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Dr. Ana Carolina B. Terzian is DVM (2005), Master in Microbiology by the São Paulo State University - UNESP (2008) and PhD in Health Sciences (Virology area) by the São José do Rio Preto School of Medicine - FAMERP (2013). Post-doctorate at the University of Liège, Belgium (2014-2015). Postdoctoral fellow at the Virology Research Laboratory at FAMERP (2016-now). Professor in the undergraduate program in Health Sciences , at FAMERP. She has experience in virology, working mainly in the following subjects: arboviruses of medical and veterinary importance, mainly Zika, Dengue, Chikungunya and Yellow Fever viruses, molecular biology and serology techniques and cell culture. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Arboviruses are frequently associated with outbreaks in humans and represent a serious public health problem, with economic and social impacts. Among the Brazilian arboviruses, Mayaro virus, Dengue virus, Yellow Fever virus, Rocio virus and Oropouche virus are responsible for more than 95% of human cases in Brazil. These arboviruses usually present the same clinical symptoms, especially...
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