Ana holds her PhD in Biochemistry from the Faculty of Science and Technology from Lisbon (UNL). She has worked in the T-cell differentiation and Tumor targeting Lab at Instituto de Medicina Molecular, headed by Prof. Bruno Silva-Santos, and has served as a scientific reviewer for the peer-reviewed journal Infection & Immunity.
A new study on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) provided evidence that certain areas of gray matter (GM) are disproportionately and asymmetrically vulnerable to the pathology of ALS. The study ... Read more
A recent study assessed the association between individual prescription compounds and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) risk in a population-based study in Taiwan. The study entitled “Aspirin use associated with ... Read more
A new study entitled “HDAC6 Is a Bruchpilot Deacetylase that Facilitates Neurotransmitter Release” was published in Cell Reports by Katarzyna Miskiewicz and Liya E. Jose, co-first authors of the ... Read more
The pathogenesis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is still not very well understood. A new study on the genetic origin of ALS entitled “Antisense Proline-Arginine RAN Dipeptides Linked to ... Read more