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Andréa Cristina Basso

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Birthplace: Brazil

graduation at Medicina Veterinária from Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (1998), master's at Veterinary Medicine from Universidade de São Paulo (2001) and doctorate at Veterinary Medicine from Universidade de São Paulo (2005). She has experience in Veterinary Medicine, with emphasis on In Vitro Fertilization, working mainly in the following subjects: In Vitro production of Bovine Embryos, Sheep, Goats and Equines and Cryopreservation of Bovine Embryos produced in vitro on a commercial scale. Emphasis on the development and production of culture media to improve the in vitro efficiency of embryos as well as the development of alternative tools for the use of embryos in biotechnology in general. Postdoctoral at Biotechnology Cancer Biotechnology Laboratory in the Federal University of Pelotas-RS, Oncopig Project for in vitro Development of the Biological Model for the Study of Cancer. Partner and founder of the company Salt Biotechnology Ltda, which operates in the area of personalized consulting in in vitro fertilization of mammalian embryos and in the development of research in Biotechnology in search of innovative solutions in three main areas: - Toxicology study using alternative tools such as gametes and embryos; - Development of new biomodels for the translational study of human diseases; - Development of innovative researches applying genome editing with high technology. In her work she accumulates knowledge in the development of innovative research and also in the commercial area. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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