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Licia Carla da Silva Costa


Birthplace: Brazil

She holds a degree in Biological Sciences and a Masters in Genetics and Molecular Biology from the State University of Campinas. She is currently a researcher at the company Quarium, where she is developing a project based on metabolomics to establish a biochemical test for predicting the response to medication in psychiatric patients. She has 6 years of experience in areas of biochemistry related to psychiatric illnesses, in particular schizophrenia and major depression. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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FALVELLA, ANA CAROLINE BRAMBILLA; SMITH, BRADLEY JOSEPH; SILVA-COSTA, LICIA C.; VALENCA, ALINE G. F.; CRUNFLI, FERNANDA; ZUARDI, ANTONIO W.; HALLAK, JAIME E.; CRIPPA, JOSE A.; ALMEIDA, VALERIA DE; MARTINS-DE-SOUZA, DANIEL. Cannabidiol Displays Proteomic Similarities to Antipsychotics in Cuprizone-Exposed Human Oligodendrocytic Cell Line MO3.13. FRONTIERS IN MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE, v. 14, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (18/03422-7, 08/09009-2, 17/18242-1, 19/00098-7, 17/25588-1, 19/22398-2, 18/10362-0, 18/03450-0, 18/03673-0)

SILVA-COSTA, LICIA C.; GARCIA-ROSA, SHEILA; SMITH, BRADLEY J.; BALDASSO, PAULO A.; STEINER, JOHANN; MARTINS-DE-SOUZA, DANIEL. Blood plasma high abundant protein depletion unintentionally carries over 100 proteins. SEPARATION SCIENCE PLUS, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (13/08711-3, 17/25588-1, 16/07948-8, 18/03422-7, 14/10068-4, 19/05747-3)

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