Caetano has began his scientific journey as a training student at the Center for Lasers and Applications (Nuclear and Energy Research Institute) and at the Microbiology Department of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences (Univ. of Sao Paulo). In 2015, he has worked as a fellow researcher at the Wellman Center for Photomedicine (Harvard Medical School). Currently, he is a PhD candidate at the Clinical and Toxicological Analysis Department of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Univ. of Sao Paulo).
During his undergraduate years, he was the president and vice president of the International Society of Optics and Photonics (SPIE) USP-Capital student chapter. In 2016 and at the same society, he has worked as a worldwide student representative. Nowadays, he is the youngest member composing the Scientific Committee board of the World Association for Laser Therapy (WALT).
Caetano is the editor of 3 international journals and a reviewer of 6 others. In the last 5 years, he has co-authored 16 original articles in indexed international journals, 12 book chapters, and has published 8 full papers and 7 abstracts in conference proceedings. At this same period, he has received 9 scientific awards, including an honorable mention in the Brazilian Congress of Biomedical Engineering, a scholarship by SPIE and the first place as the national highlight of CNPq students in the "Scientific Training in Life Sciences" category.
Thiago's expertise is projecting. In the last 13 years he has worked for major Brazilian companies developing projects using 3D softwares. He has also extensive experience on project feasibility, product specification and manufacturing, besides supervising quality control programs.
Currently Thiago is conducting his studies at the Center for Lasers and Applications (Energy and Nuclear Research Institute, Brazil) using in vitro and mathematical models to analyze the influence of radiant exposure and irradiance covariances in the photodynamic inativation of pathogenic bacteria.
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The optical properties of mouse skin in the visible and near infrared spectral regions.
Sabino, C.P.; Deana, A.M.; Yoshimura, T.M.; da Silva, D.F.T.; França, C.M.;. Hamblin M.R.; Ribeiro, M.S.
Journal of Photochemistry & Photobiology, B: Biology,
v:160, p. 72-78, 2016.
Photobiomodulation reduces abdominal adipose tissue inflammatory infiltrate of diet-induced obese and hyperglycemic mice.
Yoshimura, TM; Sabino, C.P.; Ribeiro MS.
J Biophotonics, 9(11-12):1255-1262, 2016Go to journal