Camila Zanette has been in the lab since Fall 2013. She received her B.S. in Pharmacy with specialization in pharmaceutical industry from State University of Maringá (Brazil) in 2011. She also received her M.S. in Nuclear Technology from University of São Paulo (Brazil). Her early research in Mobley lab was related to implicit and semi-explicit solvation models for a group of small molecules. Zanette also worked with docking applied to ribosome inhibitors (DOI) and redesign of macrocyclic peptide using molecular dynamics. Now, she is currently working on implementing Bayesian inference techniques to learn chemical perception from reference data.