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2008 PDBEB Students
 
Ana Sofia Rodrigues
asjrodrigues@hotmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biology, University of Coimbra; Project Role of metabolism and mitochondria in stem cell function, supervised by João Ramalho-Santos. PhD awarded in 13th February 2014. Current position: Postdoctoral Fellow at CNC-UC, Coimbra.

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Beatriz Lacerda Sousa
beatrizlacerda616@hotmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biology, University of Coimbra; Project Transcriptional regulation of stem cell pluripotency, supervised by Miguel Ramalho-Santos (University of California, San Francisco, United States) and João Ramalho-Santos.

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Carlos Guedes de Melo
cgmelo@gmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biology, University of Porto; Project The role of RNA-binding proteins in cancer, supervised by Celeste Lopes and Reuven Agami (Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands).

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Carolina Paiva Coelho
carolinaipcoelho@gmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Porto; Project Vesicular transport in Cryptococcus neoformans and its role in pathogenesis, supervised by Teresa Gonçalves and Arturo Casadevall (Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Bronx, New York, United States). PhD awarded in 6th September 2013.

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Diana Margarida Carvalho
carvalho.dmm@gmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biology, University of Minho; Project Identification of intragenic copy number alterations and fusion genes in pediatric glioblastoma, supervised by Celeste Lopes, Rui Reis (School of Engineering of University of Minho) and Chris Jones, (Institute of Cancer Research, Sutton, United Kingdom). PhD awarded in 20th February 2015. Current position: Postdoctoral Fellow at UCL Cancer Institute, University College London, United Kingdom.

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Joana Santos Barbosa
tijoana.ba@gmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biology, University of Minho; Project Imaging of adult neural stem cells in healthy and injured zebrafish forebrain in vivo, supervised by João Malva and Magdalena Gotz (Institute of Stem Cell Research, Munich, Germany).

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Marco Filipe Craveiro
craveiro_marco@yahoo.com.br

Portuguese, degree in Biochemistry, University of Coimbra; Project IL-7 role in the metabolism and fate of thymocytes and CD4+T cells and subsequent effects in the HIV-1 infection process, supervised by Conceição Pedroso Lima and Naomi Taylor (IGMM-Institute of Molecular Genetics of Montpellier, Montpellier, France). PhD awarded in 13th February 2014.

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Pedro Réu Carvalho
pedro_bio85@hotmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biology, University of Coimbra; Project Neurogenesis in the adult human brain access by 14C dating and cell lineage reconstruction, supervised by João Malva and Jonas Frisén (CMB-Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden (http://ki.se/en/cmb/jonas-frisens-group).

Renata Mota Gomes
rsm.gomes@ucl.ac.uk

Portuguese, degree in Medical Sciences, University of Bradford, United Kingdom; Project Nano-materials for stem cell tracking and labeling for myocardial regeneration, supervised by Lino Ferreira, Rui Carvalho and John Francis Martin (University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom. PhD awarded in 23rd December 2013. Current position: Research Associate at Cardiovascular Division, King´s College London, London, United Kingdom.
Research group: http://www.vascular-proteomics.com/group/rgomes.php


Samira Cardoso Ferreira
carsamira@gmail.com

Degree in Biochemistry, University of Coimbra; Project Investigating the neuromodulator role of the pre-synaptic cannabinoid receptors in the input terminals of the dorsolateral striatum, supervised by Attila Kofalvi and Rodrigo Cunha. PhD awarded in 20th December 2012
Current position: Postdoctoral Fellow at CNC-UC, Coimbra.

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Sílvia Viana Silva
silvia_silva7@hotmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biology, University of Coimbra; Project Alteration of hippocampal synaptic function and plasticity in models of Alzheimer´s Disease, supervised by Rodrigo Cunha and Christophe Mulle (Institut interdisciplinaire de Neurosciences, Université Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France). Current position: Postdoctoral Fellow at Department of Neurosciences San Diego, University of California, California, United States.

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