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Research

Nowadays, the FAMB graduate program has three huge research lines that have been recently restructured from old lines:

  • Molecular Biophysics;
  • Medical Physics;
  • Physics of Complex Systems.

 

Each research field has a balanced number of research projects and researchers. Molecular Biophysics involves researchers who are interested in studying the behavior of biological molecules employing physics concepts and methods such as the so-called spectroscopic techniques. In Medical Physics, the researchers have a strong focus on the Physics/Medicine interface and work on topics such as radiotherapy, radiodiagnostics, medical images, among others. Finally, in the field of Complex Systems Physics the researchers work in topics such as neurosciences, complex networks, and statistics of biological systems with a strong focus on theoretical and computational models. It can be inferred, therefore, that the fields of research, although presented separately, have common interests so that the researchers can work in an integrated and flexible way.



Grupo de Inovação em Instrumentação Médica e Ultrasom – GIIMUS

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Docentes: Adilton Carneiro – Theo Pavan


Inbrain

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Docentes: Carlos Garrido – Renata Leoni


Laboratório de Sistemas Neurais – SisNe

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Docentes: Antônio Carlos Roque


Simulação Monte Carlo Aplicada à Radioterapia – SMART

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Docentes: Patrícia Nicolucci


Sensors e Materials – Sensormat

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Docentes: Marcelo Mulato


Grupo de Computação em Sinais e Imagens Médicas – CSIM

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Docentes: Luiz Otávio Murta


Molecular Biophysics – LBM

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Docentes: Antônio José da Costa Filho


Photobiophysics

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Docentes: Luciano Bachmann – Amando Ito – Iouri Borissevitch – George Cunha Cardoso


Laboratório de Modelagem em Sistemas Complexos

Docentes: Alexandre Souto Martinez


Física Radiológica e Dosimetria

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Docentes: Martin Poletti – Patrícia Nicolucci


Laboratório de Biomagnetismo

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Docente: Oswaldo Baffa Filho