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Researcher at Structural Genomic Consortium (SGC), UNICAMP, since July 2015, wherein is responsible for cell-based assays in the development of protein kinase probes. Bachelor in Biology (UNESP- 2003). Worked at the company Bioactive Biopolímeros (2013-2014) wherein was researcher in Immunology. Masters in Biochemistry (UNICAMP-2005), she developed a method to purified a Protein Phosphatase from human lymphocyte membrane. She got double doctorate in Biochemistry (UNICAMP) and in Medical Sciences (UMCG), whose focus was cell signaling in cancer. PhD in Medical Sciences (University of Groningen 2011). PostDoctorate in Experimental Medicine at AMC, The Netherlands (2011) in which studied the role of protease-activated receptors (PARs 1 and 2), a type of GPCR, in skin fibrosis. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
|News published in Agência FAPESP Newsletter about the researcher|
|Chemical probe can help regulate an essential signaling pathway in cells|
One of the ways to get new medicines is to find the right targets, which are better predicted when the human biology is understood. To study human biology, tools such as genetic approaches and chemical inhibition are used to reveal the functions of a protein and together they can validate (or invalidate) a hypothetical therapeutic target. One of the protein classes that has been demonst...
Cancer is one of the most important public health problems worldwide and its worst diagnostic is metastasis. Metastasis is caused by colonization of other sites by tumor cells. The treatment options currently available are rarely able to cure metastatic cancer. What makes the metastasis treatment very challenging is the complexity of the process, which involves sequential events and dif...
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