Ana Cláudia Ribeiro finished her studies in Molecular Biotechnology (Bioengineering MSc Degree) from Porto Engineering School (FEUP) in 2013. After, finishing her academic career, she integrated the Glycobiology in Cancer research group at ipatimup for 2 years.
Since October 2015, she has been working at Institute of Public Health of University of Porto, addressing the implementation of a new birth cohort of children including singletons and twins. Currently, she is a PhD student at the FCT PhD program in Global Public Health, awarded with a scholarship (PD/BD/135925/2018).
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