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About me

A physician graduated at the Medical School (EMED) of the Federal University of Ouro Preto (UFOP), located in the charming town of Ouro Preto in the State of Minas Gerais (Brazil), that has always been concerned about public health issues and medical training. He was director of the Centro Acadêmico Livre de Medicina Dr. Márcio Galvão (CALMED), having served as General Secretary, Vice President and President; in which he worked together with the School and University Council to contribute to the academic training of medical students at UFOP and to the health of the Ouro Preto population. At the head of the student representation within the Brazilian Association of Medical Education (ABEM), he assisted in the discussions of the medical density across the country, the opening of new medical schools, as well as in the lag of medical education and scrapping of the structure of medical schools in the country.

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Later, he returned to his homeland and dedicated his training in the medical specialty of Adult Clinical Neurology by completing Medical Residency at Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein (HIAE) in São Paulo (SP). During the specialization, he participated in numerous Congresses (national and international), as well as of Complementary Medical Courses to the training.

In addition, he had the opportunity and the privilege to follow as an Observership the clinical activities of the Stroke and Neuro-Intensive Care Services at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston (USA), the largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School and among the top 5 hospitals in the USA.

He currently works as a Neurologist at Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein (HIAE), at Hospital Beneficencia Portuguesa in Sao Caetano do Sul (HBP-SCS) and at Hospital Alemão Oswaldo Cruz (HAOC); attends at a private office, located next to Higienopolis Mall; and works as a Doctoral Fellowship in the Department of Ataxias and General Neurology of Escola Paulista de Medicina (UNIFESP).

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