Bruno S. Lemos
Center for Molecular Oncology
Research currently in human nutritional sciences and colorectal cancer prevention, and responsible for conducting and managing clinical trials at UConn Health. Past research experience in inflammatory bowel disease animal model and therapeutic agents in mediating inflammation resolution in an pharmaceutical industry setting, as well as cholesterol metabolism, lipoproteins functionality, nutritional biochemistry, atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease risk, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Worked for Cooking Matter as a program assistant teaching a class for low income Fathers, partnered with Dr. Amy Mobley, former professor at UConn.
Background in nutritional biochemistry and related topics, specially macronutrients metabolism, molecular and cellular biology, and analytical chemistry, cellular and molecular biology, molecular oncology, project management and execution, protocol troubleshooting and optimization, clinical trials coordinator and management, animal and cellular research models, data analyses, team leadership and scientific communication.
Doctorate’s degree in Nutritional Sciences, 2019, University of Connecticut
Master’s degree in Nutritional Sciences, 2018, University of Connecticut
Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry, 2014, Federal University of Sao Joao Del Rei
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