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24 PUCRS-PrInt students headed for doctoral research internship in 2019

Grants to gain international experience in research

2019_05_27_logotipo_pucrs_printThe Institutional Project of Internationalization (PUCRS-PrInt) gave 24 doctoral students the chance to embark on an international experience in 2019. The students are enrolled in the University’s graduate programs and had the opportunity to gain fresher insights for their dissertations under the supervision of professors from PUCRS-PrInt partner institutions.

Find out about the students’ destinations in 2019

Health in Human Development:

Research in this area addresses the clinical, psychosocial and educational aspects associated with the different stages of human development, in an integrated way. There are five sub-areas: child development, neglected diseases, adult health and neurodegenerative diseases. Find out more about it.

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Carlos Moreira de Almeida, started in June his sandwich doctorate at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, in Belgium / Photo: Personal archive

Carlos Gabriel Moreira de Almeida – Katholieke Universiteit Leuven – Belgium

Graduate Program in Medicine and Health Sciences (Adviser: Prof. Célia Carlini)
Cooperation Project: Biopsychosocial aspects related to the individual’s health in adult life
Bruno de Souza Basso – University of Barcelona – Spain
Graduate Program in Cellular and Molecular Biology (Adviser: Prof. Jarbas Rodrigues de Oliveira)
Cooperation Project: Development of technologies and innovative processes in health
Caroline Machado Dartora – KU Leuven – Belgium
Graduate Program in Biomedical Gerontology (Adviser: Prof. Ana Maria Marques)
Cooperation Project: Development of technologies and innovative processes in health
Débora Dreher Nabinger – University of Toronto – Canada
Graduate Program in Cellular and Molecular Biology (Adviser: Prof. Carla Bonan)
Cooperation Project: Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies
Fernando Antonio Costa Xavier – Universitá Degli Studi de Milano – Italy
Graduate Program in Medicine and Health Sciences (Adviser: Prof. Denise Cantarelli Machado)
Cooperation Project: Studies on aging neuropsychology and molecular mechanisms associated with neurodegenerative diseases in the elderly population
Rodrigo Orso – Northeastern University – USA
Graduate Program in Pediatrics and Child Health (Adviser: Rodrigo Grassi)
Cooperation Project: Biopsychosocial aspects related to the individual’s health in adult life
Luiza Galina – Infectious Disease Research Institute – USA
Graduate Program in Medicine and Health Sciences (Adviser: Luiz Augusto Basso)
Cooperation Project: Advances in drug development, diagnosis and epidemiology of neglected diseases

 

World in Motion:

Research in this area aims to study how society adapts to the rapid changes of the modern world, involving aspects related to social and economic development, migration, violence and human rights, as well as the use of technology without violating ethical and human aspects of individual privacy rights. Find out more about it.

Alexandra Lopes da Cunha – Universidade de Coimbra – Portugal
Graduate Program in Letters (Adviser: Prof. Luiz Antonio de Assis Brasil)
Cooperation Project: Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies
James William Santos – Syracuse University – USA
Graduate Program in Social Sciences (Adviser: Prof. Emil Sobottka)
Cooperation Project: Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies
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Marcelo Fontoura went to Northwestern University, in the United States / Photo: Personal archive

Marcelo Crispim da Fontoura – Northwestern University – USA

Graduate Program in Communications (Adviser: Prof. Eduardo Pellanda)
Cooperation Project: Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies
Tiago Lorenzini Cunha – University of London – Queen Mary – UK
Graduate Program in Criminal Sciences (Adviser: Prof. José Carlos Moreira da Silva Filho)
Cooperation Project: The Hidden Matrix of Violence in Contemporary Times: Crisis of Otherness, Morale and Ethics
Camila Barreto Ruskowski – Newcastle University – UK
Graduate Program in History (Adviser: Prof. Marçal de Menezes Paredes)
Cooperation Project: The Hidden Matrix of Violence in Contemporary Times: Crisis of Otherness, Morale and Ethics
Débora Rinaldi – Frankfurt University for Applied Sciences – Germany
Graduate Program in Social Sciences (Adviser: Prof. Hermílio Pereira dos Santos Filho)
Cooperation Project: Macro and microeconomic aspects associated with economic, social, human and environmental development
Fernando Silva e Silva – Université Libre de Bruxelles – Belgium
Graduate Program in Philosophy (Adviser: Prof. Norman Madarasz)
Cooperation Project: Human Development: knowledges and practices for a world in motion
Gabriela Nascimento Souza – Universitat Bonn – Germany
Graduate Program in Philosophy (Adviser: Prof. Eduardo Luft)
Cooperation Project: The Hidden Matrix of Violence in Contemporary Times: Crisis of Otherness, Morale and Ethics
Maura Ferreira Rodrigues – Vanderbilt University – USA
Graduate Program in Business Administration (Adviser: Prof. Cláudio Hoffmann Sampaio)
Cooperation Project: Macro and microeconomic aspects associated with economic, social, human and environmental development
Roben Castagna Lunardi – Newcastle University – UK
Graduate Program in Computer Science (Adviser: Prof. Avelino Zorzo)
Cooperation Project: Technology and Society in a globalized world in crisis
Biane Peverada Jaques – Universidade de Lisboa – Portugal
Graduate Program in History (Adviser: Prof. Antonio De Ruggiero)
Cooperation Project: Migrations: Historic and Conceptual Perspectives and Analysis of Contemporary Phenomena
Fernanda Cristine Vasconcellos da Silva – Universidade Católica Portuguesa – Portugal
Graduate Program in Communications (Adviser: Prof. Juremir Machado da Silva)
Cooperation Project: Technology and Society in a globalized world in crisis
Paolla Ungaretti Monteiro – University of Texas at Austin – USA
Graduate Program in Education (Adviser: Edla Eggler)
Cooperation Project: Human Development: knowledges and practices for a world in motion
Tiago Dantas Germano – University of East Anglia – UK
Graduate Program in Letters (Adviser: Prof. Luiz Antonio de Assis Brasil)
Cooperation Project: Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies

 

Technology and Biodiversity:

Research in this area aims to study how new technologies can contribute to the advancement of the study of biodiversity and the environment. It also analyzes how these technological advances can assist in the development of materials, products and processes that enabling the rational use of natural resources with low impact on the environment. Find out more about it.

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PhD student Henry Cagnini completed his sandwich doctorate at the University of Kent / Photo: Personal archive

Henry Emanuel Leal Cagnini – University of Kent – UK

Graduate Program in Computer Science (Adviser: Prof. Rodrigo Coelho Barros)
Cooperation Project: Extracting Knowledge from Big Data
Vera de Ferran – Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute – UK
Graduate Program in Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity (Adviser: Prof. Eduardo Eizirik)
Cooperation Project: Genomic Advances and their Impacts to the Study of Biodiversity
Adriano Jose Vogel – University of Pisa – Italy
Graduate Program in Computer Science (Adviser: Prof. Luiz Gustavo Fernandes)
Cooperation Project: Extracting Knowledge from Big Data

 

Find out more about the students’ research

Doctoral student to study cultural criminology at Queen Mary University of London

Medical imaging studied in doctoral research internship in Belgium

Doctoral student does research at University of Toronto, in Canada

Blockchains and IoT under investigation in Newcastle University doctoral internship

For further information about PUCRS-PrInt doctoral research internships, please contact [email protected]

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