What is your current role? Tell us a bit about your research

Master’s student in Experimental Psychology at the Institute of Psychology, University of São Paulo (IP-USP), currently pursuing an MBA in Data Science and Analytics at USP/Esalq, specializing in Health Audit and Compliance at São Camilo University Center, bachelor’s degree in Nursing from the University Center of the Americas. Member of the NBS (No-Budget Science) research group focusing on the development of extra-academic skills (soft skills and hard skills) in doctoral students and graduates, participant in the Brazilian Reproducibility Network (BRRN), member of the CIBA (Ibero-American Center) linked to the José Bonifácio Chair, focusing on research into cooperation between Europe and Latin America in times of global polarization, and participant in FORRT (Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training).

Why did you choose to participate in the ASAPbio Fellows program?

I have a keen interest in open science initiatives and study reproducibility. Currently, I am working as a paper reviewer in the clinical neurology field and intend to continue on this path for a multidisciplinary method analysis, considering my background in data science.

What are you excited about in science communication?

One of the goals of science and scientists is to disseminate the knowledge generated in academia back to the population. Therefore, I hope to acquire more skills to convey this information and promote a more democratic approach to doing science.

Ask me about….

I read detective fiction, utopian literature, as well as classics from Brazilian, Russian, English, and French literature. I enjoy drawing and painting artwork and writing texts with the intention of eventually releasing them as chronicles or graphic novels in the future.

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