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Guilherme Defante Telles


Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Escola de Educação Física e Esporte (EEFE)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Bachelor of Physical Education degree from Campinas State University (UNICAMP) (2011 - 2016), with 4 scientific initiation projects and a research internship at Australian Catholic University (2015), under the supervision of Professor. John A. Hawley. Master of Science from the School of Physical Education and Sport - USP, at the Strength Training Adaptation Laboratory (2017 - 2019), with a master's degree research internship at the Australian Catholic University (2018 - 2019), also under the supervision of Prof. John A. Hawley. PhD candidate at the School of Physical Education and Sport - USP, at the Laboratory of Adaptations to Strength Training, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Carlos Ugrinowitsch - project "Effects of combined training on the expression of circulating miRNAs in women with breast cancer before treatment" in collaboration with CAISM-UNICAMP. PhD research internship at Monash University (Australia), under the supervision of Prof. Mark Febbraio. Expertise lies in the fields of Physical Education, molecular biology, breast cancer, and scientific outreach/communication. I have primarily focused on the following topics: "Physical exercise and breast cancer, molecular responses to physical training, extracellular vesicles, epigenetics and physical exercise, microRNAs, communication, video recording, and science communication." (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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