Anna Luiza Bertin Henrique was a winter intern at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.

Prior to joining the O’Neill Institute, Bertin Henrique studied physiotherapy at the University of São Paulo, where she participated in research to evaluate the risks of neurological damage in children exposed to the Zika virus during gestation. During the research, she became passionate about health regulation and public policies and transferred her studies to the Law School of the University of São Paulo, where she is currently enrolled in her fifth year.

Currently, Bertin Henrique is an intern at Pinheiro Neto Advogados law firm, where she helps with legal and regulatory matters related to the life sciences industry. Bertin Henrique is also a member of the Brazilian Bar Association Health Law Commission (Comissão de Direito Sanitário da OAB), where she participates in discussions and legal research to monitor the development of health regulation and propose improvements if needed.

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