Graduate Program in Internal Medicine

Graduate Program in Internal Medicine

 

Selection Process - For Foreign not resident in Brazil - Second Half 2019

 

Graduate Program in Internal Medicine

The Internal Medicine Graduate Program aims at training high-level teaching staff and researchers in various areas of Internal Medicine. The course emphasizes interdisciplinary and critical scientific training, qualification and course nucleation. This proposal led to the creation of an interdisciplinary-themed graduate program in specific areas of knowledge, employing complementary lines of research.

Its target audience is physicians and non-physicians and course durations are 12-30 months for Masters Degrees (M.Sc.) and 24-48 months for Ph.D. courses.

Program Committee

Committee term: 01/08/2017 a 31/07/2019

Coordinator: Denise Engelbrecht Zantut Wittmann MD, PhD.

Sub-Coordinator: Margareth Castro Ozelo MD, PhD.

Sub-Coordinator: Celso Dario Ramos MD, PhD.

Sub-Coordinator: Plinio Trabasso MD, PhD.

Graduate student representative: Sibila Floriano Landim

Secretary: Yuri Ferreira de Lima

Email: pgclmed@fcm.unicamp.br

Phone: +55 19 35219292

Business hours: From 8:00am to 5:00pm

Research areas and Accredited Lectures

Research areas

AA – Internal Medicine

AC – Education for the Health Professions

 

Lines of Research and Researchers

1.        Clinical and Molecular Dermatology

Aparecida Machado de Moraes, MD, PhD

Gislaine Ricci Leonardi, Md, PHD

Maria Beatriz Puzzi, MD, PhD

Paulo Eduardo Neves Ferreira Velho, MD, PhD

Renata Ferreira Magalhães, MD, PhD

 

2.        Development of pharmacologically active compounds

Gislaine Ricci Leonardi, Md, PHD

João Ernesto de Carvalho, MD, PhD

Ney Carter do Carmo Borges, MD, PhD

Rodney Alexandre Ferreira Rodrigues, MD, PhD

 

3.        Clinical and Molecular Endocrinology

Bruno Geloneze Neto, MD, PhD

Celso Dario Ramos, MD, PhD

Danilo Glauco Pereira Villagelin Neto, MD, PhD

Denise Engelbrecht Zantut Wittmann, MD, PhD

Eduardo Rochete Ropelle, MD, PhD

Eliana Cotta de Faria, MD, PhD

Elizabeth João Pavin, MD, PhD

Elza Olga Ana Muscelli Berardi, MD, PhD

Heraldo Mendes Garmes, MD, PhD

Jacqueline Mendonça Lopes de Faria, MD, PhD

Laura Sterian Ward, MD, PhD

Licio Augusto Velloso, MD, PhD

Maria Candida Ribeiro Parisi, MD, PhD

Mario Jose Abdalla Saad, MD, PHD

Patricia de Oliveira Prada, MD, PhD

Sarah Monte Alegre, MD, PhD

 

4.      Clinical and Molecular Gastroenterology

Celso Dario Ramos, MD, PhD

Cristiane Kibune Nagasako Vieira da Cruz , MD, PhD

Daniel Ferraz de Campos Mazo, MD, PhD

 

5.        Clinical and Molecular Hematology

Carla Fernanda Franco Penteado MD, PhD

Carmino Antonio De Souza, MD, PhD

Celso Dario Ramos, MD, PhD

Fabio Henrique da Silva, MD, PhD

Fernanda Loureiro de Andrade Orsi, MD, PhD

Fernando Ferreira Costa, MD, PhD

Irene Gyongyver Heidemarie Lorand Metze, MD, PhD

Jose Vassallo, MD, PhD

Joyce Maria Annichino Bizzacchi, MD, PhD

Katia Borgia Barbosa Pagnano, MD, PhD

Lilian Maria de Castilho, MD, PhD

Margareth Castro Ozelo, MD, PhD

Marcus Alexandre Finzi Corat , MD, PhD

Mônica Barbosa de Mélo, MD, PhD

Patricia Maria Bergamo favaro, MD, PhD

Sara Teresinha Olalla Saad, MD, PhD

 

6.      Clinical and Molecular Immunology

Carmino Antonio de Souza, MD, PhD

Fernando Guimarães, MD, PhD

Ibsen Belinni Coimbra, Md, PhD

Irene Gyongyver Heidemarie Lorand Metze, MD, PhD

Licio Augusto Velloso, MD, PhD

Lilian Tereza Lavras Costallat, MD, PhD

Manoel Barros Bertolo, MD, PhD

Marcio Chaim Bagjelman, MD, PhD

Marilda Mazzali, MD, PhD

Ricardo de Lima Zollner, MD, PhD

Zoraida Sachetto, MD, PhD

 

7.        Clinical and Molecular Aspects of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology

Celso Dario Ramos, MD, PhD

Clarice Weis Arns, MD, PhD

Maria Luiza Moretti, MD, PhD

Mariangela Ribeiro Resende, MD, PhD

Paulo Eduardo Neves Ferreira Velho, MD, PhD

Plinio Trabasso, MD, PhD

Sandra Helena Alves Bonon, MD, PhD

Sandra Cecilia Botelho Costa, MD, PhD

Thiago Martins Santos, MD, PhD

 

8.        Clinical and Molecular Nephrology

Celso Dario Ramos, MD, PhD

Jose Antonio Rocha Gontijo, MD, PhD

Jose Butori Lopes De Faria, MD, PhD

Rodrigo Bueno de Oliveira, MD, PhD

 

