Research and Innovation
Studies carried out by Bahiana in partnership with universities from other countries were highlighted at the XIII Researchers Forum, held on October 20th, within the XXIII MCC program. Scientists and professors from the Stricto Sensu Postgraduate Program presented work on the panel “Research with social impact and international collaboration: experiences from Bahiana”. The opening panel was made up of the dean, Dr. Maria Luisa Carvalho Soliani, the director of Innovation at Fapesb and professor at Bahiana, Handerson Leite, by the chief of staff of the State Department of Science and Technology, Marcius de Almeida Gomes, and by the coordinator of the Master's Program in Psychology and Health Interventions, professor Mônica Daltro.
The dean of Research, Innovation and Stricto Sensu Postgraduate Studies, professor Atson Fernandes, highlighted the importance of these investigations not only in the academic context, but also for the health of populations in Brazil and other countries. “We celebrate all actions that transform lives through science,” he said. During the panel, mediated by Prof. Dr. Jaqueline Goes, the Health Mentors Program was presented. The program addresses teaching technology and participatory and interprofessional extension focused on the patient's experience. Prof. Dr. Milena Lisboa presented this work alongside researcher Cathy Kline, from the University of British Columbia, in Canada. Within the program, teachers from Bahiana Elen Beatriz Pinto and Marcela Costa presented the works “Participation in the AVERT DOSE multicenter study: connecting people and expanding experiences” and “Collaboration in multicenter studies at the Rare Diseases Outpatient Clinic: promoting the insertion of new strategies in health policies”, respectively.
The Forum awarded the Professor Humberto Castro Lima Award to the professor of the Medicine course and coordinator of the Master's and Doctorate Program in Medicine and Human Health, Ana Marice Teixeira Ladeia, chosen as researcher professor of the year. The Pelvic Floor Care Center Research Group – CAAP, led by professors Patrícia Virgínia Silva Lordêlo Garboggini and Maria Clara Neves Pavie Cardoso Lima, won the Consolidated Research Group Award of the year, and the Neuroscience Research Group, led by professors Marcela Câmara Machado Costa and Marilaine Matos de Menezes Ferreira, was awarded Best Consolidation Research Group of the year. The Prof. Award Carlos Alberto Marcílio de Souza was the doctoral student of the Medicine and Human Health program Luciana Sobral da Silveira Silva, with the thesis “Clinical and epidemiological determinants of tuberculosis and losses in the cascade of care among children and adolescents in contact with cases of pulmonary tuberculosis in Brazil”, under the guidance of prof. Dr. Bruno de Bezerril Andrade.
The Prof. Award Dr. Bernardo Galvão Castro-Filho was awarded for the best dissertations. In the Medicine and Human Health Program, Daniele Piai Ozores was awarded, with the work “Prevalence of uveitis in HTLV-1 patients at the Reference Center for HTLV in Salvador, Brazil”, with the guidance of Dr. Maria Fernanda Rios Grassi; in the Health Technologies Program, the award went to Mônica Andrade Rios, with the work “Development of a proposal for physical exercises to control pain and fatigue in post-Covid-19 individuals based on evidence”, under the guidance of prof. Dr. Kátia Sá and, in the Psychology and Health Interventions Program, the work “Stressors in an intensive care unit for the elderly: an intervention proposal”, by master's student Thalita Sacramento Almeida de Morais, under the guidance of professor Dr. Suzane Bandeira de Magalhães.
The XIII Researchers Forum was part of the XXIII MCC program
First edition of the Scientific and Cultural Exhibition of Bahiana, held in person after the pandemic, reaffirmed scientific practice as well as political practice.
Research and Innovation
The opening conference was given by the institution's professor, Jaqueline Goes.
The award recognizes researchers for their trajectory and contribution to the training of new researchers.