👨🏫 Dr. Mylene Monteiro an Dr at University of Brasília and Research, Department of Oral Histopathology, stands as a distinguished Academician/Research Scholar in the domain of Brazil. Holding a Ph.D on Cellular and Molecular Biology, Dep. of Biology, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy.their professional journey exemplifies dedication and expertise. 📚
🌐 Professional Profiles:
Universidade de Brasília, located in Brasilia, DF, BR, is a prominent institution known for its academic excellence and diverse programs. Established in 1962, she has played a vital role in shaping the educational landscape in Brazil’s capital. With a commitment to fostering intellectual growth and innovation, she has been a hub for students seeking high-quality education. The university boasts a multicultural environment, attracting students and faculty from various backgrounds. Known for her research contributions and commitment to social development, she continues to be a leading force in higher education, offering a range of disciplines and opportunities for aspiring scholars.
💼Skills and Experience:
Graduated with a degree in Dentistry from the University of Brasilia (CRODF 13064), followed by the completion of a Master’s in Health Sciences at the University of Brasília. Further academic pursuits included the study of Digital Marketing at Udemy, complemented by an internship in this domain at a dental clinic. Contributed to a scientific initiation project in the fields of Periodontics and Dentistry within the University of Brasília. Subsequently, obtained postgraduate qualifications in Hospital Dentistry from the Albert Einstein Israelite Institute (IIEP) and in Prosthetic Dentistry from ABO – Goiás. Demonstrated versatility in professional environments, having worked in both hospital and dental clinic settings, with a specialized focus on patients experiencing systemic compromise, oncological conditions, and COVID-related concerns. A distinguished recipient of a CAPES scholarship, she is currently dedicated to pursuing a Ph.D. in the Graduate Program in Health Sciences at the University of Brasília. Possessing expertise in Stomatology and Oral Pathology, she holds certification in laser therapy from the IIEP. Her research endeavors revolve around the modulation of the PI3K-pathway, addressing aspects related to tissue repair, squamous cell carcinomas, oral mucositis, and osteoradionecrosis. Her extensive experience encompasses proficiency in cell culture techniques, photobiomodulation, and the application of biostatistical methodologies.
- Critical appraisal tools used in systematic reviews of in vitro cell culture studies: A methodological study
Effects of different photobiomodulation therapy doses on cell viability after bacterial and ionizing radiation–induced stress: a pilot in vitro study