Rigo Wutzow KGP


She completed her graduation at Pharmacy from State University of Maringa. she completed her master's at Pre-clinic and clinical pharmacology from University of Chicago and doctorate at Pharmacology, from the University of Chicago, revalidated in Brazil at Physiology, from the University of Sao Paulo. She has experience in Physiology and Pharmacology, focusing on Neurophysiology and Neuropharmacology, active on the cardiometabolic programming psycho-emotional stress, circadian rhythm, blood pressure and heart rate variability, baroreflex sensitivity, neuroendocrine modulation of blood pressure and metabolism. In the clinics, she worked on pharmacolvigilance and pharmaceutical care. She is currently serving as a professor at the State University of Maringa and a professor in the post-graduation program in Bioscience and Physiopathology at the State University of Maringa.where she is also performing a post-doctoral in the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease field. She published many papers in national and International Journals

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Her research interest mainly focuses on Neurophysiology and Neuropharmacology,modulation of blood pressure and metabolism.

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