Victor Hugo Do VB


Dr. Victor Hugo Bastos has a degree in Physiotherapy from the Brazilian Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, a specialist in Neurophysiology, a Masters in Human Molecular Sciences from Castelo Branco University and a Ph.D. in Psychiatry and Mental Health from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He is currently a contributing professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and an adjunct professor at the Federal University of Piaui. He taught for 2 years at the Federal University of Vouchers of Jequitinhonha and Mucuri - UFVJM / Diamantina - MG in the disciplines of Neurofunctional Physiotherapy and supervised internship in Neurofunctional Physiotherapy. He has experience in the area of Neurofunctional Physiotherapy, with emphasis on Neuroplastic Changes in Neurofunctional Physiotherapy, working mainly on the following topics: physical therapy, neurological physical recovery, EEGq, Neuroplasticity, Neuroanatomy, Neurophysiology, and Neuroscience.

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His research interests mainly focus on Neurosciences of Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy, Physical and functional recovery, Neuroplasticity systems, Electroencephalography and cortical plasticity, motor learning / relearning, motor control.

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