She holds a bachelor's degree in Dentistry from the School of Dentistry of University of São Paulo (2002), a PhD in Science from the University of São Paulo (2007) and a postdoctoral degree from the Institute of Energy and Nuclear Research (2010). She is currently a lecturer at the Federal University of ABC (UFABC), at the Biomedical Engineering graduation course, coordinator of the postgraduate course in Biomedical Engineering at UFABC and deputy coordinator of the UFABC Multiusers Center SBC campus. She is a professor of the post-graduation courses in Biotechnocience and Biomedical Engineering at UFABC, as well as she is collaborative researcher at IPEN-CNEN/SP. She has experience in research in the area of Dentistry and Biomedical Engineering, with emphasis on biophotonics and its applications in oral hard tissues, working mainly in the following subjects: laser therapy at high and low intensities, vibrational spectroscopy, fluorescence, optical coherence tomography, and applications of these techniques, associated or not to new biomaterials, in the characterization, diagnosis and treatment of pathologies that affect oral hard tissues.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)