Graduate Program

Biotechnoscience


The master’s and doctor’s degree programs are recognized by CAPES and aim at training qualified professionals in order to contribute to the development of Biotechnology in the country.

Research developed within the program involve frontier investigations in bioinformatics, tissue engineering, nanomedicine, biophotonics, reproductive biotechnology, vegetable biotechnology, medical physics and industrial enzimes.

The program’s main goal is to foster the academic-industry relationship, by training professionals not only in education and research, but also in the development of products and biotechnological processes.

Students are also encouraged to learn management abilities and entrepreneurship, through courses in intellectual property and technology transfer.

Research Areas:

Physical, chemical, and biological properties of complex molecules;

Methods applied to complex systems.

Levels:

Master’s and Doctor’s degrees.

 
Selection process:

Call for application usually opens in June/July and October/November.

More information about admission requirements and the application process are available on the program website.

 
Classes Begin:

Usually in February and September (depending on the year’s calendar).

 
Fees:

None.

 
Scholarship:

Limited availability, depending on case-by-case analysis.


Contact:

Website: propg.ufabc.edu.br/biotecnociencia

E-mail: ppgbtc@ufabc.edu.br


Program Website

Additional information about calls, application and deadlines, please go to the program Website

Faculty

NameResearch Areas
Arnaldo Rodrigues Dos Santos Junior
Carlos Alberto Da Silva
Danilo Da Cruz Centeno
Elizabeth Teodorov
Emery Cleiton Cabral Correia Lins
Felipe Chen Abrego
Fernanda Dias Da Silva
Fernando Carlos Giacomelli
Hana Paula Masuda
Herculano Da Silva Martinho
Jean Jacques Bonvent
Luciano Puzer
Luciano Soares Da Cruz
Marcela Sorelli Carneiro Ramos Impact of inflammatory response induced by ischemic renal injury on cardiac trophism; Contribution of the complement system in the modulation of cardiac hypertrophy induced by ischemic renal damage; Role of oxidative stress in cardiac hypertrophy induced by ischemic renal injury; Contribution of apoptosis in the modulation of cardiac trophism induced by ischemic renal injury
Marcella Pecora Milazzotto
Marcelo Augusto Christoffolete
Maria Martha Bernardi
Nathalia De Setta Costa
Patricia Aparecida Da Ana
Poliana Ramos Cardoso
Renata Simoes
Wanius Jose Garcia Da Silva