Tiago Silveira-Rosa

  • Major Depression
  • antidepressants
  • neurobiological mechanisms
  • adult brain cytogenesis
  • neurophysiology
  • behaviour
  • neuroglial networks
  • brain plasticity

Tiago Silveira-Rosa is a student of Medicine at the School of Medicine, University of Minho. He is currently a PhD student in Medicine – MD/PhD Programme at ICVS, University of Minho under the supervision of Dr. Luisa Pinto, in the “Brain circuits and neuron-glia adaptations” thematic line at ICVS, whose works focus in studying the circuitry and connectivity of Hippocampal Neurons in the context of depression and antidepressant treatment. He has strong expertise in rodent models of Depression, viral vectors manipulation, fate mapping and rabies virus tracing studies.

Scientific Highlights

1 – Silveira-Rosa, T., Mateus-Pinheiro, A., Correia, J.S., Silva, J.M., Martins-Macedo, J., Araújo, B., Machado-Santos, A.R., Alves, N.D., Silva, M., Loureiro-Campos, E., Sotiropoulos, I., Bessa, J.M., Rodrigues, A.J., Sousa, N., Patrício, P.* and Pinto, L.* (2022). Suppression of adult cytogenesis in the rat brain leads to sex-differentiated disruption of the HPA axis activity. Cell Proliferation, Feb;55(2):e13165