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2010 PDBEB Students
 
Ana Cristina Gregório
anaclgregorio@gmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biochemistry, University of Évora; Project Therapeutic activity of a targeted drug delivery approach on tumor metastasization, supervised by João Nuno Moreira, Sérgio Dias (Instituto Português Francisco Gentil, Lisboa & Faculdade Ciências Médicas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa) and Sérgio Simões. PhD awarded in 14th July 2016. Current position: Work contract at TREAT U - Biotechnology, Taveiro - Coimbra
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Ângela Valério Fernandes
angel.filipa.fernandes@gmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biology, UTAD-University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro; Project Therapeutic impact of targeted drug delivery to the tumour microenvironment in resistant human lung cancer, supervised by João Nuno Moreira and Sérgio Simões. PhD awarded in 19th July 2016. Current position: Scientist at Immunocore Limited, Oxford



Carla M.ª Nunes Lopes
carlanmlopes@hotmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biomedical Engineering, University of Coimbra; Project Characterization of human induced pluripotent stem cells derived from Huntington`s disease patients, supervised by Ana Cristina Rego and Luís Almeida. PhD awarded in 2nd October 2015. Current position: Postdoctoral fellow at CNC, Coimbra


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Carla Patrícia Paiva
carlapaiva@gmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biology, University of Coimbra; Project Unravelling the metabolism of human sperm, supervised by João Ramalho-Santos and Alexandra Amaral. PhD awarded in 30th July 2015. Current position: IDIBAPS August Pi i Sunyer Biomedical Research Institute, Barcelona, Spain

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Fátima Patrícia Martins
fatimapcom@hotmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biochemistry, University of Coimbra; Project Clarifying the role of altered hepatic insulin extraction in the development of insulin resistance and Type 2 diabetes, supervised by John Jones. PhD awarded in 2nd December 2014. Current position: Technician at MEDIR: Metabolic Disorders Group, CEDOC- Chronic Diseases Research Center

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Joana Domingues Vindeirinho
joana.vindeirinho@student.uc.pt

Portuguese, degree in Biology, University of Coimbra; Project Uncovering the neuroprotective role of adenosine in diabetic retinopathy, supervised by Paulo Santos and Cláudia Cavadas. PhD awarded in 21st July 2015. Current position: Postdoctoral Fellow at Rutgers University, New Jersey, Medical School, United States


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M.ª Joana Guimarães Pinto
mjoanagp@gmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Applied Biology, University of Minho; Project Role of local proteasome-mediated protein degradation in presynaptic differentiation, supervised by Ramiro Almeida and Ana Luísa Carvalho. PhD awarded in 27th November 2015. Current position: Research Fellow at CNC, Coimbra


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Pedro Azeredo Gouveia
pedro.j.a.gouveia@gmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Coimbra; Project Cardiokit, supervised by Lino Ferreira and Ricardo Neves. PhD awarded in 2nd June 2016. Current position: Research Fellow at CNC-Biotech, University of Coimbra

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Rodrigo Luiz Santos
luizsantos.rodrigo@gmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biochemistry, University of Coimbra; Project Mechanisms underlying the biology of induced pluripotency, supervised by João Ramalho-Santos and José Silva (Wellcome Trust Centre for Stem Cell Research & Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom). PhD awarded in 1st December 2014. Current position: Scientist, Cell Engineering, Horizon Discovery, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom

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Rui Manuel Benfeitas
Rui.Benfeitas@gmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biology University of Coimbra; Project Relating design and function in antioxidant protection, supervised by Armindo Salvador. PhD awarded in 9th December 2016 Current position: Postdoctoral fellow at SciLifeLab, KTH - Sweden


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Sofia Marques Ribeiro
sofia.ribeiro.m@gmail.com

Portuguese, degree in Biochemistry, University of Coimbra; Project Programming carbon substrate utilization in the brain: A role for BAD, supervised by Carlos Palmeira and Nika Danial (Department of Cancer Biology, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, United States). PhD awarded in 16th December 2016. Current position: Research Fellow at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston

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Sonya Costa
costasonya@hotmail.com

Degree in Biology, Arcadia University (Glenside, United States); Project New therapeutical targets and approaches for human African trypanosomiasis, supervised by Cláudia Cavadas and Maria Céu Sousa

 
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