With more than 20 years acting in the lato sensu graduate studies field, Unilasalle presents in its portfolio specialization programs with distinctive physical spaces, faculty composed by masters, doctors and professionals with notorious knowledge. The pedagogical proposals are innovative and focused on a conception of continuing education, having as the main goal promoting the integration process among education excellence, professional development and scientific output.

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  Education

The origins of the Graduate Program in Education are intimately connected to the centennial educational tradition of the La Salle network in Brazil. It has operated for more than 35 years in higher education in the city of Canoas and the metropolitan area, creating partnerships between city and state powers for teacher training in order to implement public policies in the educational field. The program also supports partnerships between teachers and researchers from international institutions such as Maryland University – College Park and Utah State University, in the United States, Universidad Del Atlántico in Colombia, Universidade Autónoma de Barcelona, in Spain, Universidade do Algarve in Portugal and Universidad de La Laguna, in Spain.

Goals

Overall Goal

Enhance the understanding about the education phenomenon, starting from the theory and practice of scientific research dedicated to professional training and/or advanced education, and the production and dissemination of knowledge in the field of education.

Specific Goals

– Analyzing, evaluating, and proposing action strategies for the different levels, types of education, and education systems;

– Investigating teacher training processes, starting from the emerging fields proposed by education theories and practices and discussing the learning strategies for human development;

– Analyzing the management of public policies and their impacts on schools and social movements and organizations, considering the different notions of democracy, state, and participatory citizenship;

– Investigating digital and virtual technologies, their languages, and their impacts on education.

Lines of Research

Cultures, Languages and Technologies in Education

This line investigates digital and virtual technologies, their languages, and their impacts on education. Analyzes the impacts of such changes on educational practices, the new forms of sociability mediated by such technologies and languages, and their didactic-pedagogical impacts. Studies the cyber-culture in the educational context. From the educational standpoint, it researches the contemporary culture’s psychological, philosophical, technological, anthropological, and sociological variables.

Faculty: Cleber Gibbon Ratto, Luciana Backes, Rosa Maria Filippozzi Martini

Teacher Training, Education Theories and Practices

Investigates the education phenomenon by analyzing the initial and continued teacher training models and their translations in the education practice, learning processes, and human development. Looks further into the theories that guide educational actions and proposes strategies for intervening in the various types of education systems (formal, non-formal, basic and higher education).

Faculty: Dirléia Fanfa Sarmento, Denise Regina Quaresma da Silva, Gilberto Ferreira da Silva, Paulo Fossatti, Vera Lucia Felicetti

Management, Education and Public Policies

Investigates the management of education systems and/or schools in the context of public social policies, considering the different theories on state and participatory citizenship. Focuses on mechanisms that create social and educational inequalities, and looks into them against public social policies. Conducts research to support diagnoses, analyses, propositions, programs and projects in the areas of public policies.

Faculty: Balduíno Antonio Andreola, Evaldo Luis Pauly, Maria Angela Mattar Yunes

Areas of Study

Area 1 – Teacher Training, Theories and Educational Practices

It investigates the educational phenomenon spotting the analysis of initial and continuing teacher training models and its results in the educational practice, on the learning and the human development processes. It strives to deepen the theoretical conceptions that orient the educational actions and proposes strategies of intervention over the teaching systems in different modalities (formal, non-formal, basic and higher education).

Professors: Denise Regina Quaresma da Silva, Gilberto Ferreira da Silva, Leonidas Roberto Taschetto, Vera Lucia Felicetti e Vera Lucia Ramires.

Area 2 – Management, Education and Public Policies

It investigates the teaching systems and the educational institutions management, in the context of social public policies, considering the different theoretical conceptions of state and citizenship. It focuses on mechanisms of social and educational inequality production, paralleling them with social public policies. It develops researches to subsidize diagnosis, analysis, propositions, programs and projects in the public policies areas.

Professors: Denise Macedo Ziliotto, Dirléia Fanfa Sarmento, Evaldo Luis Pauly, Lirene Finkler, Maria Angela Mattar Yunes e Paulo Fossatti.

Area 3 – Cultures, Languages and Educational Technologies

It investigates virtual and digital technologies, its languages and impacts in education. It analyses the implications of these changes over the educational practices, the new forms of sociability, mediated by these technologies and languages, besides their didactic-pedagogical implications. It studies the cyberculture in the educational context. It researches the psychological, philosophical, technological, anthropological and sociological variables of contemporary culture, under the educational point of view.

