Affiliate Professors

Professors, newly-graduated doctors (having graduated less than 10 years ago), working in research, education and tutoring students, always in tune with PPGFQM mission, vision and strategic objectives. Professors who are able to contribute to the creation of new lines of research, besides strengthening the already existing ones, in order to better form human resources and to qualify the Program’s scientific and technologic production. While also contributing to the insertion of PPGFQM in society, conferring the regional, national and international visibility to it.

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Manuella Lanzetti Daher de Deus

Adjunct Professor. Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro 


DirectionsAvenida Carlos Chagas Filho, 373. Prédio do CCS, bloco J/ss, sala 25, Cidade Universitária

Laboratory:Laboratory of Redox Biology (Labio RedOx)

Phone: (021) 39386733

Bio: She holds a B.S. in Nutrition at the Rio de Janeiro State University (2006), master's degree (2008), and doctor's degree (2012) in Biological Sciences (Human and Experimental Biology) at Rio de Janeiro State University. Part of doctor's degree was at Université de Rennes I, in France. She took a post-doctoral position in the area pro-learning in the Laboratory of Histocompatibility and Criopreservation (UERJ) with CAPES scholarship. She also took a post-doc in basic research in the Laboratory of Inflammation at Oswaldo Cruz Foundation - FIOCRUZ (2013), with INOVATEC scholarship, and in 2014 in the Shared Laboratory I at UFRJ Institute of Biomedical Sciences, with FAPERJ PAPD scholarship. Currently she is an Adjunct Professor in Histology in UFRJ's Laboratory of Redox Biology (Labio RedOx). She has experience in the area of lung diseases, with focus on Morphology, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology, working mainly with themes such as: lung tissue lesion, inflammatory mediators, oxidative stress, signaling pathways, antioxidants, and lung regeneration. She has been investigating the role of redox biology in obesity and associated metabolic disorders.

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