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Dr. Wagner Gouvêa dos Santos

Dr. Wagner Gouvêa dos Santos (nova foto)


Graduated in Biological Sciences from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (1988), Master degree in Biochemistry and Immunology from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (1991) and PhD in Biochemistry and Immunology from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (1998) with sandwich scholarship at Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, United States. Postdoctoral fellow in Structural Biology at the Nova de Lisboa University/Gulbenkian Institute of Sciences/Institute of Chemical and Biological Technology, Portugal (1998-2001) and in Neuro-Oncology and Oncogenetics at Virginia Commonwealth University and Massey Cancer Center (2001-2006). He was an adjunct professor of genetics at the University of Richmond, United States (2006) and a guest assistant professor at the Catholic University of Goiás (2007-2008) working in undergraduate and graduate courses in genetics. Are you currently an adjunct professor at the Federal University of Goiás, Regional Jataí, where he was Director from 2011 to 2015, and is responsible for the disciplines of Human Genetics, Molecular and Cytogenetics for Biomedicine, Nursing and Biological Sciences courses, as well as guiding undergraduate students in Institutional programs of scientific initiation and extension and postgraduate in the Health Applied Sciences Postgraduate Program where he is a permanent professor. He has several articles published in national and international journals and collaborates with research groups in Brazil and abroad. Has extensive experience in the areas of Biochemistry, Genetics and Cellular and Molecular Biology, acting on the following subjects: Human and Molecular Genetics, Gene Therapy, Development of animal models of brain tumors, Angiogenesis, Molecular Mechanisms of resistance to radiation and chemotherapy, Signal transduction, Genetic polymorphisms, Biotechnology, Mechanisms of expression and gene regulation in Trypanosoma cruzi and function of genes involved in oxygen metabolism in sulfate reducing bacteria. (Text informed by the author)


 

RESEARCH LINE:

1. MOLECULAR AND FUNCTIONAL MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN HEALTH MAINTENANCE

3. DIAGNOSTIC METHODS AND DISEASE TREATMENT

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