Professors: Ana Margo Mantovani, Cesar Fernando Meurer, Cleber Gibbon Ratto, Cledes Antonio Casagrande, Elaine Comte e Luciana Backes.

Doctorate Program Structure

Regular student:

32 credits, divided into 18 required credits, 14 elective credits.

Foreign language proficiency:

Guidelines for the Proficiency Exam – This exam is a demanded by CAPES and fixed by La Salle University regulations (art. 41 and 42 of the Graduation Program in Education Rules, CONSUN Resolution nr. 667/14). Coordinations recommend students to take the Proficiency Exam until the 2nd semester. It is possible to take these exams at La Salle language Institute – Unidiomas, where in June and November there is an open public notice for the academic community and external public. Follow the publication of the notice at Unidiomas’ website.

Qualification for the dissertation project:

The qualification exam is required and a prerequisite for the final presentation. It is done when the student has fulfilled all credits of the required courses. The qualification exam is done by an examination board, composed by at least 3 (three) members with PhD level, including the adviser. In the Doctorate Program, students must qualify in the maximum deadline of 24 months.

Dissertation approved in public presentation:

The minimum duration for the Doctorate Course, including the presentation of the dissertation is of 24 (twenty-four) months, with maximum of 48 (forty-eight) months, from the beginning of the first school year when the student has enrolled the program.

Special Student:

Special students are non-regular students, who are enrolled in one or more elective courses offered by the Program, in this condition, totalizing the maximum of 12 credits.

Master Program Structure

Regular Student:

28 credits, divided into 10 required credits (Research Methodology in Education (3 credits), thesis meetings (3 credits), Complementary Activities (3 credits) and 18 elective credits (courses, seminars and directed readings).

Foreign language proficiency:

Guidelines for the Proficiency Exam – This exam is a demanded by CAPES and fixed by La Salle University regulations (art. 41 and 42 of the Graduation Program in Education Rules, CONSUN Resolution nr. 667/14). Coordinations recommend students to take the Proficiency Exam until the 2nd semester. It is possible to take these exams at La Salle language Institute – Unidiomas, where in June and November there is an open public notice for the academic community and external public. Follow the publication of the notice at Unidiomas’ website.

Qualification for the thesis project:

The qualification exam is required and a prerequisite for the final presentation. It is done when the student has fulfilled all credits of the required courses. The qualification exam is done by an examination board, composed by at least 3 (three) members with PhD level, including the adviser. In the Masters’ Program, students must qualify in the maximum deadline of 12 months.

Thesis approved in public presentation:

The minimum duration for the Master’s Program, including the presentation of the thesis is of 12 (twelve) months, with maximum of 24 (twenty-four) months, from the beginning of the first school year when the student has enrolled the program.

Special Student:

Special students are non-regular students, who are enrolled in one or more elective courses offered by the Program, in this condition, totalizing the maximum of 12 credits.

Contact

E-mail: E-mail: ppgeducacao@unilasalle.edu.br  Contact: +55 51 3476.8708

 

Environmetal Impact Assessment

The Academic Master in Environmental Impact Assessment proposes to attend professionals from different areas: Exact and Earth Sciences, Biological Sciences, Engineering, Agrarian Sciences, Health Sciences, Applied Social Sciences, Human Sciences and Multidisciplinary. From an interdisciplinary proposal the course proposes the development of academic projects in the environmental area, focusing on environmental impacts.

Goals

– To promote the education of competent professionals, capable of elaborating innovative proposals in face of emerging problems, mainly linked to the environmental impacts generated by the several human activities;

– To improve knowledge on management and environmental technologies subjects, as well as on the diagnosis and monitoring of biodiversity ones;

– To produce knowledge on Environmental Impacts subjects that contribute to the discussions on environmental management, technological innovation and protection of the national biodiversity

Lines of Research

Management and Environmental Technologies

It deals with studies, techniques, strategies and processes aiming at environmental management actions and development of technologies to evaluate and mitigate the environmental impacts of projects of a diverse nature. In this context, there are issues related to intervention in the physical environment, use of natural resources, recovery and use of degraded area, waste recovery and treatment for solid wastes, effluents and atmospheric emissions.

Diagnosis and monitoring of biodiversity

It deals with the characterization and monitoring of different landscape elements (microorganisms, fauna and flora), their interrelations with the landscape, with the purpose of generating information that promotes conservation actions (such as lists of endangered species, management Alien and invasive species, environmental education, etc.) and that can be implemented in the short, medium and long term. In addition, it conducts research in which landscape elements are used as environmental impact markers generated by different anthropogenic actions.

