Masters in Biomedical Sciences - Pós-Graduação - FHO | Fundação Hermínio Ometto

Masters in Biomedical Sciences

The Program

The Academic Master's Degree in Biomedical Sciences (Stricto sensu), basic physiology, offered by the University Center of the Hermínio Ometto Foundation - FHO provides a contribution in the development of new knowledge for the audience seeking training for teaching higher education and research, being able to apply the acquired knowledge to the different areas of biomedical sciences, specifically Physiology and Biochemistry.

» Area of concentration:
Biomedical Sciences

» Coordination:
PhD. Gláucia Maria Tech dos Santos
glauciasantos@fho.edu.br

» Vice Coordination:
PhD. Thiago Antonio Moretti de Andrade
thiago.andrade@fho.edu.br

» Information:
School Office
Phone: (19) 3543-1423
E-mail: mestrado@uniararas.br

» Mailing address:
Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences
Stricto Sensu Office
Av. Dr. Maximiliano Baruto, 500 Jd. Universitário - Araras/SP 13607-339

Recommendation CAPES/MEC - Ordinance CAPES/MEC n. 656/2017

» Course Council:
PhD. Gláucia Maria Tech dos Santos - Coordenador
PhD. Thiago Antonio Moretti de Andrade - Vice-Coordinator
PhD. Maria Esméria Corezola do Amaral
PhD. Mauricio Ventura Mazzi
PhD. Maíra Felonato Mendes - substitute

Objectives

» Objectives/Professional profile to be formed:

The Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences of the University Center of the Hermínio Ometto Foundation graduates professionals with an integrative vision between effect, mechanism and therapeutic possibilities in the area of biomedical sciences, with emphasis on basic disciplines knowledge such as Physiology and Biochemistry.

It enables its graduates to act in the process of training human resources for teaching, basic or applied research.

Target Audience

Graduates of Higher Education in the areas of Biological Sciences, Health and related areas.

Title

Master in Biomedical Sciences

Workload

The course totals 24 credits in Mandatory and Elective Disciplines for the two lines of research and 46 credits dedicated to Dissertation Activities (research project development).

Research Lines and Related faculty members

The Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences has two lines of research that express what the University Center of the Hermínio Ometto Foundation - FHO has consolidated in experiences and projects for technical-scientific development and training of human resources.

Our research line and faculty members are:

1. Pathophysiology of tissue repair
It proposes to evaluate cellular, tissue, molecular responses and therapeutic tools in different experimental models.

Name Research Projects on Connection in masters Lattes Link
Andrea Aparecida de Aro Structural, biochemical and molecular aspects of cell therapy with mesenchymal stem cells in tissue repair PERMANENT FACULTY MEMBER
Gláucia M. Tech dos Santos Biological effects of physical agents and plant extracts on the healing of tissue injuries PERMANENT FACULTY MEMBER
Guilherme Ferreira Caetano Cell therapy and application of biomaterials in tissue repair Biological and functional aspects of connective tissue in different experimental models PERMANENT FACULTY MEMBER
Marcelo A. M. Esquisatto Biological and functional aspects of connective tissue in different experimental models PERMANENT FACULTY MEMBER
Milton Santamaria Junior Evaluation of the biological effects induced by physical and chemical agents under normal and pathological conditions, involved in the bone and periodontal tissues of the stomatognathic system ASSOCIATE FACULTY MEMBER
Thiago Antônio Moretti de Andrade Immunophysiology of healing of new therapeutic materials in experimental models PERMANENT FACULTY MEMBER

2. Molecular physiology of metabolism
It proposes to investigate biomolecular, metabolic and inflammatory mechanisms in different experimental models.

Name Research Projects on Connection in masters Lattes Link
Camila Andréa de Oliveira Molecular bases of genes involved in the intercellular communication pathways in experimental models PERMANENT FACULTY MEMBER
Danielle Bernardes Effects of exercise and dietary changes on the processes of myelination and remyelination in demyelinating diseases ASSOCIATE FACULTY MEMBER
Gabriela Bortolança Chiarotto Study of neuroinflammation and neuronal death associated with processes of degeneration and regeneration of the nervous system and neurodegenerative diseases PERMANENT FACULTY MEMBER
Maíra Felonato Mendes Characterization of the immune response in experimental models PERMANENT FACULTY MEMBER
Maria Esmeria C. do Amaral Study of the functional and molecular phenomena of dietary interventions in insulin metabolism PERMANENT FACULTY MEMBER
Maurício Ventura Mazzi Chemical and biological characterization of bioactive compounds of animal and vegetal origin with biotechnological application PERMANENT FACULTY MEMBER
Rosana Catisti Fetal programming and mitochondrial bioenergetics against metabolic variables PERMANENT FACULTY MEMBER
Samara Camaçarí de Carvalho Biology of muscle fiber in pathological conditions PERMANENT FACULTY MEMBER
Investment

36 monthly payments of R$ 1.267,32.

The course will have a total duration of 36 (thirty-six) months with a six-monthly renewal of enrollment.

(*) Valid values for payment until the due date. They can be readjusted after 12 installments, according to the index published by the collective agreement, agreed between representatives of the maintainers and unions of workers in education.

(**) 15% discount for FHO | Hermínio Ometto Foundation alumni.

(***) PagFácil Graduate Program - The values indicated in the different forms of payment may be adjusted after 12 installments by the index, published through a collective agreement, agreed between the representatives of the maintainers and the unions of workers in education.

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