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Camila M. Lopes-Ramos, PhD

Research Areas: COPD; lung cancer; sex and gender differences; X chromosome inactivation; gene regulatory network; methylation; gene expression

Camila Lopes-Ramos is an Instructor at the Channing Division of Network Medicine, Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, and an Instructor at the Department of Biostatistics at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston. Her research uses genomics and systems biology approaches to understand sex-specific gene regulation and its role in disease development and treatment responses, particularly in lung cancer and COPD. Through integration of various omics datasets and network-based methods, Dr. Lopes-Ramos’ work provides insights into the complex gene regulatory networks that contribute to disease risk and clinical outcomes in a sex-dependent manner. Dr. Lopes-Ramos holds a PhD in Oncology from the AC Camargo Cancer Center in Brazil and has completed her postdoctoral fellowship in computational biology and network medicine from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard. Dr. Lopes-Ramos has extensive experience applying network approaches across disciplines to advance our understanding of tissue- and sex-specific gene regulation in health and disease.

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