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João’s education

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2009 – 2014 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) (previous to Bologna Process)
Biochemistry, specialization in Structural Biophysics
Awarded Unanimously with Distinctions and Honours
University of Coimbra, Portugal.

2004 – 2008 Licentiate in Biochemistry (previous to Bologna Process)
University of Coimbra, Portugal.

Courses and workshops attended

2019 · Academic Writing in English. Series of workshops and classes, School of Graduate Studies, University of Toronto, Canada.

2017 · Environmental Omics Integration & Modelling, International Workshop, Cosmo Caixa, Barcelona, Spain.

2017 · CECAM Workshop: “Disordered protein segments: revisiting the structure-function paradigm. Paris, France.

2015 · Python for Scientists. University of Barcelona, Spain.

2015 · Advanced Isotopic Labelling Methods for Integrated Structural Biology, AILM2015, International Workshop, IBS-Grenoble, France.

2014 · Communication and Scientific Culture. Campus Gutenberg, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain.

2014 · Iniciació a la utilizació dels equips de RMN, Varian en mode automàtic. University of Barcelona, Spain.

2013 · Advanced methods for the investigation of other structural data with NMR data. CERM, University of Florence, Italy.

2012 · Principles and rules for security and accident prevention in CERM’s laboratories. CERM, University of Florence, Italy.

2012 · Learn to Program: The Fundamentals., University of Toronto, Canada.

2012 · Introduction to the Python Programming language. V Edition. CEV – University of Granada, Spain.

2012 · Writing in Sciences. – Standford University, USA.

2009 · Biomedical Magnetic Resonance: Molecular Imaging and Metabolism. Center for Neuroscience and Cell Biology PDBEB Program, Portugal.

2007 · 7th Short Course of the Portuguese Biophysical Society – Biospectroscopy and Imaging. Portuguese Biophysical Society, Portugal.

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