User:Ruben Fernandes

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*Ciências Químicas e das Biomoléculas - ESTSP
*Ciências Químicas e das Biomoléculas - ESTSP
*Engenharia Biomédica - ESEIG
*Engenharia Biomédica - ESEIG
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*Editorial board member: [http://www.pharmainterscience.com/index.html Int J Pharm Biomed Sci], PharmaInterScience Publisher, London, UK
 
*Porto, Portugal
*Porto, Portugal
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*Editorial board member: [http://www.pharmainterscience.com/index.html Int J Pharm Biomed Sci], PharmaInterScience Publisher, London, UK
==Education==
==Education==

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Contact Info

Ruben Fernandes

  • Instituto Politécnico do Porto
  • Ciências Químicas e das Biomoléculas - ESTSP
  • Engenharia Biomédica - ESEIG
  • Porto, Portugal
  • Editorial board member: Int J Pharm Biomed Sci, PharmaInterScience Publisher, London, UK

Education

  • 2008, PhD in Biochemistry, Genetics and Immunology (Spain)
  • 2003, BSc in Biology, FCUP
  • 1997, BSc in Pathology, ESTSP
  • (Ongoing), MD Medicine, FMUP

Teaching

Academics

  • Adjunct professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Sciences
  • MSc Coordinator (MSc in Biochemical Technology) @ ESTSP-IPP
  • Department coordinator: Biomedical Engineering @ ESEIG-IPP

BSc level

MSc level

Research

  • Principal researcher at Molecular Mechanisms of Disease group, Center of Environmental and Health Resarch, School of Allied Health Sciences (Porto, Portugal)
  • Researcher at Inflammation and Angiogenesis group, Center of Pharmacology and Chemical Pathology (U38-FCT), Faculty of Medicine (Porto, Portugal)

Research interests

  1. Human molecular genetics: obesity, diabetes and cancer
  2. Microbial molecular genetics: antimicrobial resistance

External links

  1. Página pessoal[1]


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