Short CV – Jáder Cardoso
Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, May 2016.
Jáder da Cruz Cardoso is a biologist graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS) in 1998. In 2000, he specialized in medical entomology at the School of Public Health (FSP), University of São Paulo (USP). In 2001 he entered the Masters in Bioscience (emphasis in zoology) PUCRS, completing the course in 2003. Between 2006 and 2010 held his doctorate in Sciences (emphasis Public Health) by the epidemiology department of FSP / USP. It is official gazetted of the Health State Secretariat of Rio Grande do Sul since 1994, where he served in the State Foundation for Production and Health Research in Parasitology and Entomology laboratories. Since 2005, plays its biologistsanitarian activities in the State Center for Health Surveillance (CEVS). Works on issues related to Entomology in Public Health; Ecoepidemiology of zoonoses and vectorborne diseases; Health Environmental Surveillance; Education, Promotion and Health Surveillance. He is currently professor of Biology courses and professional master’s degree in Health and Human Development of the University Centre La Salle (Unilasalle / Canoas), and additionally researcher in the Environment and Health research area of INESC P&D Brazil.
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