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Larissa Schumekel Foltran

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Instituto de Química de São Carlos (IQSC)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

I am graduated in Chemistry for the University of São Paulo, and I have experience in scientific research and laboratory work. I have knowledge in chemistry, with an emphasis on several areas of expertise, such as physical chemistry, food chemistry, sustainable chemistry, quality system management and cosmetics. During graduation, I chose the Technological qualification with an emphasis on Food Chemistry, but I didn't limit myself to that. In 2019, I participated in a scientific project, financially supported by the FAPESP agency, in which I was guided by Prof. Dr. Marcelo Henrique Gelhen, from Fluorescence Group of Physical Chemistry Department of theInstitute of Chemistry of São Carlos /IQSC-USP. The core of the project was to monitor an organic reaction catalyzed in the limit of a single molecule, with application in the synthesis of fluorescent imidazole derivative, and for this, new molecules were synthesized in order to determine fluorescent properties, among others. Throughout my graduation, I took courses that helped in my education in a way that complemented my career as a chemistry and researcher, not limited to the academic area. The most recent was "Introduction to Cosmetic Chemistry", given by Prof. Drª Ana Maria Percebom, linked to the Macro&Nano Lab group, from the PUC-Rio University. Laboratory experience, organization, determination and curiosity are my strong points, being indispensable characteristics for professionals in Chemistry, on my point of view. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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