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He holds a Bachelor's degree in Medicine from the University of Brasilia (1981), master's degree in medicine from the medical school of Ribeirão Preto-USP (1986) and doctorate in medicine (internal medicine) from the University of São Paulo (1990) and post-doctoral degree from the University of Iowa, USA. He is currently professor at the State University of Campinas, SP. Has experience in the field of Renal Physiology Medical Clinic with emphasis on Nephrology, working mainly on the following themes: renal function, neural control of the kidney and hypertension. He was coordinator of graduate programs; Postgraduate Committee of IES, Deputy Director and Director of IES. Is supervisor of PPG strict sense and currently coordinates the area of Medicine I of the CAPES. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Obesity affects more than 400 million subjects in the world and projections for the next 15 years predict an overall prevalence of up to 20%. In developing countries, such as Brazil a rapid nutritional transition provided by the recent economical growth has led to a unique condition on which the malnourished persist in parallel with an increasing number of obese subjects. It is expected...
Subproject 1: Effects of protein restriction in the uterus and exposure to dexamethasone and ncotine in vitro during the nephrogenesis: morphometric and evaluation of gene expression and protein content in stem cells of the cap metanefrogênico. Epidemiological Evidence in diverse populations, as well as experimental results indicates that the nutritional intrauterine conditions "progra...
The cell membranes are involved in different functions and are, basically, composed by a lipid bilayer, peripheral and integral proteins. The peripheral proteins make up the cytoskeleton and the integral proteins are commonly glicoproteins involved in water and ion transport, adhesion, signalling, etc. The organization of the erythrocyte cytoskeleton and its importance in maintaining er...
During embryonic, fetal and neonatal development the organism is provided with phenotypic plasticity in front to environmental variations. Thus, exposure to adverse environmental factors during development shapes proliferation and cell differentiation, and it may cause long-term anthropometric effects on behavioral and metabolic functions. In a opposite way, exposure to stimulating and ...
In developed and developing maternal and child malnutrition has evident repercussions on the health of the population. This is due to ontogenetic changes leading to a predisposition to the development of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases in adulthood. Recent studies suggest that changes during development may be among the main causes of the obesity epidemic. The restriction of intra...
The environment in which we live has great influence on the fetal development and in adult life of the offspring. The food and smoking, as habits and lifestyle, that are directly associated to fetal organogenesis and ontogenesis disorders. Smoking is one of the factors of greatest concern to health authorities mainly due the health problems cause by cigarettes including in pregnant wome...
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BLOCK, Daniel Bueno. Fumo em ratas grávidas : envolvimento do fator induzível por hipóxia (HIF-1alpha), do fator de crescimento do endotélio vascular (VEGF) e da eritropoietina (EPO) sobre a ontogênese renal e a função renal da prole de ratos machos. 2013. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Faculdade de Ciências Médicas. Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). (11/17016-1)
SUEDEKUM, Elen White Mateus. Estudo da manipulação tubular renal de sodio e da pressão arterial em ratos diabeticos apos o tratamento com furosemida : envolvimento de receptores AT1 da angiotensina e da inervação renal. 2002. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Instituto de Biologia. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. (97/13402-5)
POSSIGNOLO, Luiz Fernando. Efeito da ingestão crônica de dieta hiperlipídica no metabolismo de ratas, e sobre a expressão de SR-BI e ABCA1 na placenta, intestino delgado, fígado e rins da prole destes animais = : Effect of high fat diet chronic ingestion on the metabolism of female rats, and on the SR-BI and ABCA1 expression in the placenta, small intestine, liver and kidney of the offspring. 2012. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Faculdade de Ciências Médicas. Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). (10/06771-0)
ROZA, Noemí Angélica Vieira. Ingestão materna crônica de dieta hiperlipídica : efeito sobre a função renal, o metabolismo glicídico e a pressão arterial da prole. 2011. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Faculdade de Ciências Médicas. Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). (09/13296-0)
OLIVEIRA, Agnes da Silva Lopes. Análise do hipocampo durante a gênese e diferenciação neural em ratos programados pela restrição proteica in útero : estudo molecular dos subcampos isolados por microdissecção a laser . 2017. Tese (Doutorado) – Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Faculdade de Ciências Médicas. (13/20539-1)
MÉTODO DE ANÁLISE SIMULTANEA DE VARIÁVEIS DA OBESIDADE BR1020130183300 - Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Nelson Afonso Lutaif; Reginaldo Palazzo Jr.; José Antonio Gontijo - July 2013, 18