Gama:Lab Members

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  • Group leader

Margarida Gama-Carvalho

  • Researchers

Francisco Pinto (Assistant professor)

  • Post-doctoral fellows

Andreia J. Amaral

Christian G Ramos

Vânia Gonçalves (as co-advisor)


  • PhD Students

Daniel Olivença (BioSys 2013)

Hugo Santos (BioSys 2013)

Nuno Domingues (BioSys 2014)

Paulo Costa (BioSys 2013, as co-advisor)

Sara F. Fernandes
(co-advisory with Dr. Leonor Saúde IMM/FML)


  • MSc Students

João Sá (Neurosciences)

Marina Luque

Tiago Oliveira (Bioinformatics and Computational Biology)


  • Visiting Students

Celma Muniz. 2nd year interchange PhD student of the Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Brasil.


  • Undergrad Students

Sebastião Almeida (Biochemistry finalist @ FCUL)

Ágata Carreira (Biochemistry finalist @ FCUL)


  • Former group members

Jorge Andrade
(presently research associate @ the Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research, Germany)

Isabel Peixeiro

Ana Matos
(presently graduate student @ the BioSys PhD program, BioFIG, University of Lisbon, Portugal)

Ana Miguel Fernandes
(presently graduate student @ the Max-Delbrück-Centrum für Molekulare Medizin, Berlin, Germany)

Ana Luisa Gomes (MSc in Molecular Biology, FCUL)
(presently graduate student @ the Hansen group, Biotech Research and Inovation Center, University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

Mariana Oliveira (MSc in Biochemistry, FCUL)
(presently graduate student @ the Institute of Molecular Medicine, UL)

Ana Isabel Pinheiro (MSc in Cell Biology & Biotech, FCUL)
(presently student in Science Communication)

Francisco Brito

  • Short term students and visitors

Erasmus students

Laura do Souto MSc in Bioinformatics, University of Rouen, France


Trainees

Marta Nabais
(presently MSc student in the Neurasmus program)

Luana Guerra
(presently MSc student in Molecular Biology and Genetics in Heidelberg, Germany)

Beatriz Quaresma

(presently MD student @ the Faculty of Medicine, University of Lisbon)
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