Saulo L. da Silva

Federal University of São João del Rey, Brazil 0000-0002-7029-2016

Saulo Luís da Silva was born in Campinas (São Paulo/Brazil) and in 2003 he obtained his PhD degrees in Functional and Molecular Biology (Biochemistry) at the Campinas State University (Campinas/Brazil). He was a full time Professor at the Federal University of Amazonas (UFAM/Manaus). He is currently a full time professor and Researcher at the Federal University São João Del Rei where he is leader of de Protein Chemistry Research Group and trains MsC and PhD students of the Postgraduate programs of the Biotechnology and Health Sciences. Da Silva, is a researcher in Research and Productivity Program of the Ministry of Science and Technology of the Brazil (2008). His research focuses on isolation, synthesis, and determination of structure of peptides and proteins from animal toxins. Professor Da Silva has published more than 52 peer-reviewed primary researches and reviews articles in high-impact international journals about proteins and peptides from animal toxins.

Biography Updated on 5 August 2014

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