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Marcelo do Amaral Beraldo

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Faculdade de Medicina (FM)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Clinical Researcher at Nihon Kohden OrangeMed where research and development new technologies to ICU mechanical ventilators, has a postdoctoral and Ph.D. in Sciences at the Medicine school of Sao Paulo University (Pulmonary Division of Incor) and physical therapy degree from Federal University of Juiz de Fora. As a physiotherapist and clinical researcher worked at Adult ICU at Albert Einstein Hospital, For many years was a researcher at the Medicine school of Sao Paulo University (laboratory of experimental pneumology), mentored by Prof. Marcelo Amato and Prof. Carlos Carvalho while working with electrical impedance tomography, computed tomography, experimental models of lung injury, protective mechanical ventilation strategies, lung imaging methods, cardiopulmonary interaction, gas exchange and mathematical models applied to the respiratory system. Participated in important clinical and experimental studies that changed the perspective of mechanical ventilation worldwide (Occult Pendelluft, Self-Inflicted Lung Injury), receiving prizes in Brazil and abroad. Participated in the development of electrical impedance tomography - EIT (reliability, maintainability and usability) funded by FINEP and FAPESP and in collaboration with renowned universities; Harvard, Leipzig and Uppsala. Reviewer of several national and international journals including the prestigious Critical Care Medicine, Respiratory Care, Brazilian Journal of Pulmonology and Brazilian Journal of Intensive Care. Responsible for important projects in the Brazilian Association of Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy and Physical Therapy in Intensive Care (Assobrafir). Often invited to lecture in Medical Conferences, Symposiums and Courses in Brazil and abroad (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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