NOTE IN DEFENSE OF BRAZILIAN DEMOCRACY
The University of São Paulo does not accept, does not tolerate and repudiate attacks on democracy. Committed to the Citizenship Constitution of 1988 and to Human Rights, USP repudiates the criminal and terrorist acts committed by ridiculous vandals, who destroyed the headquarters of the Three Powers of the Republic today in Brasília. The fanatical rioters stained the federal capital with shame on today’s date. Entities from all over the world, representatives of foreign governments and democratic institutions reject the turmoil and show solidarity with the new Brazilian government, legitimately elected and sworn in. Through this note, USP joins those who defend our Republic and rejects those who promote destruction, moved by hatred and ignorance. USP demands the immediate clarification of the facts and the punishment of those responsible for terrorism. Dictatorship never again. Democracy always.
Carlos Gilberto Carlotti Junior
President of USP
Maria Arminda do Nascimento Arruda
Vice-President of USP
The Institute of Biomedical Sciences of the University of São Paulo is located in the central campus of USP situated in the neighborhood of Butantã, in the western part of the city of São Paulo.
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ICB offers regular courses to students registered at several Faculties and Schools of USP as well as to students registered at the ICB.
The undergraduate courses offered to students of other Faculties ICB are essential for those pursuing careers in Biology, Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary Medicine, Physiotherapy, Pharmacy, Occupational Therapy, Nursing, Sports Professionals and for several other professional qualifications.
Undergraduate students may also register directly at ICB to attend the following courses: Basic Health Sciences (Bachelor Degree) and Biomedical Sciences (Bachelor Degree). Both offer training to students interested mainly in becoming academics at Colleges/Universities or work on R&D in private companies.
The ICB maintains eight Postgraduate Programs offered to students who already have a professional or bachelor’s degree, to pursue advanced training towards a scientific or academic career. These programs confer Master’s Degrees (M.Sc.) or Doctorates (PhDs).
The majority of ICB’s Faculty Staff is of academics with a strong commitment to research. The range of individual research interests is diverse and related to the departments to which they belong.
Main research areas in the ICB:
Cultural Activities Offered by ICB
ICB offers to the general public a series of free extramural courses and activities open such as: Microbiology Games, Microbiology Exhibits, Summer Courses, courses for Senior Citizens and also lab visits and informational talks to high school students interested in Graduate Courses available at ICB and USP.
Training and Research Opportunities for Undergraduate and High School
Most ICB labs and research groups offer internships to undergraduates. High School students enrolled in public schools are also welcome to visit and join research activities.
Job selection processes are periodically advertised on the sites of the ICB and USP to fill vacant posts teaching and non-teaching staff.