Post-Graduation in Gynecology and Obstetrics

 

Post-Graduation in Gynecology and Obstetrics

 

The Gynecology and Obstetrics Post-Graduation Program aims to form Professors and researchers capable of developing research related to women’s health focused on three main areas: Maternal and Perinatal Health, Gynecological Pathophysiology, Gynecologic and Breast Oncology, with seventeen lines of research. The course offers a set of activities including the required disciplines with quality content for the development of research skills, improvement in scientific production and nucleation capacity. It entails training researchers, which are qualified to perform high-level research.

The course in the Gynecology and Obstetrics Post-Graduation Program confirmed grade 7 (the maximum) in the CAPES evaluation for the quadrennium 2013/2016.

 

Program Committee

Coordinator: Ph.D. José Guilherme Cecatti

Ph.D. Fernanda Garanhani de Castro Surita

Ph.D. Maria Laura Costa do Nascimento

Ph.D. Dr. Luiz Francisco Cintra Baccaro

Committee term: 10/06/2018 a 09/06/2020

 

Post Graduate Student Representative (2018/2019):

José Paulo de Siqueira Guida

Anna Valéria Gueldini de Moraes

 

Secretary: Melissa - pgtoco@fcm.unicamp.br

 

Phone: +55(19) 3521-9143

Time: 8:30 a.m. to 17:00 p.m.

 

RESEARCH AREAS OF AND ACCREDITED LECTURERS

Concentration Areas – Sub-divisions:

·         AC – Maternal and Perinatal Health

·         AD – Gynecological Pathophysiology

·         AE - Gynecologic and Breast Oncology

 

Titles – Master degree (MSc) or Doctor degree (PhD) in Health Sciences

 

Lines of Research and Lecturers/Faculty

 

  1. Biopsychosocial aspects of human sexuality 

•          Arlete Maria dos Santos Fernandes

•          Egberto Ribeiro Turato

•          João Luiz de Carvalho Pinto e Silva

•          Maria José Martins Duarte Osis

•          Maria Yolanda Makuch

•          Rodolfo de Carvalho Pacagnella

 

2) Clinical, histopathological and molecular biology aspects in lower genital tract diseases

•          Cassia Raquel Teatin Juliato

•          Daniela Angerame Yela Gomes

•          Júlio César Teixeira

•          Luis Otávio Zanatta Sarian

•          Luiz Carlos Zeferino

•          Sophie Françoise Mauricette Derchain

•          Luiz Gustavo de Oliveira Brito

 

     3) Clinical and biochemical aspects of hypertension in pregnancy

•          Fernanda Garanhani de Castro Surita

•          João Luiz de Carvalho Pinto e Silva

•          José Guilherme Cecatti

•          Maria Laura Costa do Nascimento

•          Mary Angela Parpinelli

•          Renato Passini Junior

 

  4) Clinical, morphological and molecular aspects in gynecological cancer

•          Júlio César Teixeira

•          Luis Otávio Zanatta Sarian

•          Luiz Carlos Zeferino

•          Sophie Françoise Mauricette Derchain

•          Rachel Hanish

 

   5) Clinical, morphological and molecular aspects in breast cancer

•          César Cabello dos Santos

•          Luis Otávio Zanatta Sarian

•          Luiz Carlos Zeferino

•          Sophie Françoise Mauricette Derchain

 

6) Assessment of clinical and ethical issues in research

·         Maria José Martins Duarte Osis

·         Renato Passini Jr

 

   7) Epidemiology and immunological, microbiological and therapeutic aspects of sexually transmitted diseases / HIV / AIDS and the vaginal ecosystem

•          Eliana Martorano Amaral

•          Paulo César Giraldo

•          Ana Lucia Valadares

 

   8) Epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment of infertility and related endocrinopathologies

•          Arlete Maria dos Santos Fernandes

•          Cassia Raquel Teatin Juliato

•          Cristina Laguna Benetti Pinto

•          Daniela Angerame Yela Gomes

•          Luis Guillermo Bahamondes

•          Luiz Francisco Cintra Baccaro

 

   9) Climacteric Epidemiology, clinical outcomes, psychosocial and therapeutic

•          Adriana Orcesi Pedro

•          Lúcia Helena Simões da Costa Paiva

•          Luiz Francisco Cintra Baccaro

•          Ana Lucia Valadares

 

10) Maternal and fetal outcome related infections in the pregnancy-puerperal cycle

•          Eliana Martorano Amaral

•          Fernanda Garanhani de Castro Surita

•          João Luiz de Carvalho Pinto e Silva

•          José Guilherme Cecatti

•          Maria Laura Costa do Nascimento

•          Maria Yolanda Makuch

•          Mary Angela Parpinelli

•          Renato Passini Junior

•          Rodolfo de Carvalho Pacagnella

 

