Nature lover. Adventure Time addicted. Seasonal vegetarian. Photoshop danger. Raisins hater.
Lucas Cardozo is an PhD student at University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, in the Institute of Biosciences. Joined the Computational Systems Biology Laboratory in 2014, when he started to learn computational programming. He worked with expression analysis in different kinds of biological contexts, in particular with the attenuated Schistosoma mansoni cercarie vaccine in mice, which was the focus of his Scientific Initiation project. He is interested in apply computational methods together with graph theory in order to understand biological systems response under different conditions. Has experience with R, Python, Perl and a bit with C.[OT] Loves visual/graphic stuff. From data visualization to video/photo edition. [/OT] Still called crazy by biologists for choosing the tough path of bioinformatics.
Publications with us:
Oliveira ÉA, Lima DS, Cardozo LE, Souza GF, de Souza N, Alves-Fernandes DK, Faião-Flores F, Quincoces JAP, Barros SBM, Nakaya HI, Monteiro G, Maria-Engler SS. Toxicogenomic and bioinformatics platforms to identify key molecular mechanisms of a curcumin-analogue DM-1 toxicity in melanoma cells. Pharmacol Res. 2017 Nov;125(Pt B):178-187