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Fernanda Crunfli

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Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Instituto de Biologia (IB)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Dr. Fernanda Crunfli received her bachelor's degree in Biomedicine (2011) and a Master's degree in Neurosciences and Behavior by the Biosciences program applied to Health by the Federal University of Alfenas (2013). Ph.D. in Sciences (Human Physiology) from the University of São Paulo (2013-2017) with internship period at Francisco de Vitoria University in Madrid, Spain (2017) in the laboratory of Endocannabinoids and Neuroinflammation headed by Dr. Julián Romero. She was a postdoctoral fellow with the FAEPA scholarship in the Department of Pharmacology at the Medical School of Ribeirão Preto - University of São Paulo (FMRP/USP, 2018-2019). Dr. Fernanda Crunfli, has experience in Neuroscience and Neurophysiology, investigating the cannabinoid system participation in neurodegenerative diseases, specially in Alzheimer's disease, and its underlying intracellular mechanisms. Has experience in techniques used for the development of in vitro and in vivo neurodegeneration models, and evaluation of the therapeutic potential of neuroprotective drugs. It acts in the themes: modulation of the canabinoid system, neurodegenerative diseases, neuronal metabolism and neuroinflammatory processes. (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)

ANTUNES, ANDRE S. L. M.; SAIA-CEREDA, VERONICA M.; CRUNFLI, FERNANDA; MARTINS-DE-SOUZA, DANIEL. 14-3-3 proteins at the crossroads of neurodevelopment and schizophrenia. WORLD JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (19/22398-2, 16/07332-7)

SEABRA, GABRIELA; DE ALMEIDA, VALERIA; REIS-DE-OLIVEIRA, GUILHERME; CRUNFLI, FERNANDA; LEAO MARCELO ANTUNES, ANDRE SARAIVA; MARTINS-DE-SOUZA, DANIEL. Ubiquitin-proteasome system, lipid metabolism and DNA damage repair are triggered by antipsychotic medication in human oligodendrocytes: implications in schizophrenia. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, v. 10, n. 1, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (19/22398-2, 17/25588-1, 14/10068-4, 17/18242-1, 19/03271-1, 19/00098-7, 18/03673-0)

GOUVEA-JUNQUEIRA, DANIELLE; FALVELLA, ANA CAROLINE BRAMBILLA; ANTUNES, ANDRE SARAIVA LEAO MARCELO; SEABRA, GABRIELA; BRANDAO-TELES, CAROLINE; MARTINS-DE-SOUZA, DANIEL; CRUNFLI, FERNANDA. Novel Treatment Strategies Targeting Myelin and Oligodendrocyte Dysfunction in Schizophrenia. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHIATRY, v. 11, . Web of Science Citations: 1. (18/03673-0, 18/25439-9, 18/10362-0, 17/25055-3, 17/25588-1, 19/22398-2)

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