9.      Clinical and Molecular Oncology

André Deeke Sasse, MD, PhD

Allan de Oliveira Santos, MD, PhD

Carmen Silvia Passos Lima, MD, PhD

Celso Dario Ramos, MD, PhD

Elba Cristina As de Camargo Etchebehere, MD, PhD

Fernando Guimarães, MD, PhD

Gustavo jacob Lourenço, MD, PhD

Irene Gyongyver Heidemarie Lorand Metze, MD, PhD

Jose Barreto Campello Carvalheira, MD, PhD

Jose Vassallo, MD, PhD

Marcio Chaim Bajgelman, MD, PhD

 

10.    Clinical and Molecular Pneumology

Ilma Aparecida Paschoal, MD, PhD

Mônica Corso Pereira, MD, PhD

 

11.    Cardiovascular System

Celso Dario Ramos, MD, PhD

Eliana Cotta de Faria, MD, PhD

Roberto Schreiber, MD, PhD

Thiago Martins Santos, MD, PhD

Wilson Nadruz Junior, MD, PhD

 

12.  Muscular, Articular, Skeletal and Connective Tissue Diseases

Ibsen Bellini Coimbra, MD, PhD

Lilian Tereza Lavras Costallat, MD, PhD

Manoel Barros Bertolo, MD, PhD

Zoraida Sachetto, MD, PhD

 

13.    Cell Infusion and Organ Transplantation

Anderson de Oliveira Lobo, MD, PhD

Cármino Antônio de Souza, MD, PhD

Marilda Mazzali, MD, PhD

Marcus Alexandre Finzi Corat, MD, PhD

Raquel Silveira Bello Stucchi, MD, PhD

 

14.    Central and Peripheral Nervous System and Neurological Disorders

Eduardo Rochete Ropelle, MD, PhD

 

15.  Education for the Health Professions

Angelica Maria Bicudo Zeferino, MD, PhD

Eliana Martorano Amaral, MD, PhD

Keila Miriam Monteiro de Carvalho, MD, PhD

Licio Augusto Velloso, MD,PhD

Luis Fernando Farah de Tofoli, MD, PhD

Marco Antonio de Carvalho Filho, MD, PhD

Maria Candida Ribeiro Parisi, MD, PhD

Nelson Filice de Barros, MD, PhD

Paulo Eduardo Neves Ferreira Velho, MD, PhD

Simone Appenzeller, MD, PhD.

 

Application process

Only participants who have successfully completed the application process will be accepted as regular students in the program. The application process takes place every 6 to12 months.

Mandatory courses in the area of Internal Medicine (AA)

Master’s Degree Program (Students enrolled in 2019)

CL001 – The Interdisciplinary Bases of Internal Medicine

CL513 – Biostatistics and Scientific Methods

CL514 – Methods for Education in the Health Professions in the Medical Area

CL521 - Scientific Seminars in Internal Medicine

 

Doctorate Degree Program (Students enrolled in 2019)

CL502 – Scientific Methods

CL521 - Scientific Seminars in Internal Medicine

 

Mandatory courses in the area Education in the Health Professions (AC)

Master’s Degree Program (Students enrolled in 2019)

CL513 – Biostatistics and Scientific Methods

CL514 – Methods for Education in the Health Professions in the Medical Area

CL515 – The Interdisciplinary Perspective on Education in the Health Professions

CL521 - Scientific Seminars in Internal Medicine

 

Doctorate Degree Program (Students enrolled in 2019)

CL516 – Research Methods for Education in the Health Professions

CL521 - Scientific Seminars in Internal Medicine

 

If students have already taken any of these courses during their Master’s Degree Program, they may bring a copy of their academic records and fill out an application for the co-validation of courses (forms available at the FCM website).

 

Procedures For Qualifying Exam

In order to take the Qualifying Exam, the student needs to:

·                     Have completed the courses required by the program;

·                     Have passed a test to evaluate reading skills in the English language;

·                     Final approval of the project by the University’s Ethics Committee.

·                     Master’s Degree Program: Demonstrate submission of an article to an internationally-circulating journal indexed by SCI, with impact factor greater than 1.0, describing the contents of the Thesis.

·                     Doctorate’s Degree Program: Present proof of the acceptance of a full article by an internationally-circulating journal indexed by SCI, describing the contents of the Thesis.

It is considered as student’s responsibilities:

·                Check validity and adequacy of Academic Records

·         To schedule the date and place of the qualifying exam, the student should consult the availability of amphitheaters at the Graduate School department’s website http://www.fcm.unicamp.br/fcm/pos-graduacao ). Then, send an email with the subject “agendapg@fcm.unicamp.br: Book Room CPG”, indicating the room/amphitheater, day, time and reservation details (Master’s, Doctorate, student’s name, advisor’s name and course)

·                Contact professors/researchers chosen to take part in the examining committee, to verify availability for the scheduled date and time.

Guidelines For Defense of Theses And Dissertation

A Dissertation or Thesis defense may be requested after the student:

·                     Passes his/her Qualifying Exam

·                     Master’s degree program: Presents proof of the submission of an article to an internationally circulating scientific journal that is indexed by SCI, with impact factor greater than 1.0, describing the contents of the Master’s Dissertation (student must be first author).

·                     Doctorate degree program: Presents proof of the acceptance of an article by an internationally circulating scientific journal that is indexed by SCI, with impact factor greater than 1.0, describing the contents of the Doctoral Thesis (student must be first author).