CAPES code: 33019010003P5
CAPES Assessment Area: MEDICINE III
CAPES Grade: Academic Masters – Grade 3
Course recognized in accordance with MEC Ordinance No. 609, of 3/14/2019 – DOU of 3/18/2019.
The Master’s Program in Research in Surgery encompasses the multidisciplinary approach involved in the scope of the various surgical specialties, through clinical or experimental investigations, being inter and transdisciplinary and encouraging inter-institutional cooperation. In this stricto sensu program, the student must comply with the core of formative disciplines, necessary to consolidate teaching and research concepts, whose purpose is to prepare him for the exercise of teaching and research, expose him to scientific methodology, with tools that encourage critical judgment of information, developing and stimulating self-learning and continuing education.
Holders of a higher education diploma in different areas of knowledge and who can interact with research for the development of medical-surgical specialties.
According to the schedule of disciplines offered during the program.
Master’s: 24 months
Master: 25 credits.
Curriculum and research project analysis, in continuous flow.
Coordination: Prof. Dr. Fernando de Andrade Quintanilha Ribeiro
Vice-Coordination: Prof. Dr. Roberto Augusto Caffaro
Prof. Dr. Antonio Pedro Flores Auge
Prof. Dr. Fabio Gonçalves Ferreira
Prof. Dr. Nilson Roberto Severino
Prof. Dr. Roberto Saad Junior
Profa. Dra. Sônia Maria Rolim Rosa Lima
Student representative: Yasmin Diz Y Gil Corbi
The Research in Surgery program, at the Academic Master’s level, is contemplated in three Areas of Concentration and nine lines of research, detailed below:
1 – AREA OF CONCENTRATION: CARE AND WELL-BEING OF THE SURGICAL PATIENT
1.1 – DEVELOPMENT, EVALUATION AND APPLICABILITY OF NEW SURGICAL TECHNIQUES AND USE OF BIOMATERIALS
Description: Experiment in the development and creation of approach techniques in the surgical procedure with or without the use of new materials.
Professors involved: Roberto Augusto Caffaro / José Eduardo Lutaif Dolci / Luiz Antônio Rivetti / Giancarlo Cavalli Polesello.
1.2 – MICROSURGIES, MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERIES, USING NEW SURGICAL TECHNIQUES OR MATERIALS
Description: Study of the use of materials and techniques that allow less surgical aggression to the patient and, therefore, a faster and more adequate recovery.
Professors involved: Paulo Augusto Ayroza Galvão Ribeiro / Luiz Antônio Rivetti / Giancarlo Cavalli Polesello / José Carlos Esteves Veiga / Antônio Pedro Flores Auge / Luiz Gustavo Morato de Toledo / Guilherme Brasileiro de Aguiar.
1.3 – PREVENTION, EVALUATION AND PREPARATION OF THE SURGICAL ACT AND THE POST-OPERATIVE ACT
Description: Study of the necessary care to avoid or minimize possible risks to the surgical patient.
Professors involved: Marcelo Vaz Perez.
2 – AREA OF CONCENTRATION: SOCIAL REINSERTION AND QUALITY OF LIFE
2.1 – BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS AND ITS PRE AND POST SURGICAL SYMPTOMS
Description: The need for care for surgical patients in order to alleviate possible anesthetic or invasive compromises.
Teachers involved: Roberto Stirbulov / Carlos Alberto Malheiros / Fernando de Andrade Quintanilha Ribeiro / Sônia Maria Rolim Rosa Lima.
2.2 – SURGERIES AIMED AT WOMEN’S WELL-BEING AND SOCIAL REINSERTION
Description: Study inherent to invasive or non-invasive procedures, and support in the social reintegration of women, mainly oncology.
Teachers involved: Helizabet Salomão Abdalla Ayroza Ribeiro / Vilmar Marques de Oliveira.
2.3 – QUALITY OF LIFE BEFORE AND/OR AFTER SURGICAL PROCEDURE
Description: Necessary care to ease the suffering that may occur before or after surgical procedures in certain diseases.
Teachers involved: André de Campos Duprat / Nilson Roberto Severino, Vera Lúcia dos Santos Alves / José Carlos Esteves Veiga / Antônio Pedro Flores Auge / Luis Gustavo Morato de Toledo.
3 – AREA OF CONCENTRATION: TISSUE REPAIR
3.1 – TISSUE AGGRESSION AND REGENERATION
Description: Human or animal tissue evaluation regarding their behavior in the face of processes that interfere with their recovery.
Professors involved: Paulo Roberto Lazarini / Roberto Meves / Nilson Roberto Severino.
3.2 – SURGERY OF DISORDERS OF CELLULAR BEHAVIOR AND HEALING
Description: Concerning the study of tissue behavior characteristics in terms of development and repair.
Professors involved: Fernando de Andrade Quintanilha Ribeiro / Antonio José Gonçalves / Luiz Arnaldo Szutan / Roberto Saad Jr. / Paulo Kassab.
3.3 – STUDY OF INFLAMMATORY AND METABOLIC CHANGES RELATED TO THE SURGICAL PROCEDURE.
Description: Referring to the normal or pathological behavior in the process of tissue surgical aggression.
Professors involved: Adhemar Monteiro Pacheco Jr. / Fábio Gonçalves Ferreira / Tercio de Campos / José Cesar Assef / André de Campos Duprat.
Prof.º Dr. Fernando de Andrade Quintanilha Ribeiro