He is currently Master and PhD student of the Pharmaceutical Sciences program at the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR) and graduated in Biotechnology at the University of Brasília (UnB). Today, he is developing his project to build biopolymer fibers, based on a carbohydrate associated with a protein, to direct cell differentiation by physical stimuli. In addition, there are also interests in the area of 3D bioprinting using cellular spheroids constructed from the addition of biocompatible magnetic fields induced by neodymium magnet magnetic fields. Along with his current orientation at the Nanobiotechnology Laboratory, he worked on the synthesis of magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles for the development of three-dimensional cell culture in different cell types and living organisms using neodymium magnets. He has three years of experience as part of the Molecular Pathology of Cancer (PMC) Group, where he has worked with bioprospecting and cytotoxic activity of compounds derived from anacardic acid, cardol and cardol in human squamous cancer cells. In addition to these, it stands out for its participation in more than 15 scientific events, making oral presentations and postings. It is also implicated in its four awards in 1st place for works developed at UnB, UFPR and Embrapa Genetic Resources and Biotechnology.