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Missions abroad connect professors from PUCRS and partner universities

In 2019, 40 professors visited institutions abroad on PUCRS-PrInt

In 2019, 40 professors had the opportunity to carry out work missions abroad on the Institutional Project of Internationalization (PUCRS-PrInt). The opportunity allowed for them to initiate joint projects, come into contact with new researchers, introduce them to PUCRS and its projects and further strengthen the internationalization of the University’s graduate programs.  

Find out the destinations our professors headed to last year  

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. The investigations are carried out in five sub-areas: child development, neglected diseases, adult health, neurodegenerative diseases and technologies in health. Find out more about studies in this area. 

Renata Vieira – University of Edinburgh, Scotland  

Cooperation Project: Development of innovative technologies and processes in health  

Angelo Brandelli Costa – University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany 

Cooperation Project: Advances in drug development, diagnosis and epidemiology of neglected diseases 

Rodrigo Grassi de Oliveira – Universidade de Milão, Italy 

Cooperation Project: Biopsychosocial aspects associated with the health of individuals in adult life  

Célia Regina Carlini – KU Leuven, Belgium 

Cooperation Project: Biopsychosocial aspects associated with the health of individuals in adult life  

Ricardo Meurer Papaléo – University of Groningen, Netherlands 

Cooperation Project: Development of innovative technologies and processes in environmental health, lifestyle and pathological conditions in child development 

Eduardo Gonçalves Mota – Rosemann University, USA 

Cooperation Project: Development of innovative technologies and processes in health  

Cristina Maria Moriguchi Jeckel – University of Groningen, Netherlands 

Cooperation Project: Development of innovative technologies and processes in health  

Carla Bonan – University of Toronto, Canada 

Cooperation Project: Office of the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research  

Renato Stein – Imperial College London, UK 

Cooperation Project: Office of the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research 

Denise Cantarelli Machado – University of Milan, Italy 

Cooperation Project: Study of neuropsychology of aging and molecular mechanisms associated with neurodegenerative diseases in the elderly population 

Tatiana Quarti Irigaray – Universidad Catolica de Valencia San Vicente MartirSpain 

Cooperation Project: Study of neuropsychology of aging and molecular mechanisms associated with neurodegenerative diseases in the elderly population  

Elke Bromberg – University of Groningen, Netherlands 

Cooperation Project: Office of the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research  

Silvia Dias de Oliveira – University of Pretoria, South Africa 

Cooperation Project: Biopsychosocial aspects associated with the health of individuals in adult life  

Rosane Souza da Silva – University of Groningen, Netherlands 

Cooperation Project: Development of innovative technologies and processes in health  

Douglas Kazutoshi Sato – University of Pennsylvania, USA 

Cooperation Project: Assessment of environmental aspects, life habits and pathological conditions in child development. 

Lilian Hubner – University of Montreal and Université Laval, Canada 

Cooperation Project: Biopsychosocial aspects associated with the health of individuals in adult life 

World in Motion 

Research in this area studies how society adapts to the rapid changes of the modern world. Aspects associated with social and economic development, migration, violence and human rights, as well as the use of technology without violating the ethical aspects and individual privacy rights are some of the issues that are addressed. Find out more about studies in this area. 

Maria Isabel Bellini – Queensland University of Technology, Australia 

Cooperation Project: The hidden matrix of Violence in Contemporary Times: Crisis of Otherness, Morality and Ethics.  

Ingo Sarlet – University of Hamburg, Germany 

Cooperation Project: Office of the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research 

Luciano Aronne de Abreu – Catholic University of America, USA 

Cooperation Project: Macro and microeconomic aspects associated with economic, social, human and environmental development.  

André Fagundes Pase – Masschussetes Institute Technology – MIT, USA 

Cooperation Project: Technology and Society in a globalized world in crisis  

Antonio De Ruggiero – Universitá degli Studo del MoliseItaly 

Cooperation Project: Migrations: Historical and conceptual Perspectives and Analysis of Contemporary Phenomena  

Claudia Musa Fay – University of Groningen, Netherlands 

Cooperation Project: Migrations: Historical and conceptual Perspectives and Analysis of Contemporary Phenomena  

Draiton Gonzaga – University of Bonn, Germany 

Cooperation Project: The hidden matrix of Violence in Contemporary Times: Crisis of Otherness, Morality and Ethics  

Rafael Prikladnicki – American University, USA 

Cooperation Project: Technology and society in a globalized world in crisis  

Hermilio Pereira dos Santos Filho – Newcastle University, UK 

Cooperation Project: Macro and microeconomic aspects associated with economic, social, human and environmental development  

Marília Costa Morosini – Newcastle University, UK 

Cooperation Project: Human development: knowledges and practices for a world in motion 

Edimara Luciano – Danube University, Austria 

Cooperation Project: Macro and microeconomic aspects associated with economic, social, human and environmental development  

Alexandre Anselmo Guilherme – KU Leuven, Belgium 

Cooperation Project: Human development: knowledges and practices for a world in motion  

Adriana Justin Cerveira Kampf – Newcastle University, UK 

Cooperation Project: Human development: knowledges and practices for a world in motion  

Nythamar F. de Oliveira Junior – Université Paris 8, France 

Cooperation Project: Human development: knowledges and practices for a world in motion 

Juliana Tonin – Sourbonne (Paris V), France 

Cooperation Project: Office of the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research 

Monica Ryff Moreira Roca Vianna – University of Bonn, Germany  

Cooperation Project: Office of the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research 

Augusto Jobim do Amaral – Universidad de Sevilla – Spain 

Cooperation Project: The hidden matrix of Violence in Contemporary Times: Crisis of Otherness, Morality and Ethics. 

Technology and Biodiversity 

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

Eduardo Cassel – Instituto de Ciências Agrárias/Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal 

Cooperation Project: Technology, Energy and Natural Resources: New Paths to Sustainability 

Soraia Raupp Musse – Sourbonne Université Paris 6, France 

Cooperation Project: Technological Advances for the Development of an Interconnected World 

Guilherme Araújo Pimentel – Université MonsBelgium 

Cooperation Project: Technology, Energy and Natural Resources: New Paths to Sustainability 

Laura Roberta Pinto Utz – University of Salford, UK 

Cooperation Project: Office of the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research 

Rodrigo Sebastian Iglesias – Linnaeus UniversitySweden 

Cooperation Project: Technology, Energy and Natural Resources: New Paths to Sustainability 

Sandra Mara Oliveira Eiloft – Université Paris-Sud, France 

Cooperation Project: Office of the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research 

Fabian Vargas – University of Toulouse/University of Graz, France 

Cooperation Project: Technological Advances for the Development of an Interconnected World 

To find out about new PUCRS-PrInt calls in the Work Missions Abroad category, please visit the website or contact us by email: [email protected] 

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