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He holds a bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences - Bachelor's Degree from the Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie (2004), a Master's degree in Public Health from the Faculty of Public Health - USP (2007), a Ph.D. in Public Health from FSP-USP (2012), postdoctoral degree in Epidemiology by the FSP-USP (2014), post-doctorate by the Faculty of Medicine - USP (2016) and postdoctoral degree by the Federal University of ABC (2017). He is currently coordinator of research grant of Young Researcher / BIOTA FAPESP, postgraduate counselor at the Federal University of ABC and scientific researcher / post-graduation counselor at the Faculdade de Medicina do ABC. Visiting professor in the University of Florida. He has experience in Collective Health, with emphasis on Epidemiology, working mainly in the following subjects: parasitology, tropical medicine, entomology, infectious diseases, public and environmental health, veterinary sciences, biodiversity conservation, environmental science and technology. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Malaria is the most prevalent vector-borne parasitic disease in the Americas, and Brazil has the highest regional malaria incidence. The most aggressive and effective Neotropical malaria vector, particularly in the Amazon Basin, is Anopheles darlingi. This species' impact is facilitated by its rapid exploitation of the novel environments provided by whole ecosystem alteration via factor...
Malaria in Atlantic Forest is hypoendemic and, assuming that erradication of this disease is a challenge, its low endemic status is desirable in the point-of-view of public health. However, recent evidence (e.g., asymptomatic infections) show that the low number of autochthonous cases represent tip of the iceberg. Understanding the effects of landscape and biodiversity is important to h...
Introduction - Complex interactions are present between biodiversity of mosquitoes (Diptera, Culicidae) and the dynamics of vector-borne arboviruses and malaria-parasites, which are infectious agents that can cause diseases in humans and other animals. Objectives - to apply habitat-suitability modelling for arboviral and malarial mosquito vectors in Vale do Ribeira, southeastern São Pau...
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