Area of Concentration

Integrates knowledge of Engineering, Geology, Chemistry, Biological Sciences and Social Sciences, in a transversal and multidisciplinary way, aiming at the mitigation of compromised and passive environmental areas, the protection and management of natural ecosystems and sustainability, involving anthropic processes and activities.

Contact

E-mail: ppgambiental@unilasalle.edu.br  Contact: +55 51 3476.8708

 

Human Health and Development

Human Development proposes the dynamics to study the dynamics of the interrelationships between existing systems inside and outside the individual, through biological and social interfaces from a set of factors in several areas of knowledge. The Professional Master’s Degree in Health and Human Development is focused on the analysis and scientific understanding of health / disease processes and their implications for human development. Our Program is composed by highly diverse and qualify faculty, and its curricular matrix is fundamentally based on knowledge from biomedical, educational, psychological and environmental studies.

The Professional Master’s Degree in Health and Human Development integrates a scenario of opportunities in which enables professionals who work in Health areas to expand their knowledge, promoting human development in different contexts, can deepen it academically to apply and improve their professional practices and thus, contribute to the generation of products that can act in the promotion of social development. Our Program contributes to the contemplation of competencies that can qualify and make professionals more capable to develop associations between theory and practice, and an in-depth reflection on the health / illness processes in people inserted in different contexts.

Goals

Overall Purpose:

Train and equip professionals with a set of theoretical-methodological knowledge, skills and competencies enabling them to identify risk and protection factors that interfere in human health and development, by means of preparing and conducting health-related research, programs/projects and actions.

Specific Goals:

a) Train professional to scientifically identify, analyze, and understand health/disease processes and their impact on human development.

b) Train professionals to prepare and carry out programs/projects and actions to promote health and educate people on it in different contexts.

c) Train professionals to support and develop actions related to the right to health and implement the appropriate public policies to guarantee such right.

d) Train professionals to work together and continuously in a multidisciplinary team on the healthcare system’s various branches, and to be able to critically think about healthcare management.

Lines of Research

Health Education and Promotion

Studies health education and promotion practices, as well as management processes, in several contexts. Seeks to produce theoretical-practical knowledge that contributes towards health education and promotion from an interdisciplinary, inter-sector standpoint, aimed at quality of life throughout the vital cycle.

Faculty: Alessandro Cury Soares, Germano Andre Doederlein Schwartz, Gilca Maria Lucena Kortmann, Jose Carlos De Carvalho Leite, Maria Angela Mattar Yunes, Nadia Maria Weber Santos, Ricardo Pedrozo Saldanha

Human Development and Health-Disease Processes

Studies health-disease processes in the course of human development in different social-environmental contexts. Studies risk and protection (physical, chemical, biological, social, and behavioral) factors that interfere in the health of individuals and populations. Seeks to produce theoretical-practical knowledge that contributes to human development as a whole.

Faculty: Alexandre Ramos Lazzarotto, Florencia Maria Barbe Tuana, Jader Da Cruz Cardoso, Julio Cesar Walz, Michelli Cristina da Silva Assis, Prisla Ucker Calvetti.

Contact

E-mail: ppgsaude@unilasalle.edu.br  Contact: +55 51 3476.8708

 

Law

The Master of Law program focuses on studying the issue of the growing distance between the laws enacted and their compliance by society and, on the other hand, looking into how social changes impact, influence, and change Law in a symbiotic relationship, while making use of scientific investigation to examine the reasons for such distancing between the laws and the Brazilian social reality. In other words, the programs is meant to analyze the differences between the legislated law and that which happens in the world of facts, based on the assumption that Law is a social phenomenon, that is, it stems from such world and is directed to society.

History

Several actions have been carried out to implement Unilasalle’s Master of Law Project, now in place: This evolution-oriented path can be retraced based on the topics discussed at countless faculty meetings. To set up the APCN, all of the faculty’s contributions were take into account when the new proposal was being designed, and it is therefore a joint construction. Such preparation began in February 2012 and obtained final approval by internal bodies, and the program was submitted in the first semester of 2013. After being recommended by CAPES, the Program will effectively start in September 2013, with students being selected the same year, and classes beginning in 2014. CONSUN authorization: CONSUN Resolution no. 629/2013. Unilasalle’s Academic Master of Law Program was recommended by CAPES in September 2013 at the 149th Meeting of the Higher Education Technical-Scientific Council, whose result was posted online on September 19.

