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Paulo Nunes Costa Filho


In the academic area, he has a bachelor's degree and a bachelor's degree in physical education, earning the Cum Laude diploma of academic dignity from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). He has a Specialization in Sports Training (UFRJ), Specialization in Swimming and Water Activities from Gama Filho University and a Master in Biodynamics of Human Movement (UFRJ). He is a PhD student in Biophysics (UFRJ). Completed Python Data Structures (University of Michigan), Divide and Conquer, Sorting and Searching, and Randomized Algorithms (University Oxford), and Finding Hidden Messages in DNA - Bioinformatics I (University San Diego). She is an intern at the Immunophysiology Laboratory of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences - UFRJ, researching the effects of voluntary and forced physical exercise on the immune system related to: immunophenotypic characterizations related to hematopoietic stem cell differentiation for myeloid, lymphoid and plasmocyte strains from the spinal cord. bone; it's the lymphocyte profile and thymic and splenic morphological characterization of aging mice; In the military area, he is an official of CBMERJ concluding the officer training course (Higher Education - CFE / MEC Opinion No. 722 of 12/03/92), officer training course (Lato Sensu Postgraduate in Operational Management in Organizations / CPERJ ) and the military firefighter's command course. He has a specialization in salvage at sea, rescue vessel operations and prehospital emergency care.

Research Interests:

I am particularly interested in physiology and biochemistry of exercise, immunophysiology, physical and health activities and sports training (aerobic and strength).

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