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Viviane Aparecida Guilherme Damasio

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Birthplace: Brazil

I graduated in Pharmacy in 2008 and obtained my Master's degree in Functional and Molecular Biology from the Department of Biochemistry at Unicamp, where I also completed my Ph.D.. Throughout both courses, my focus was on the development of controlled drug delivery systems with anti-inflammatory action.In addition to my academic background, I had the opportunity to work in the pharmaceutical industry, specifically in the quality control sector. This experience provided me with practical insights into industrial processes and allowed me to enhance my analytical skills.Throughout my career, I have been dedicated to developing new technologies to improve pharmaceutical products' characteristics. My academic training has provided me with a solid scientific foundation, while my industry experience has helped me understand market needs and the challenges faced in pharmaceutical production. Among the analytical techniques I am proficient in, I highlight liquid chromatography, DLS (Dynamic Light Scattering), and NTA (Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis), which are widely used in the development of new pharmaceutical products.I believe that the combination of a strong academic background and practical industry experience gives me a comprehensive perspective and the ability to significantly contribute to the advancement of pharmaceutical science and technology. I am committed to continuing my journey, seeking innovation and excellence in the pharmaceutical field, always aiming to improve patients' quality of life and promote societal health. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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