Student profile

The Master’s Program in Law and Society is meant for Law graduates.

Goals

a) Encourage studies and in-depth research in the concentration area Law and Society to examine how the government’s law production process is received and complied with by society;

b) Examine society’s expectations about the laws in force and how it reacts in terms of both the Law implementation process and new law-drafting proposals.

c) Look into the growing expectations created with respect to the Courts’ work, either because of the other branches’ lack of effective work or the increasing number of laws enacted.

d) Examine the role played by Institutions in the way Law is enforced, and thereby try to find the reasons for its low coercion rates in (the Brazilian) society.

e) Understand the effectiveness of laws in an ever-changing society, based on the assumption that what has been enacted necessarily depends on social factors to be effective.

f) Trace the – necessary – correlations between the growing social complexity and the role of Law considering such changes, and discuss crosswise standpoints about the juridicization of social spheres, i.e. the effect of Law on the host of social relationships established and also on how society sees Law and vice versa.

g) Considering an increasingly multi-contextualized society, examine to what extent the Law (devised – and applied – based on the notions of hierarchy and Nation-States) finds itself in a transformative time in which society takes part in decision-making process previously monopolized by the government;

h) Understand the juridicization process of (real and virtual) social spheres, the production of Non-State Law, the need for alternatives to the process of legitimizing the production of laws, addressing the formation of private and public law outside of (and separate from) the State, alternative ways to settle conflicts, and other topics related to the role of Law in a contemporary society.

i) Build theory-based and hands-on legal knowledge that is not dissociated from people’s actual, and also plural, reality.

Lines of Research

Effectiveness of Law in the Society (LP 1)

Focused on the issue of Law’s legitimacy before society, that is, how the process of the state’s production of laws is received and complied with by society. Therefore, its goal is also to examine society’s expectations about the laws in force and how it reacts in terms of both the Law implementation process and new law-drafting proposals. Likewise, it looks into the growing expectations created with respect to the Courts’ work, either because of the other branches’ lack of effective work or the increasing number of laws enacted. Consequently, it examines the role played by Institutions in the way Law is enforced, and thereby tries to find the reasons for its low coercion rates in (the Brazilian) society. The program seeks to understand the effectiveness of laws in an ever-changing society.

Faculty: Diógenes Vicente Hassan Ribeiro, Fernanda Luiza Fontoura de Medeiros, Jayme Weingartner Neto, Leonel Pires Ohlweiler, Maria Cláudia Mércio Cachapuz, Selma Rodrigues Petterle, Sérgio Urquhart de Cademartori.

Projects connected to the Line of Research: Click here for project abstracts

Topics addressed:

– Multiculturalism at the bases of democratic constitutionalism;

– Guarantees instituted in the new South American constitutionalism;

– State and Social Control of Scientific Research in the Field of Human Health: Limits and Possibilities;

– Social theories of Law and the thoughts of Jürgen Habermas: Communicative process and the application of discourse ethics to the relationships;

– The Principles of Public Administration and the Legitimacy of Administrative Law: democratization and effectiveness;

– An in-depth discussion about the possibility of applying the principle of precaution in view of the legal-constitutional regulations;

– The judicial branch in review: access to justice, contemporary difficulties, and prognoses.

Society and Fragmentation of Law (LP 2)

It builds on the assumption that Law was devised based on the notion of Nation-State because there was a correspondence with the characteristics of a society that provided the conditions for it to emerge and affirm itself. Hence, to the extent that the global society is presenting characteristics that it is operating in a network and clearly tending toward eliminating borders, the Law devised and applied based on the notions of hierarchy and Nation-States is undergoing a time of change. Its fragmentation therefore derives from – interdisciplinary – social forces that operate on it and generate decisive changes. With that, the program seeks to encompass the juridicization process of (real and virtual) social spheres, the production of Non-State Law, the need for alternatives to the process of legitimizing the production of laws, and addressing the formation of private and public law outside of (and separate from) the State.

Faculty: Daniela Mesquita Leutchuk de Cademartori, Daniel Silva Achutti , Germano André Doederlein Schwartz, Marco Félix Jobim, Marcos Jorge Catalan, Paula Pinhal de Carlos, Renata Almeida da Costa.

Projects connected to the Line of Research: Click here for project abstracts

Topics addressed:

– The Effectiveness and Fragmentation of Law in Contemporary Society: juridicization of social spheres and multiple legal contexts;

– Impacts and legitimacy of court decisions;

– Production of crime, law and society: dogmatic and empirical eyes on the culture of fear and the urban space;

– Alternative, guarantist, labeled: the history of humanist judges in RS.

