Researcher from ISPUP at Programme Sociedade Civil da RTP2
NUNO AIRES MOTA de MENDONÇA MONTENEGRO, 59 anos, licenciado pela Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade do Porto (FMUP) em 1978.
Provas de Aptidão Pedagógica e Capacidade Científica na FMUP em 1989.
Especialista em Ginecologia e Obstetricia pela Ordem dos Médicos em 1991 e Assistente Hospitalar do Hospital s. João, Porto em 1992.
Competência em Ultrassonografia Obstétrica e Ginecológica, Bélgica 1987 e pela Ordem dos Médicos portuguesa em 1991.
Doutoramento em Medicina em 1993 e Provas de Agregação em 2000 pela Universidade do Porto
Investigador da Unidade de Investigação e Desenvolvimento Cardiovascular da FCT, de 1994 a 2004 e da Epidemiologic Research Unit – ISPUP desde 2014.
Subespecialização em “Fetal Medicine” Pelo international Educattional Committee, Fetal Medicine Foundation, Londres 2000
Professor Associado do Departamento de Ginecologia e Obstetricia da FMUP em 2002
Chefe de Serviço do Departamento de Ginecologia e Obstetricia do Hospital de S. João em 2004
Diretor do Serviço de Obstétrica do Hospital S. João de 2002-2004 e Diretor do Serviço de Ginecologia e Obstetricia do Hospital S. João desde 2006.
Membro de várias Comissões e Grupos de Trabalho da DGS , ERS, ARS Norte e Ordem dos Médicos
Professor Catedrático Convidado da FMUP em 2012
Vice-Presidente do Conselho Diretivo da FMUP de 2007-2010 e Subdiretor da FMUP de 2010-2014 . eleito para o mesmo cargo e para o mandato 2014-2017
Mais de 150 Palestras a convite em Reuniões Cientificas Nacionais e Internacionais.
Mais de 218 publicações científicas das quais 120 em revistas indexadas de circulação internacional e com IF de 1,213 a 9,510 e mais de 600 citações.
Filipa Fontes has a degree in nursing (Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Santa Maria-Porto) and obtained a Master of Science in Epidemiology (FMUP) with the thesis: “Patterns in prostate cancer mortality trends”. She is currently a PhD student in Public Health (FMUP) with the project entitled “The impact of neuropathic pain in health related quality of life and sleep quality of breast cancer patients”, funded by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (SFRH/BD/92630/2013) and member of the Non-Communicable Diseases Epidemiology research group (EPIUnit-ISPUP). Her research interests are the study of the global burden of cancer, namely breast cancer, and its impact in patient-reported outcomes.
Isabel Maia is graduated in Nutritional Sciences by the Faculty of Biotechnology of the Portuguese Catholic University (2012) and Master in Epidemiology by the Medical School of the University of Porto (2015). During 2015-2016, she was a research fellow within the project “Promoting Food Security in Portugal – ProFooSe” (Ref. 000118SI2). She is currently a PhD student at Doctoral Programme in Public Health of Medical School of University of Porto, with a grant from the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology. She is also member of the research group on Perinatal and Pediatric Epidemiology (EPIUnit) at Institute of Public Health of the University of Porto (ISPUP).
Current research interests: Food insecurity; Perinatal and Pediatric Epidemiology.
Samantha Morais has a BSc Hons in Science and Technology Studies (York University, Canada) and obtained a Master of Science in Epidemiology (FMUP) with the thesis “Dealing with missing data: an application in the study of family history of hypertension”. She was awarded a research fellowship within the project “Determinants of gastric and esophageal cancers incidence in the north of Portugal” funded by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (PTDC/SAU-EPI/122460/2010). She is currently a PhD student in Public Health (FMUP) with the project entitled “Risk and survival of gastric cancer related second primary tumours: a competing risks framework” (SFRH/BD/102585/2014). She is a member of the Non Communicable Diseases Epidemiology research group (EPIUnit ISPUP).
Sofia Correia is a Post-Doc Researcher at the Institute of Public Health, University of Porto (EPIUnit).
Before her PhD in Public Health at the University of Porto in 2015, she completed her Master in in Epidemiology (2008) at the University of Porto Medical School and her PharmD (2004) at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto.
Between 2005 and 2015 she was part of the Generation XXI coordination team and used to work on the field of perinatal epidemiology and with indicators of maternal and child health. Currently, she is working in the field of hospital epidemiology, focusing her research on patient safety and quality of care.
Current research interests: Clinical epidemiology, hospital epidemiology, patient safety, implementation research