Profa Dra Maria Elizete Kunkel
Coordinator of the Biomechanics and Forensics research group of Unifesp. Graduated in Physics (UFC), Specialist in Scientific Journalism (UNICAMP), MSc in Bioengineering (USP) and PhD in Biomechanics (Universität Ulm, Germany). Producer of CNPq DT2. Professor and researcher of Biomedical Engineering (Unifesp), Programs of Professional Masters of Technological Innovation of Unifesp and Academic Master in Biomedical Engineering of UFABC. Participates in the Center for Archeology and Forensic Anthropology (CAAF) Unifesp.
Profa. Dra. Flávia Cristina Mariano
Vice-coordinator of the Biomechanics and Forensic research group. Resarcher in Statistics. Graduated in Mathematics (UFU), MSc and PhD in Statistics and Agricultural Experimentation (UFLA). Professor of Science and Technology, Mathematics and Programs of Professional Masters of Technological Innovation of Unifesp. Participates in the RBras Society. Coordinator of the Research Group of Graphical Interfaces and Digital Applications involving statistical methodologies.
Msc. Filipe Loyola
Biomedical Engineer by INATEL, Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering by UFABC and electronic technician by ETE FMC. He worked at INATEL's Center for Development and Transfer of Assistive Technology, where he acted as academic monitor of the disciplines Technologies in Medical Equipment, Electrical Circuits and as a training instructor in the area of Biomedical Engineering. Currently develops research in the area of Assistive Technology in the project CRIA - Children's Wheelchair Automated.
Prof. Dr. Mario Gazziro
Bachelor in Computer Science from USP. Master in Computer Science from UFSCAR. Doctor in Computational Physics by USP. Specialist in digital integrated circuits projects. He is currently a professor at the Federal University of ABC.
Msc. Patricia Abe
Graduated in Occupational Therapy by USP (1994), Specialist in Neuroevolutionary Method Bobath (1996), MSc in Education by nesp (2009). She has experience in the area of Occupational Therapy, with emphasis on Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy, working mainly in occupational therapy, functional performance, school inclusion, hospital humanization, neurology. She acts as an occupational therapist for the Mao3D Program.
Eliane Alves de Oliveira Juvenal
Graduated in Physiotherapy from the College of Medicine of ABC (2010), postdoctoral degree in Pediatric Physiotherapy by Unifesp (2012). She works as an adult and children neurological physiotherapist at the Mário Covas Hospital rehabilitation service. Currently holds a master's degree at UFABC in the postgraduate program in biomedical engineering in the development of ankle-foot orthosis by additive manufacture under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Elizete Kunkel.
Franklin Vinícius Diniz Dias
Mechanical Engineer from ETEP Faculdades. Works with Projects, Non Destructive Testing (END) and 3D Printing. Master's degree in Technological Innovation by ICT UNIFESP, develops a Quality Control Protocol for the Mao3D Program. Associate with the ASTM International F42 Committee, related to the Additive Manufacturing. Member of the Municipal Youth Council of São José dos Campos. Certified by the Brazilian Association of Non-Destructive Testing, by the Brazilian Corrosion Association, and by SolidWorks Corp.
Israel de Toledo
Graduated in podiatry from Universidade Anhembi Morumbi SP. Specialist in diabetic feet by the Brigadeiro Hospital. Orthotist by ABOTEC Brazilian Association of Technical Orthopedics. Specialist in Flexor insoles (Spain). International speaker. Introducer of PDT in podiatry in Uruguay, Mexico, Portugal and Italy. Creator of the Toledo® Technique for insoles (Patented). Develops research project in the area of plantar orthesis made with 3D
Natália Aurora dos Santos
Biomedical Engineer (Inatel). Master's degree in the course Professional Masters in Technological Innovation (Unifesp) with research in the area with 3D Hip Orthosis project - development of orthosis for hip immobilization by additive manufacture for children with dysplasia, under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Elizete Kunkel. Participates in the Biomechanics and Forensic Group of UNIFESP and collaborates with the Mao3D Program.
Tássia Joany de Paiva Xavier
Researcher of the Biomechanics and Forensic Group UNIFESP. She holds a degree in Biomedical Engineering from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (2016) and a degree in Science and Technology from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (2014). She currently holds a Master's Degree in Science from the Master's Program in Technological Innovation of the Institute of Science and Technology of the Federal University of São Paulo.
Graduated from the Bachelor in Science and Technology at the Federal University of São Paulo, with a background in Biomedical Engineering. It develops a project of scientific initiation PIBICJr in the area of forensic science with the support of CNPq. Participates in the Biomechanics and Forensic Group of UNIFESP, collaborating with the Mao3D Program.
Tainá Moro Caldas
Graduated from the Bachelor in Science and Technology at the Federal University of São Paulo, with a background in Biomedical Engineering. Develops a voluntary scientific initiation project in the additive manufacturing area. Participates in the Biomechanics and Forensic Group of UNIFESP, collaborating with the Mao3D Program.
Viviane Mariano da Silva
Graduated from the Bachelor of Science in Technology at the Federal University of São Paulo, with a background in Biomedical Engineering. Develops a project of scientific initiation with CNPq grant of development of plantar orthosis by additive manufacture. Participates in the Biomechanics and Forensic Group of UNIFESP, collaborating with the Mao3D Program.
Ismael Monteiro dos Santos
Graduando do Bacharelado Interdisciplinar em Ciência de Tecnologia na Universidade Federal de São Paulo, com trajetória em Engenharia Biomédica. Trabalhou na FMB Estruturas Metálicas Indústria e Comércio LTDA como assintente de engenharia do desenvolvimento de processos e produto. Desenvolve um projeto Extensão com bolsa PIBEX, produzindo material audiovisual para divulgação científica. Participa do Grupo de Biomecânica e Forense da UNIFESP, colaborando com o Programa Mão3D.
Ana Paula Dias Cano
Bachelor in Science and Technology at the Federal University of São Paulo (São José dos Campos Campus), Biomedical Engineering student at Unifesp. She developed the scientific initiation project with CNPq scholarship on structural modifications of children's hand made prostheses by 3D printing and CBT in the area of hand ortheses produced by 3D printing. She is currently a consultant for the Mao3D Program.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Amanda Caroline da Silva Rodrigues
Alpha Lumen Institute high school student. Participant in the PIBICJr scientific initiation project in the area of forensic science.
Anna Beatriz Forato Cavalcanti
Sophomore year of study at high school in the Alpha Lumen Institute. Participant in the CNPq Junior Scientific Initiation Project, in the area of forensic research
Débora Augusto Gabriel
Student of the senior year at the Alpha Lumen Institute. She is part of the project of scientific initiation as PIBICjr scholarship holder in the area of forensic science with CNPq support.
Isabelle Ferreira Tomé
High school student at the Alpha Lumen Institute. Participant in the scientific initiation project PIBICJr in the area of forensic science
Isabela Pinheiro Guimarães
High school student at the Alpha Lumen Institute. It develops a project of scientific initiation (PIBICJr) in the area of forensic science with the support of CNPq.
Alecsandra A. Paula
Bruna M. dos Santos
Cláudio L Sampaio
Laís Rangel Tsujimoto
Mariana C. Camargo
Eliel Cunha Guimarães
John H. T. de Godoi
Letícia T. da Silva
Rebecca S. S. Brandão
Marcos H. Mesquita
Marylin Daísa Ribeiro
Thabata Alcântra F. Ganga