We are delighted to advise that Dr Felipe Lino from Brazil has accepted IFDAT’s invitation to be the organisation’s new South American representative. As many of you are aware our former Board Member and South American representative was Dr Tony Wong who sadly passed away early 2021.
In 2009 Filipe graduated from Lutheran University of Brazil with a Biomedical Sciences Degree. He then progressed to achieving a Master’s Degree in Pharmacology and Toxicology, followed by 10 years of scientific research and more recently achieving an Executive MBA. Since 2018 he has held Director and Executive Director Roles in Brazil at the Omega Laboratory, Laboratório Sodré and, since 2021, Agente RS.
The very essence of IFDAT and the central core of its founding was that of an international organisation. The continent of South America is a very significant part of this reach. Felipe has numerous networks throughout South America and is committed to become an important member of the IFDAT team as our representative from that part of the world. He is already planning to be in Salzburg for the 2022 conference on 3-5 April.