Master student in Sciences - Toxinology at the Pain and Signaling Laboratory of the Butantan Institute and tutor in the Mirim Bioscientist Extension Project (ICB / USP). Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences at Ribeirão Preto Medical School - University of São Paulo. She was an intern researcher at the Pain and Signaling Laboratory of the Butantan Institute as a Technological Innovation fellow - PIBITI / CNPq (2018-2020) and a visiting intern at the Department of Chemistry and System Biology at Stanford University, California, United States (2020); Member of the Board of Projects, Research and Development and President of Sirius Biotecnology Jr. (2016-2018) and Co-Founder of Startup HandTalker (2017); Experience in Bioinformatics at the Molecular Genetics and Bioinformatics Laboratory of the National Institute of Science and Technology in Stem Cells at the Ribeirão Preto Blood Center as a PUB-USP fellow (2016-2018). Studied License Degree in Biological Sciences at the Federal University of São Carlos - Campus Sorocaba, Brazil (2012) in which she was vice-student representative (2013-2014), tutor for the Educational Residence program of the São Paulo State Department of Education (2013) and was Capes/CNPq fellow with Prize for the Young Talents for Science Program with a nanotechnology research project focused on the use of vegetable fiber residues (2012-2014). She was also a CAPES-Science without Borders fellow at Washington and Jefferson College, Pennsylvania, United States (2014) where she also did a summer internship at Mclean Hospital - Harvard Medical School, at the Integrative Neurobiology Laboratory, Massachusetts, United States (2015). She has a degree in English from the Richard Hugh Fisk Foundation, São Paulo, Brazil (2009-2012) and from the Language Institute of Washington and Jefferson College, Pennsylvania, United States (2014).
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)