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Diana Campos (DC) has a BSc in Biochemistry, a MSc in Molecular Oncology from the University of Porto, Portugal. During her MSc, she started to develop research interests in glycoproteomics and cancer.
She was awarded an international PhD fellowship to conduct her research in Copenhagen Center for Glycomics (University of Copenhagen) in collaboration with University of Porto. Diana benefited from her two collaborative institutions and supervisors, Prof. Henrik Clausen and Prof. Celso A. Reis, leading scientists on glycosylation and cancer research fields. She obtained a Ph.D. degree in Biomedicine in 2015. In the same year she was awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Radoslav Goldman’s team at Lombardi Cancer Centre, Georgetown University, USA, where she worked on novel analytical methods for biomarker discovery.
In 2016, Diana joined the Glycobiology in Cancer group at I3S, University of Porto, where she participated in several projects as a Researcher aiming to identify new cancer therapies based on glycan-specific drugs and antibodies.
Diana joined our group as a Postdoc in February 2022 where she is involved in service support and in establishing new projects. She will pursue her interest in glycosylation changes and disease progression. In addition, she will focus on implementing new methods for single cell proteomics.