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PGC basic science: Trending topics in basic science

Sunday September 11, 2022 - 11:00 to 12:30

Room: C1

120.1 Is immunometabolism the key?

Niels Olsen S Camara, Brazil

Full Professor
University of Sao Paulo


Graduated in Medicine from the Federal University of Ceará (1991), Master of Sciences in Medicine (Nephrology) from the Federal University of São Paulo (1997), specialization in Transplantation Immunology at the University of Tours (Diplome des Etudes Appronfodies, France, 1997-1999), PhD in Medicine (Nephrology) by the Federal University of São Paulo (2000), postdoc at Imperial College London (2000-2003) and habilitation (Livre Docencia) at the Federal University of São Paulo (Medicine) in 2006. He is currently full professor of Department of Immunology at the Institute of Biomedical Sciences  at the University of São Paulo (since 2011). Visiting Professor at the University of Tours, France in 2006. The laboratory has experience in nephrology area and in cellular and applied immunology, acting on the following topics: kidney transplantation, experimental models of acute and chronic kidney diseases, ischemia and reperfusion injury, regulatory cells and stem cells in kidney diseases. More recently, the laboratory has been studying the microbiota interface, cellular metabolism and inflammation in models of autoimmunity and allo. Full member of São Paulo Research Academy.Full member of Brazilian Academy of Sciences. CNPq 1A grantee award. Deputy Provost at the USP Graduate Office (2022-2023).

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