Carlos Eduardo Pinfildi
Is Professor of Physiotherapy at University Federal of São Paulo - Brazil - Campus Baixada Santista. He has graduated from Imes - Fafica (2002), Master and Ph.D in Health Science at Unifesp (2004, 2008) and Postdoctoral at Griffith University - Australia (2015). He has experience in musculoskeletal injuries related to sports and degenerative disorders. He has been studying the physical agents, for instance low level laser therapy, ultrasound and neuromuscular electrical stimulation in tissue healing mainly in tendon, muscles and pain management.
Bachelor's at Physical Education from Universidade Metropolitana de Santos (1982), master's at Fitness from Universidade de São Paulo (1999) and Ph.D. at Fitness from Universidade de São Paulo (2006). Has experience in Fitness, focusing on Fitness, acting on the Following subjects: swimming, physical activity, body composition, physical performance and anaerobic threshold.
Helga Tatiana Tucci
Received her bachelor’s degree from Universidade de Ararquara, a Master’s and a PhD in Medical Science – Emphasis in Rehabilitation from Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil). Part of her PhD was done at University of Washington. She is currently Professor in the Department of Department of Human Moviment Science Graduate Program at Universidade Federal de São Paulo. Her research interests are in shoulder biomechanics and in electromyography fatigue and exercise training.
João Paulo Botero
Graduated in Physical Education from the Federal University of São Carlos (2001), MA in Physiological Sciences from the Federal University of São Carlos (2004) and PhD in Physiological Sciences from the Federal University of São Carlos (2010). Adjunct professor at the Federal University of São Paulo, Santos Campus, in the course of Physical Education and professor the Postgraduate Interdisciplinary Program in Health Sciences. Head of the Department of Human Movement Sciences. Experience in the area of Physical Education, acting on the following topics: Exercise and Aging Exercise and Obesity, Exercise Physiology, Resistive Exercise and Sports Training.
Odair Aguiar Júnior
Degree in Biological Sciences from the State University of Campinas (Unicamp) in 1997, where he also received a Ph.D. in Cellular and Structural Biology and postdoctoral studies in Molecular Biology. He is currently Adjunct Professor IV of the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP), Campus Santos, where Deputy Academic Director (2015-2019). It is guiding the Postgraduate Program "Interdisciplinary Health Sciences" and "Food, Nutrition and Health". It has experience in animal cytogenetics, molecular biology and sperm ultrastructural analysis . Currently investigating aspects of "Pathophysiology of the Male Reproductive System" with emphasis on the study of testis and epididymal physiology under the action of exogenous substances and / or potentially damaging physiological conditions. His group also explores natural substances as possible protectors to testis and epididymal functions.
Maria Stella Peccin
Bachelors in Physical Therapy (Faculdade de Ciências da Saúde do Instituto de Porto Alegre - 1990), Specialist in ‘Superior Education Methodology’ and in the ‘Locomotor System in Sports’. Master’s in Rehabilitation (Federal University of Sao Paulo [UNIFESP] - 2001) and PhD in Sciences in the Department of Internal Medicine and Therapeutics (Federal University of Sao Paulo [UNIFESP] - 2005). Former Chairwoman for the Department of Human Movement Sciences (UNIFESP, 2011-2014). Currently serving as a researcher at the Brazilian Cochrane Centre, professor and mentor for the graduate program in Evidence-based health care and interdisciplinary in Health Sciences (UNIFESP). Coordinator for the multi-professional residency program in Orthopedics and Traumatology (UNIFESP). Coordinator for the ‘Project Health and Sports: an interdisciplinary approach partnered with the pro-sports Foundation of Santos’. Areas of expertise include but are not limited to Education and Health focusing on evidence-based practice, research methodology, musculoskeletal and sports rehabilitation (assessment, promotion, prevention and recovery).
Rogério Cruz de Oliveira
Undergraduate in Physical Education from the State University of Goiás (2002), Master degree in Physical Education from the State University of Campinas (2006) and Ph.D. in Physical Education from the State University of Campinas (2010). Adjunct Professor III of the Federal University of São Paulo, Campus Santos (SP). Professor accredited in Graduate Programs Stricto Sensu Education in Health Sciences (Professional Mode) and Interdisciplinary Health Sciences at the same institution. He has experience in the area of Physical Education, acting mainly on the following subjects: Pedagogical Practice in Physical Education, Body and culture, Body and Health, Cultural diversity and Physical Education, Qualitative Research in Physical Education, Sports Learning, Teaching Physical Education, and Vocational training in physical education and health practices.
Wagner Luiz do Prado
Wagner Luiz do Prado: received the Bacharel Degree in Physical Education from Faculdade de Educação Física de Santo André - Brazil (1999); the M.S Degree in Physiological Science at from Federal University of São Carlos - Brazil (2004), and Ph.D Degree in Nutrition from Federal University of São Paulo - Brazil (2007). Currently he is Professor at Human Science Departament from Federal University of São - Santos - Brazil. Accredited Researcher by CNPq-Brazil.