are efficient ways of diminishing its deleterious effects. Therefore, advancements to better understanding the aging process are required in order to provide he...
With the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases related to aging, caloric restriction has been shown to be a promising intervention to be able to increase healthy lifespan in many species, besides preventing cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, cancer, etc. However, caloric restriction is usually an intervention which requires discipline of the individual, which makes it difficult to a...
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