The first group of Brazilian researchers consists of Nayara Fernanda Barros dos Santos, who is working in the lab of Owen Pornillos, PhD, in the Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics Igor Rafael Correia Rocha, who works with Jaideep Kapur, MD, a neurologist and the director of the UVA Brain Institute and Flavio da Silva Mesquita, who works with Marie-Louise Hammarskjold, MD, PhD, and David Rekosh, PhD, in the Microbiology, Immunology and Cancer Biology. A fourth, Marcelo de Cassio Barreto de Oliveira, is scheduled to arrive in October to join the laboratory of Mark Yeager, PhD, in the Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics. And I am doing a part of my PhD here. In Brazil, I started my PhD activities working with vaccine development against bacteria, using proteins as antigens.
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