Research topic: Freeze-drying of Red Blood Cells for multiple applications.
Diana received her double Bachelor degrees in Biomedical Engineering and Science and Technology at Federal University of ABC in Brazil. In 2014, Diana worked as Research Assistant in the Department of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Cellular Medicine (Temple University, I-CTERM Lab, USA). In 2017, she completed her Master degree in Biotechnology at Federal University of ABC in Brazil. Currently, Diana carries her PhD under the supervision of Professor Gil Garnier and Dr. Rico Tabor. She is investigating new concepts of freeze-drying of red blood cells for multiple applications.