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Graduated in Dentistry.-Santos University (1981), Master Dist. Human Comunication (Speech Phatology) by Federal University of São Paulo (1998) and Doctor in Health Sciences (Otorhynolaryngology) by Federal University of São Paulo (2002). Doctorate Sandwich (2001-2002) Forsyth-Harvard Dental School. The postdoctoral studies was concentrated in cryopreservation techniques in 2011 at Federal University of São Paulo when began the 2nd post-doctorate at UNICAMP, Chemical Engineering University. Worked as Affiliate Professor of Postgraduate in Translational Surgery at Fed. Univ. of São Paulo (UNIFESP) and currently is Associate Professor of Technological Innovation Agency of UNIFESP. Participate on projects in the area of tissue engineering of mineralized tissues, bone, cartilage and teeth and cryopreservation methods, with international partnership supported by NIH and CYTED and national, CNPq and FAPESP. Participate in the project of the National Institute of Science and Technology (INCT), Biofabris Institute, Biofabrication Institute. She has expertise in the area of Dentistry, with emphasis in Tissue Engineering, working mainly in the following subjects: tissue engineering, bioengineering, biofabrication, cryopreservation and special patient care. She is a researcher at the National Institute of Science and Technology in Biofabrication. Since 2013 she has been working at ABNT, the Brazilian Association of Technical Standards and currently she is Coordinator of the CB26: 070.03 (Biological Implants and Substitutes) ) and also is reviewer of CEE 276, Biotechnology being a participating member of TC150 / SC7 TEMPs (Tissue Engineered Medical Products) at ISO. In 2018, she was selected for the pre-acceleration process in entrepreneurship promoted by BIOSTARTUP LAB subsidized by Biominas / Interpharma being awarded. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Introduction: The anatomical and functional integrity recovery of injured tissues guarantee the survival furthermore, extensive losses treatment are challenging. Tissue Engineering is an alternative to creating new therapies using biological principles of engineering techniques which aims the production of human organs and parts replacement in vitro. A large number of viable cells are n...
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