– Adoption by Homosexuals and Same-Sex Parenting Legitimized by the judicial branch

– Making cracks in the walls of the society of the spectacle;

– Criminal Justice and Restorative Justice: criminalization processes and analysis of the mechanisms to manage criminal conflicts;

– Building Participatory Citizenship in the Constitutional Democracy and the Discussion about Justice.

Contact

E-mail: ppgdireito@unilasalle.edu.br  Contact: +55 51 3476.8708

 

Social Memory and Cultural Heritage

The Graduate Program on Social Memory and Cultural Heritage adopts an interdisciplinary approach to the study of memory and heritage in order to provide our students with a complex and multifaceted access to the issues related to social memory.

We understand Social Memory and Cultural Heritage as a field from which one can think about the relations between memory and a myriad of related topics, such as culture, identity, language, space and social representations, education and cultural heritage (material, immaterial and natural); production, circulation, appropriation and social uses of cultural goods (material, immaterial and natural), information and communication. We conduct studies on the plurality of cultures and memories; on the different spaces and places of memory, cultural heritage in an integral perspective; and on the relations between social and economic development based on the ethical and responsible use of cultural goods.

The creation of our Graduate Program at La Salle University Brazil, in 2008, resulted from the work and experiences of the research group on Memory, Culture and Identity. Additionally, we also respond to the demands of the social and cultural insertion of our University in its local, regional, and national contexts, and have a deep interconnection with our surrounding community.

Master’s Program

The Professional Master’s Degree in Social Memory and Cultural Heritage seeks to provide a solid theoretical and practical training that will professionalize the work of our students in relation to social memory and cultural assets, in order to meet the demands of social, political,economic and cultural dynamics in contemporary society.

In order to do so, we offer a comprehensive education to our students with regards to the understanding and analysis of themes on social memory and cultural heritage, and their participation in the process of social representation and in the construction, deconstruction, and reconstruction of the cultural identities of social groups. Moreso, we specialize in providing our graduates with the necessary tools for action in the field of culture, focusing on cultural management, creative industries, cultural economy, cultural and social projects, social memory, cultural languages, cultural heritage and cultural institutions.

Professional Profile

Students graduating from the Professional Master’s Program in Social Memory and Cultural Heritage will have the technical skills and abilities necessary to manage the resources and tools for the creation, revitalization, and development of institutions focused on cultural heritage and social memory. They will also be fit for educational work aimed at raising awareness and instrumentalizing individuals, groups, and communities for the recognition, understanding and appreciation of cultural assets. Additionally, they will be able to promote the reflection, discussion and development of cultural policies for the production, diffusion, preservation and access to cultural goods and cultural heritage institutions. Finally, they will be proficient in using tools of formulation, feasibility, implementation and evaluation of projects.

PhD Program on Social Memory and Cultural Heritage

Our PhD program is focused on the training of researchers, professors, and professionals to work in the areas of social memory, culture and management of cultural goods, either to teach in undergraduate and graduate programs and/or to conduct research in institutions of higher education. Additionally, our PhD graduates are equipped to work on public and private organizations dedicated to issues of social memory and cultural heritage.

We wish to broaden reflections, debates and interdisciplinary research on the relationship between social memory, cultural heritage, and the management of cultural goods, through the production and diffusion of theoretical knowledge and the construction of skills, abilities, and tools to intervene in different realities..

Goals

Provide solid theoretical and practical education that trains people to do work related to social memory and cultural assets in order to meet the demands of contemporary society’s cultural dynamics. To do that, the program seeks to offer education that is:

Comprehensive, with respect to understanding and analyzing the subjects of social memory and cultural assets, which are inserted in the process of social representation and the construction / deconstruction / reconstruction of different social groups’ cultural identity;

Specialized, offering elements for people to work in the field of culture, focused on cultural management, creative industries, economics of culture, cultural and social projects, social memory, cultural languages, cultural heritage, and cultural institutions.

Lines of Research

Memory, Culture and Identity

Studies the memory, cultural assets, social and cultural identities, the cultures’ forms of expression and reception, and the cultural institutions and productions in terms of their political, social, ethical, religious, and economic aspects. Analyzes the conservation of cultural heritage and the historic-social development of cultural diversities.

Faculty: Aline Accorssi, Cleusa Maria Gomes Graebin, Lucas Graeff, Nadia Santos.

