Gonçalo Moniz Institute, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (FIOCRUZ), Brazil
Tel: +55 71 31762262
Visceral leishmaniasis, immune system manipulation, recombinant protein production
Dr. Oliveira received certificates of an undergraduate medical degree, residence in human pathology and master degree in experimental pathology, from Federal of Bahia University, Brazil, in 1980’s. He also did a PhD in immunology at University Colloge of London UCL), United Kingdon, and post-doctoral training in molecular biology at Cornell University, Ithaca, United States. During his PhD at UCL, he carried out studies on aetiology, pathogenesis and immune manipulation in murine autoimmune haemolytic anaemia. From 1997 up to the present time, he has been working as a researcher at Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazilian Ministry of Health, aiming to develop a vaccine or immunotherapeutic method for canine visceral leishmaniasis. Recently, from 2016 onwards, he started a collaborative work in the field of arboviruses (Zika, Chikungunya and Dengue). He has experience with several techniques in the field of pathology, immunology and molecular biology, including molecular cloning, recombinant protein production in Escherichia coli and baculovirus-insect cell system.
Magalhaes FB, Castro Neto AL, Nascimento MB, Santos WJT, Medeiros ZM, Lima Neto AS, Costa DL, Costa CHN, Dos Santos WLC, Pontes de Carvalho LC et al: Evaluation of a new set of recombinant antigens for the serological diagnosis of human and canine visceral leishmaniasis. PloS one 2017, 12(9):e0184867.
Grassi MFR, Bandeira ACA, Gois LL, de Sá Oliveira GG: A BRIEF REVIEW ON ZIKA VIRUS INFECTION. Brazilian Journal of Medicine and Human Health 2016, 4(2).
Pinheiro CGM, Pedrosa Mde O, Teixeira NC, Ano Bom AP, van Oers MM, Oliveira GG: Optimization of canine interleukin-12 production using a baculovirus insect cell expression system. BMC Res Notes 2016, 9:36.
Lampreht U, Kamensek U, Stimac M, Sersa G, Tozon N, Bosnjak M, Brozic A, de Sa Oliveira GG, Nakagawa T, Saeki K et al: Gene Electrotransfer of Canine Interleukin 12 into Canine Melanoma Cell Lines. The Journal of membrane biology 2015.
Pereira AM, de Pinheiro CG, Dos Santos LR, Teixeira NC, Chang YF, Pontes-de-Carvalho LC, Oliveira GG: Requirement of dual stimulation by homologous recombinant IL-2 and recombinant IL-12 for the in vitro production of interferon gamma by canine peripheral blood mononuclear cells. BMC Res Notes 2014, 7(1):460.