Graduated in Environmental and Sanitary Engineering (2014), MSc (2017) and doctorate (2021) in Agricultural Engineering from Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná – UNIOESTE, including a fellowship period at the Institut für Umweltbiotechnologie at Universität für Bodenkultur, Austria. During her doctorate in sandwich, she developed projects in the area of anaerobic digestion with focus on the effect of ammonia nitrogen on biogas production/metallogenic activity using different carbon sources, and on the use of membrane technology for nitrogen extraction in biodigesters in order to enhance biogas production and produce second generation fertilizers. She has experience in the area of environmental management and treatment of industrial and swine effluents, working mainly in the area of anaerobic digestion, environmental sanitation and public health. She is currently a FAPED fellow and works on direct water reuse projects in the animal products agroindustry. She also works as a consultant in the area of waste-to-energy.