Memory and Cultural Languages

Studies memory-representing products in different supports and languages, relative to the social uses of memory, heritage, and cyber-culture. Investigates the plurality of human languages – verbal (communicative and expressive), virtual, image-based, pictorial, cinematographic, architectural – from inter-, multi- and trans-disciplinary standpoints. Encompasses the plural relationships between memory, language, culture, and identity construction. Uses social technologies aimed at inclusion and expanding participatory citizenship.

Faculty: Luciana Éboli, Mauro Meirelles , Patrícia Kayser, Zilá Bernd.

Memory and Cultural Management

Studies aspects related to the management of cultural organizations, cultural production processes and practices, adoption of management models, and training and competencies of cultural managers and producers. Investigates how cultural institutions and organizations manage their knowledge and learning processes, and create memorials, memory centers, and institutional and organizational memory projects. Discusses individual and collective dynamics and processes related to the industry’s change, innovation and creativity in terms of the economics of culture.

Faculty: César Steffen, Judite de Bem, Maria de Lourdes Borges, Tamára Karawejczyk

Areas of Concentration

Memory, Culture and Identity

This research line develops activities focused on the issues of memory and its relations with the preservation and promotion of natural and cultural heritage; generational analysis; the ethnic and religious elements on the formation and transformation of collective identities; interdisciplinary studies on gender, sexualities and feminisms; the interpretation and understanding of rural and urban phenomena, with an emphasis on their representations, imaginaires and the diversity of forms of occupying and inhabiting both rural and city spaces; as well as the inventory, diagnosis, and socio-historical analysis of spaces of culture and memory.

Memory and Cultural Languages

This research line develops activities focused on the issues of memory and its relations with the expression and reception of cultures in different venues and languages; the production of information and communication technology as well as virtual and digital environments; the interpretation, understanding and production of photographic narratives, film and video products, sequential art; interdisciplinary studies about cultural mobility within globalized scenarios and between borders that are marked by migratory movements, social, cultural, economic and political shocks and exchanges.

Memory and Cultural Management

This research line develops activities focused on the issues of memory and its relations with models of management and self-management for cultural organizations and institutions; cultural production in institutional and organizational contexts; researches on cultural practices and habits; the usage of spare time and cultural consumption; processes and practices of work in cultural production geared towards the development of competencies in cultural management; strategies and projects of cultural marketing; valuation of cultural goods; the relations between the job market, public policies and the economy of culture and the solidarity economy; contradictions and overruns in the generation of intellectual properties and social technologies.

Faculty

(M) Masters Advisor

(M/D) Masters and PhD Advisor

Director of Graduate Studies

Dr. Lucas Graeff (M/D)

E-mail: lucas.graeff@unilasalle.edu.br

Assistant Director of Graduate Studies

Dr. Cleusa Maria Gomes Graebin (M/D)

E-mail: cleusa.graebin@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Ana Maria Sosa González

E-mail: ana.gonzalez@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Artur César Isaia (M/D)

E-mail: artur.isaia@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Cristina Vargas Cademartori (M/D)

E-mail: cristinacademartori@unilasalle.edu.br

Profª. Drª. Danielle Heberle Viegas

E-mail: danielle.viegas@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Fabrício Augusto Kipper

E-mail: fabricio.kipper@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Gilca Maria Lucena Kortmann (M/D)

E-mail: gilca@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Judite Sanson de Bem (M/D)

E-mail: judite@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Luciane Marques Raupp

E-mail: luciane.raupp@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Lúcia Regina Lucas da Rosa

E-mail: lurosa@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Margarete Panerai Araújo (M/D)

E-mail: margarete.araujo@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Maria de Lourdes Borges (M/D)

E-mail: maria.borges@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Maria Luiza Berwanger da Silva (M/D)

E-mail: maria.silva@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Moisés Waismann (M/D)

E-mail: moises.waismann@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Patrícia Kayser Vargas Mangan (M/D)

E-mail: kayser@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Paula Pinhal de Carlos (M)

E-mail: paula.carlos@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Tamára Cecília Karawejczyk (M/D)

E-mail: tamara.karawejczyk@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Tatiana Vargas Maia

E-mail: tatiana.maia@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Renato Ferreira Machado

E-mail: renato.ferreira@unilasalle.edu.br

Dr. Zilá Bernd (M/D)

E-mail: zila.bernd@unilasalle.edu.br

Post-Doctoral Researcher

Dr. Mário Cezar Silva Leite