Cláudia Antunes graduated in Biochemistry in 2011 and completed her master degree in Health Sciences in 2013 by the University of Minho (Portugal). Cláudia is currently doing her PhD in Ageing and Chronic Disease under supervision of C. Joana Marques and Luísa Pinto at Life and Health Sciences Research Institute (ICVS), Braga and Rita Teodoro at Chronic Diseases Research Center(CEDOC), Lisboa. Her main interest is to understand the Role of Tet3 and DNA hydroxymethylation in brain function.
Epigenetic regulators of pluripotency and neuronal differentiation and function
Santiago M, Antunes C, Guedes M, Sousa N, Marques CJ. TET enzymes and DNA Hydroxymethylation in Neural Development and Function - How critical are they? Genomics – Special Issue “Hydroxymethylation”, 104(5):334-340 (2014).