María José Dávila-Rodríguez

María José Dávila-Rodríguez is a Consultant for Elsevier’s Life Sciences solutions for academic and government institutions in Latin America. She is responsible for helping users develop learning, teaching, and R&D workflows, as well as projects in life sciences, health, chemistry, and related disciplines. María José joined Elsevier in 2021, where she has leveraged her academic and research experience to better understand and assist users. She holds a Ph.D. (2020) and a Master’s (2016) in Chemistry from the Federal University of São Carlos – Brazil and a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry (2013) from the Universidad del Valle – Colombia. She has worked on target identification through molecular docking simulations, stability studies of protein-ligand complexes through molecular dynamics simulations, synthesis and characterization of metal complexes, and in vitro interaction studies with biomolecules.

Come have a lunch with us and meet two ACS editors in another edition of ACS on Campus: Lori Ferrins – Topic Editor, Journal of Medicinal Chemistry; and Carolina Horta – Associate Editor, ACS Omega. The event will be part of 11th BrazMedChem and 9th BCNP programs. We will discuss valuable tips on how to prepare your manuscript in an efffective way as well as what our editors expect about an impactful paper. In addition, we will talk about Open Access and its impact on the visibility and democratization of scientific knowledge. The ACS on Campus will be held on Oct 25 at 12 PM (local time). All attendees will recieve a lunch box and a certificate. Register here: #ACSonCampus