Ana holds her PhD in Biochemistry from the Faculty of Science and Technology from Lisbon (UNL). She has worked in the T-cell differentiation and Tumor targeting Lab at Instituto de Medicina Molecular, headed by Prof. Bruno Silva-Santos, and has served as a scientific reviewer for the peer-reviewed journal Infection & Immunity.
A recent epidemiological study showed a high incidence of sarcoidosis among firefighters and emergency medical service (EMS) workers who took part in recovery and rescue efforts following the 9/11 ... Read more
A recent case report supports the theory that inhibiting a molecular pathway called programmed cell death-1 (PD-1) may involve processes that lead to sarcoidosis in some cancer patients. The study, “Nivolumab-related cutaneous sarcoidosis ... Read more
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