The start of teaching activities for the second semester of the Stricto Sensu postgraduate courses at Bahiana featured a special program, held on August 4, at Campus Cabula. The event opened with a performance by Coral Canta Bahiana and a table composed by the dean of Research, Innovation and Stricto Sensu Post-Graduation, Dr. Atson Fernandes, accompanied by the dean of Lato Sensu Undergraduate and Post-Graduation Teaching, Dr. Maria de Lourdes de Freitas Gomes, Agnaldo Freitas, representing the Secretary of Technology and Innovation of the State of Bahia, prof. Fernando Carvalho, representing UNEB, Thamile Accioly, executive director of the Maria Emília Foundation, and Dr. Ana Marice Ladeira, coordinator of the Master's and Doctorate Program in Medicine and Human Health.
The program focused on contemporary technologies, entrepreneurship and health. The first lecture was given by Prof. Dr. Alzir Mahl from GetIN Accelerator, who explained the theme "From idea to innovation: where to start?". Afterwards, Prof. Dr. Roberto Luiz Souza Monteiro (SENAI/CIMATEC) explored the topic "AI as a mechanism for technological transformation with social impact".
"It is a rich moment for postgraduate studies, because we welcome our students and professors and this is important to keep them motivated", pointed out Dr. Atson Fernandes. Students from the Master's and Doctorate courses in Medicine and Human Health were present; Professional Master in Health Technologies and Professional Master in Psychology and Health Interventions.
The event takes place on August 4th, at Auditorium 2 of Campus Cabula.
The program was managed by the Nursing course and had students and professors from all courses of the Bahiana.
Research and Innovation
The initiative has a partnership with the Maria Emília Foundation.