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Luísa Lobato

Fotografia de Luísa Maria Correia Lopes Lobato
Name: Luísa Maria Correia Lopes Lobato
Sigla: LMCLL
Estado: Active
R-000-N1C
Email Institucional: lmlobato@icbas.up.pt

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Categoria: Professor Catedrático Convidado
Professional Group: Docente
Vínculo: (30%)
Instituição Parceira: Medical Teaching Department - CHUP

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Cargo Data de Início
Member of the Representatives Council 2018-09-19

Apresentação Pessoal

Luísa Lobato is senior nephrologist at the Department of Nephrology, Hospital de Santo António, Centro Hospitalar Universitário do Porto (CHUPorto) and director of the Department of Education, Training and Research of the same University Hospital.
luisalobato@chporto.min-saude.pt

She obtained the MD degree at the Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas Abel Salazar (ICBAS), University of Porto, Portugal and got her PhD degree from ICBAS with a thesis entitled “Nephropathy in Familial Amyloidotic Polyneuropathy of Portuguese Type, ATTR V30M” (lobato 001a088, repositório aberto da Universidade do Porto).

Luísa Lobato concluded the specialization in Nephrology at Hospital de Santo António, Porto. She coordinates, since 1994, the nephrology outpaient clinic dedicated to hereditary amyloidosis, the Corino de Andrade Unit at CHUPorto. 
She has the direction of the Department of Clinical Research at CHUPorto and also its Clinical Trials Unit.

Luísa Lobato is Full Professor of Nephrology at ICBAS and academic coordinator of the international mobility programmes in Medicine at this Faculty. She was nominated as Member of the Representatives Council of ICBAS since 2014.
She is Vice-coordinator of the Unit for Multidisciplinary Research in Biomedicine/ ICBAS and investigator/clinical researcher from the group Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation from the same Reserch Unit. In 2021 she integrates the Associate Laboratory ITR - Laboratory for Integrative and Translational Research in Population Health.

Research area: hereditary amyloidosis, especially the forms associated to transthyretin and fibrinogen, its epidemiology, genotypic-phenotypic correlations, renal pathology and early markers of amyloid nephropathy.
Scopus Author ID: 6701643251
Ciência ID: B61E-6079-8F82
https://www.cienciavitae.pt//B61E-6079-8F82

Áreas de Interesse

  1. Health sciences > Medical sciences > Medicine > Nephrology
  2. Health sciences > Medical sciences > Medicine > Rare deseases
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