I envision a world with less inequality in the health care system. Technology empowered by science is key. I've been working as a clinical research scientist and technology architect for the past 5 years. I am currently supported by São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) to do my Ph.D. at UFSCar. I?ve been working with clinical trials in the osteoarthritis field. I also have experience developing other types of studies such as systematic reviews, case-control, reliability, and validity studies. In 2018, FAPESP awarded me with a Research Internship Abroad (BEPE) program which allowed me to go to Tufts Medical Center, in Boston. Over there, as a Research Fellow and Mobile Health Architect in the Rheumatology Division, I and the team developed technology for clinical research focused on extracting smartphone sensor data for motion tracking and automation of physical function tests used in clinical research. Due to its impact and high scalability, our technology was awarded an NIH funded pilot studies grant. Currently, I am working on bringing new knowledge to Brazil, where I am determined to improve rehabilitation, research, and the health care system. I am collaborating with worldwide leading research groups on the field of Rheumatology and Rehabilitation. These groups are helping me with my mission, and to improve my scientific and personal skills. I am opened to collaborate with scientists and companies interested in clinical trials or mobile health technologies. Technology empowered by science will shape a better future for underdeveloped countries. Research specialty: Osteoarthritis, rehabilitation, mobile health technologies.
(Fonte: Currículo Lattes)