University of Campinas - UNICAMP
Daniel Martins-de-Souza is a Biologist (2003) with a PhD in
Biochemistry (2008). After a 6-years stay (2008-2014) in Germany (LMU
and MPI of Psychiatry) and in the United Kingdom (University of
Cambridge), Daniel became an Assistant Professor in the Dept of
Biochemistry of the University of Campinas (UNICAMP), in Brazil.
Daniel organised four special editions as Guest Editor to journals as
PROTEOMICS and Proteomics Clinical Applications and edited 2
scientific books: a volume of the Methods in Molecular Biology series
(Springer) entitled "Shotgun Proteomics" and the book "Advances in
Biological Psychiatry" (Karger). In 2015, launched as permanent editor
the book series "Proteomics, Metabolomics, Interactomics and Systems
Biology" (Springer). Prof. Daniel has already published 100 scientific articles, most of them in
the Neuroproteomics field. It is a council member of BrMass, BrProt
and HUPO (2015-2017). Together with other colleagues (L. Grinberg, K.
Marcus, and P. Nilsson) heads the HBPP (Human Brain Proteome Project),
a HUPO initiative.