   11) Severe Maternal Morbidity (NEAR MISS) and Maternal Mortality

·          José Guilherme Cecatti

·          Mary Angela Parpinelli

·          Eliana Martorano Amaral

·          Maria Laura Costa do Nascimento

·          Rodolfo de Carvalho Pacagnella

·          Fernanda Garanhani de Castro Surita

·          João Paulo Dias de Souza

 

   12) Imaging applied to women's and perinatal health

•          Fernanda Garanhani de Castro Surita

•          José Guilherme Cecatti

•          Sophie Françoise Mauricette Derchain

 

   13) Clinical and molecular impact of the use of contraceptive methods

•          Arlete Maria dos Santos Fernandes

•          Ilza Maria Urbano Monteiro

•          Luis Guillermo Bahamondes

•          Cássia Raquel Teatin Juliato

•          Luiz Gustavo de Oliveira Brito

 

   14) Implications of the use of several hormonal treatments on bone mass in women

 

•          Ilza Maria Urbano Monteiro

•          Lúcia Helena Simões da Costa Paiva

•          Luis Guillermo Bahamondes

 

   15) Maternal and fetal outcomes related to infections in the pregnancy-puerperal cycle

•          Eliana Martorano Amaral

•          José Guilherme Cecatti

•          Renato Passini Junior

 

16) Reproductive Health and Healthy Habits, including Obesity and Adolescence

•          Egberto Ribeiro Turato

•          Eliana Martorano Amaral

•          Fernanda Garanhani de Castro Surita

•          João Luiz de Carvalho Pinto e Silva

•          Maria Yolanda Makuch

 

TARGET AUDIENCE

Obstetricians and Gynecologists and non-obstetrician and gynecologist medical doctors, psychologists, nurses, physical therapists, social workers and other professionals involved with women's health.

 

COMPULSORY COURSES

Compulsory for M.Sc.

• TG582 - Epidemiology for Clinical Research

• TG583 - Research Methodology in Human Reproduction I

• TG586 - Research Methodology in Human Reproduction II

• TG608 - Medical Pedagogy in Gynecology

• TG609 - Special Didactics in Gynecology

 

Compulsory for Ph.D.

  • TG 587 - Advanced Research Methodology in Human Reproduction
  • TG 590 - Seminars in Reproductive Health
  • TG 615 - Scientometrics

 

Elective Courses

  • TG 588 - Clinical-Qualitative Methodology applied to the Health Area
  • TG 589 - Development of Scientific Work in Clinical-Qualitative Methodology

 

GUIDELINES FOR THESES AND DISSERTATION EXAMINATIONS

Procedures for Defense

Requirements:

• Approval on the Qualifying Examination.

• Submission of the article related to the dissertation / thesis

See here the new Defense request process.

 

Other guidelines

The Co-advisor cannot attend the Award Committee; therefore his name must be registered in the copies of the dissertation and defense Act, and in case the supervisor cannot attend, he will be replaced by the Co-advisor.

• It will be up to the program Commission to approve the nominees to compose the examination board;

• For the composition of the examination board for master’s degree, three members must be appointed (the advisor, an external member and a member from Unicamp) and two alternates (one external and one from Unicamp).

• For the composition of the examination board for Doctorate degree, five members must be appointed (the advisor, two external members and two members from Unicamp) and three alternate members (at least one external member).

The student should contact the members of the Examining Board on the availability date and time, deliver the invitations to participate and provide all the audiovisual material to be used during the presentation.

The catalographic card is required along with copy of the thesis. Request from the FCM Library, with 3 keywords and the thesis title page.

Financial support for the participation of external professor in the examination board

Procedures

Forward to the Program office, a copy of the CPF, RG and bank details (s) of the invited professor (s), at least 30 days before the defense.

 

PROCEDURES FOR QUALIFYING EXAMINATION

Requirements:

1. Complete the credits required by the Program

2. Achieve the reading skills exam in English Language

 

See here the new Qualification request process

 

Important: It is for the student to contact the professors chosen to compose the board on the availability, date and time as well as deliver the invitations.

About the Examination:

• Masters: consists of Methodological Training evaluation, where the student must give an expository, clear and didactic class, on one of the methods used in the development of his/her dissertation. The duration of the class must be from 30 to 60 minutes.

• Doctorate: consists of a Scientific Training evaluation, where the student must submit, in an expository, objective and didactic manner, an original research plan, related to the thesis project. The plan should include the definition of objectives, the methodological aspects and a literature review on the theme. The exposure time is 30 to 60 minutes.

The Qualifying Examination will be held for a board of examiners composed of three full professors and one alternate, holders of at least the title of Doctor. The Advisor is the president of the board.

At the time of the examination, the President will develop along with the others a final assessment to be delivered to the Obstetrics and Gynecology Post-Graduate Program Commission. The assessment shall include if the student passed or failed.

In case of failure, further examination will be carried out.