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Past position(s): Chief of Department of Environmental Health, School of Public Health; Head of Occupational Health Service of Volkswagen (Brazil); President of National Association of Occupational Medicine
Education: MD, 1960, School of Medicine Porto Alegre RS
Areas of interest: Occupational disease; accidents; organization of occupational medicine services
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