Dr. Adriano Mondini is responsible for Public Health Policies and Epidemiology classes at the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, São Paulo State University . He is now tutoring students in a strategy for interprofessional education for health practice funded by PAHO/Brazilian Ministry of Health initiative, PET. Dr. Mondini has been also working on molecular epidemiology and arbovirus detection in humans and mosquitos. He is also interested in checking anti-viral properties of plants extracts against dengue, Zika and chikungunya. He is part of the Scientific Committee from São Paulo State University task force against COVID-19.
PhD in Health Sciences: Medical School of S. J. Rio Preto (FAMERP): 2010;
MS in Health Sciences: Medical School of S. J. Rio Preto (FAMERP): 2005;
BS in Biological Sciences: São Paulo State University (UNESP): 2001;
Helio Gelli Pereira Award from Brazilian Society for Virology: Best Doctoral Thesis (2010);
Young Microbiologist Award from Brazilian Society of Microbiology (2011).
(Fonte: Currículo Lattes)