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Bachelor's Degree (2000) and Bachelor's Degree (2004) in Biological Sciences by the University of São Paulo. Master's degree (2003) in Human Physiology by ICB-USP, Doctorate (2014) and postdoctoral degree (2018) in Laboratory Research in Public Health by the Coordinator of Disease Control-State Health Department-SP. Effective as a Scientific Researcher in the Nucleus of Enteric Diseases, Virology Center of the Adolfo Lutz Institute, macro-regional reference for the study of gastroenteritis and viral meningitis. Has experience in the area of ​​Virology, with special interest in zoonotic transmission and viruses of importance in Public Health. He carries out research projects with emphasis on genotypic surveillance and molecular epidemiology, acting mainly on the following diseases: rotavirus, norovirus, enteric adenovirus, bocavirus and enterovirus. Detection, identification and viral molecular characterization, genetic diversity and viral evolution are other topics of interest. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
|News published in Agência FAPESP Newsletter about the researcher|
|Virus that infects pigs in China is found in human patient in Brazil|
Group A rotaviruses (RVA) are the main cause of acute viral gastroenteritis in both humans and animal. Global surveillance of circulating RVA in the human population has revealed the presence of several uncommon genotypes, including Brazil. Many of these have been found in domestic animals, and phylogenetic analysis suggests that they arose in the human population through zoonotic trans...
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