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Dr. Roosevelt Alves da Silva


Graduated in Physics Bachelor degree from the Federal University of Goiás (1995), Master in Physics Applied to Medicine and Biology from the University of São Paulo (1997) and PhD in Physics Applied to Medicine and Biology from the University of São Paulo (2002). He has also done postdoctoral studies at the Department of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics, University of Michigan, USA (2015) and at the USP-RP Institute of Chemistry (2003-2005). He is currently Adjunct Professor IV in exclusive dedication regime at the Federal University of Goias, acting in the area of ​​Computational Biology and leader of the Collaborative Biosystems Center (NCBios) of UFG. The focus of the research is on predicting protein models and designing new drugs for neglected diseases. The main research carried out in the NCBios laboratory is related to the development/use of molecular modeling tools, mainly involving the biomolecular conformational searching techniques for the molecular docking problem and protein structure prediction, both studied. Monte Carlo methods and molecular dynamics. He's currently coordinator of the Health Applied Sciences Postgraduate Program - UFG-Jataĩ. (Text informed by the author)


 

RESEARCH LINE:

1. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN HEALTH MAINTENANCE

3. DIAGNOSTIC METHODS AND DISEASE TREATMENT

LATTES LINK:

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EMAIL: 

rooseveltfisicaufg@gmail.com