Ana Paula Mendonça is a researcher with a PhD in biochemical sciences and over 10 years of experience in energy metabolism, cell biology, neuroscience and cancer. Ana has done research work in Germany, in her native Brazil and in Italy, where she is currently an MSCA fellow at the University of Padua. MSCA is short for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, the European Union’s flagship funding programme for doctoral education and postdoctoral training of researchers. Ana was a guest researcher at the Centre for Biomolecular Interactions at the University of Bremen (Germany) before moving to Padua. We caught up with Ana to discuss scientific innovation and the role of the physical/built environment.
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Interview with Ana Paula Mendonça, post-doctoral researcher
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