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Rafaela Regina Fantatto


Birthplace: Brazil

Rafaela Regina Fantatto has a bachelor's degree and a degree in Biological Sciences, a Master in Pharmaceutical Sciences with an emphasis on Microbiology and currently a PhD student in Pharmaceutical Sciences at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences of Araraquara FCFar - UNESP (concept 6) with a period held at the Completense University of Madrid. During his academic career, he interned for two years at Embrapa Pecuária Sudeste (institutional fellow and PIBIC CNPq fellow), an institution that still maintains a link and develops part of his doctoral project. It has 7 collaborative articles published in indexed journals and more than 30 abstracts presented at scientific events. During the Masters she was selected as one of the 20 Young Researchers from UNESP to participate in the Journey of Young Investigators (La Plata Argentina 2015) coordinated by AUGM, in 2016 she was selected for an internship at the Faculty of Livestock and Veterinary Sciences of the Universidad de Chile (UCHILE) financed by the Association of Universities of the Montevideo Group (AUGM), in 2017 participated in the Escuela de Invierno Doctoral in Pharmacy promoted by the Universidad de Chile (UCHILE), in the year 2018 was elected as one of the 100 leaders in Biotechnology in America Latina and participated in the Second Convention of Influential Young Biotechnologists promoted by ALLBIOTECH which took place in Guanajuato-Mexico, in 2019 she was selected for the Escuela de Verano doctoral in Biology promoted by the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile (PUC-CHILE). from the Quitsolutions team, finalist of the First Startup Acceleration Program Acelera ESALQ (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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