Graduated in Biomedical Sciences (2019) from the University of São Paulo. From 2016 to 2018, developed an Undergraduate research project at the Sepsis Neuroimmunology Laboratory, under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Alexandre A. Steiner, seeking to understand the role of cyclooxygenase-1 in the production of inflammatory mediators by different types of resident tissue macrophages.
As of October 2018, started a second Undergraduate research project under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Rolf Gemperli and Prof. Dr. Cristina P. Camargo at the Microsurgery Laboratory of the Department of Plastic Surgery, at USP Medical School (FMUSP). The research sought to develop and improve a scaffold derived from extracellular matrix originated from epithelial tissue, to be used for the culture of stem cells derived from adipocytes (ASCs) and fibroblasts. Since then, she has been collaborating with department projects associated with the use of the scaffold populated with stem cells or stromal vascular fraction-derived cells (SVFc) to aid wound healing (acute and chronic).
Has experience in the area of ​​Immunology, with emphasis on Cellular Immunology, and in the area of ​​Tissue Engineering.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)