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Denise Gonçalves Priolli

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Universidade São Francisco (USF). Campus Bragança Paulista  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

I graduated in medicine from the University of Mogi das Cruzes (1992). I have a master?s degree in surgery from the Institute of Medical Assistance for Health of the State Public (1999). I have a Ph.D. in surgical gastroenterology from the Federal University of Sao Paulo (2006). I did post-doctoral fellowships at the University of Coimbra (2010 and 2018). I was the coordinator of the Medical Course (2010) and the vice-coordinator of the Postgraduate Program in Health Sciences (2018). I received 51 awards and authored or co-authored 59 papers in peer-reviewed journals. I participated as a member of 84 examining committees (Ph.D. and MSc committees and admission committees). I have peer-reviewed manuscripts for 25 journals. I have mentored 59 undergraduate students (Scientific Initiation Projects), four Ph.D. students and nine MSc students in Brazil. I have skills and competencies in people management, interpersonal communication, and oral and written expression. My areas of expertise are surgery, oncology, animal models of human disease, palliative care, and education. I am a highly collaborative worker and am committed to research and my students. My career experience includes writing projects, grants, and manuscripts; budget administration; experimental design of protocols; data analysis, and development of new curricula and their assessments. Currently, I am a researcher and professor at UC San Francisco (USA), a member of the Brazilian College of Surgeons, and the European Association of Cancer Research. The value I bring is ethics and respect for human dignity in diverse learning contexts. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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DE MIGUEL, GUILHERME CHOHFI; ABRANTES, ANA MARGARIDA; LARANJO, MAFALDA; KITAGAWA GRIZOTTO, ANA YOSHIE; CAMPOREZE, BRUNO; PEREIRA, JOSE AIRES; BRITES, GONCALO; SERRA, ARMENIO; PINEIRO, MARTA; ROCHA-GONSALVES, ANTONIO; et al. A new therapeutic proposal for inoperable osteosarcoma: Photodynamic therapy. Photodiagnosis and Photodynamic Therapy, v. 21, p. 79-85, . Web of Science Citations: 2. (12/04634-1)

PRIOLLI, DENISE G.; CANELLOI, THAMY P.; LOPES, CAMILA O.; VALDIVIA, JULIO C. M.; MARTINEZ, NATALIA P.; ACARI, DEMETRIUS P.; CARDINALLI, IZILDA A.; RIBEIRO, MARCELO L.. Oxidative DNA damage and beta-catenin expression in colorectal cancer evolution. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COLORECTAL DISEASE, v. 28, n. 5, p. 713-722, . Web of Science Citations: 4. (07/01196-5)

PARISI DE OLIVEIRA, CARLOS TADEU; COLENCI, RENATO; PACHECO, CESAR COZAR; MARIANO, PATRICK MORO; DO PRADO, PAULA RIBEIRO; ROSAS MAMPRIN, GUSTAVO PIGNATARI; SANTANA, MAYCON GIOVANI; GAMBERO, ALESSANDRA; CARVALHO, PATRICIA DE OLIVEIRA; PRIOLLI, DENISE GONCALVES. Hydrolyzed Rutin Decreases Worsening of Anaplasia in Glioblastoma Relapse. CNS & Neurological Disorders-Drug Targets, v. 18, n. 5, p. 405-412, . Web of Science Citations: 1. (12/04634-1)

NICOLUCCI, CAMILLA; LAPO PAIS, MARIANA; SANTOS, A. C.; RIBEIRO, FABIANA M.; ENCARNACAO, PEDRO M. C. C.; SILVA, ANA L. M.; CASTRO, I. F.; CORREIA, PEDRO M. M.; VELOSO, JOAO F. C. A.; REIS, JULIE; et al. Single Low Dose of Cocaine-Structural Brain Injury Without Metabolic and Behavioral Changes. FRONTIERS IN NEUROSCIENCE, v. 14, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (15/07981-2, 17/26010-3)

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