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Aline Chimello Ferreira has Bachelor?s degree in Biological Sciences (Universidade Estadual Paulista, 2001), Master?s degree in Sciences (Coordination of Disease Control, 2006) and PhD in Biosciences and Biotechnology applied to Pharmacy (Universidade Estadual Paulista). She has experience in Public Health with emphasis in epidemiology of vector borne diseases, acting on dengue, spatial analysis and geostatistics. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Dengue fever is a febrile illness that affects thousands of people every year and is considered a major public health problem. The presence of the vector in Araraquara was detected almost 30 years ago and, lately, the city has been presenting an increase in the number of reported cases of the disease. Tools such as Geographic Information Systems (GIS), spatial regression and geostatisti...
Dengue fever is a febrile vector borne disease and affects million people every year. It is caused by a Flavivirus and is considered a major public health problem. The increase in magnitude of dengue is strongly associated with continuous circulation of the four serotypes, which cause unpredictable epidemics. The current tools to combat virus circulation and vector infestation have not ...
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