PTT | Team Members

Ana Sofia Fernandes
Coordinator

PhD in Pharmacy (specialty of Toxicology).

She is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology at Universidade Lusófona.

Her main research interest is the potential therapeutic role of redox-active molecules, especially in the context of breast cancer treatment.

She has several communications and publications, three international award and a national Honor.

PhD Integrated Members


L. Monteiro Rodrigues
General Director

MSc, PhD in Human Physiology, he’s the founder and Director of CBIOS.

He is the Director of the School of Health Sciences and Technologies and of the MSc in Pharmaceutical Sciences (Univ. Lusófona).

Academic, mostly dedicated to skin physiology and pathophysiology research specially focusing quantification of skin properties, mathematical modeling of cutaneous variables, safety and efficacy trials.

He has published more than 350 papers related with his interest areas.

He is the founder and President of the Portuguese Society of Cosmetological Sciences (SPCC).


Nuno Saraiva

Lecturer in virology, cell and molecular biology at ECTS – ULHT, where he also develops his research projects as a member of CBiOS.

Nuno is an MSc in microbiology and molecular biology (from FC, Lisbon University), and a PhD in virology and cell biology (from Imperial College, London).

His main research interest is tumorigenesis, focusing on the molecular mechanisms underlying metastization. Nuno has published work in molecular virology, apoptosis, Ca2+ homeostasis, membrane proteins, cell migration and adhesion.


Margarida Alves

Professor of Molecular Biology at Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária – Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias.

Graduated in Applied Chemistry / Biotechnology (FCT-UNL), MSc in Medical Parasitology (IHMT-UNL), PhD in Biomedical Sciences (UNL).

She is author of several publications and communications in international and national peer-reviewed journals and meetings.

Her principal interests are cancer molecular genetics, mainly canine lymphoma and mammary tumours, and molecular detection of vector-borne agents.


Maria Lídia Palma

PhD in Biomedicine.

She is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacology and Biochemistry at Universidade Lusófona.

Her main research interest is nutrition and skin physiology

She is member of the Portuguese Society of Cosmetological Sciences (SPCC) and Portuguese Society of Phytotherapy and Phytochemistry (SPFito).

She has several communications and publications.


Henrique Silva

PhD in Health Sciences, Assistant Professor at U Lusófona (School of Health Sciences & Technologies).

Microcirculation is his main research area, from the development of physiological models to study its normal function and adaptation mechanisms, to the mathematical modelling of related quantitative descriptors.

The non-invasive assessment of skin properties, within the so called experimental dermatology are also within his scope.

His results have been presented in many communications around the world and published in international peer-reviewed journals.


PhD Collaborators

  • David Ferreira
  • Liliana Mendes
  • João Requicha

PhD Students

  • João Costa
  • Raquel Rodrigues dos Santos
  • Rogério Nunes
  • Clemente Rocha
  • Ana Catarina Florido
  • Beatriz Edra