Dr. Inês ChavesDr. Inês Chaves

Dr. Inês Chaves

Dr. Inês Chaves is a research associate at the Department of Molecular Genetics of the Erasmus University Medical Center. Her research is centered around the circadian clock and health risks associated with circadian disturbance. She investigates adverse effects of circadian disturbance and aberrant light exposure during development, aiming to understand the underlying epigenetic mechanisms and identify associated biomarkers.

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The BioClock Consortium is funded by the NWA-ORC programme of the Dutch Research Council (NWO; project number 1292.19.077).