Melissa joined the Dehns Munich office in 2018 after finishing a post-doc in Bioinformatics at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. During her post-doc she used computational methods to assess the disease severity of patients based on their gene expression data.
Prior to this, she completed a PhD at the University of Oxford where she researched the activation of genetically engineered T cells. She has a MSci degree in Physics from Imperial College London.
Melissa has a good knowledge of Portuguese.
Melissa works with a wide variety of engineering patents including medical devices, ICT and aircraft parts and systems.
MSci Physics with Theoretical Physics (First class), Imperial College London, 2011.
PhD Systems Biology, University of Oxford, 2016. Thesis title: Systems Biology of T cell Activation