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Education, Honors & Awards
Ph.D degree, Cell/Cellular and Molecular Biology - Trent University, 2011 – 2014; Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) with specialization in Health Sciences, Cell/Cellular and Molecular Biology, biomedical sciences - Trent University, 2008 – 2011; Vaccines - University of Pennsylvania
Andressa is fluent in five languages, being Brazilian Portuguese, English, Spanish, French and Italian. Andressa was a speaker at the World Water Conference. Her research at Trent University is shedding light on why mutations of LITAF protein cause the genetic Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. Because of the advanced level of her research, she was recently converted to the PhD Environmental and Life Sciences program. She is also currently working on the Euglena Based Biofiler, first established in April 2013, and has published numerous research articles.
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