Rafael Dai Pra da Luz. Mentorship Program Coordinator.
He is a second-year PhD Student in Physiology at Yale University who is from the South of Brazil. In his PhD, he aims to understand the molecular mechanisms that dictate the process of sexual maturation in hibernators. Rafael completed his Master’s in Biochemistry at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS). Rafael is also an enthusiast about initiatives that can help and support other Brazilian Students that study or want to study abroad.
Dr. Elena Gracheva Laboratory
Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology, Yale School of Medicine
333 Cedar Street, SHM BE58
New Haven, CT 06520
+1 (203) 909-8505