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Cláudia Ramos Rhoden

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Phone: Lab Number: +55 (051) 3303-8800 

Office Phone Number: +55 (051) 3303-8800

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Atmospheric Pollution Laboratory – 602 room (block #3) Universidade Federal de Ciências da Saúde de Porto Alegre (UFCSPA), Rua Sarmento Leite, 245 - Porto Alegre - RS - BRAZIL - CEP 90050-170

 

Biography

Cláudia Ramos Rhoden is an associate professor tenure of the Pharmaceutical Sciences department at the Universidade Federal de Ciências da Saúde de Porto Alegre (1989), where she coordinates the Atmospheric Pollution Laboratory. She holds an academic degree in Pharmacy from the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) (1986/87), an Sc.D. in Pharmacology from the Fundação Universidade Federal de Ciências da Saúde de Porto Alegre (1991) and a Ph.D (2000) in Physiology  from the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. The Post-doctoral degree was done in the Physiology (Environmental Science) Program at Harvard University in Boston (2003) under the supervision of Beatriz Gonzalez-Flecha.

 

Reasearch Interest

With a research interests in Molecular and Biochemistry Pharmacology and Environmental Science, her projects involve pre-clinical and clinical models, with the objective of understanding the effects of air pollution in the environment and in health. These projects are the research subjects of PhD, Master, scientific initiation and undergrade students under her supervision at UFCSPA.

 

Most Relevant Publications

  1. The use of tree barks and human fingernails for monitoring metal levels in urban areas of different population densities of Porto Alegre, Brazil
  2. Assessing the genotoxicity of traffic-related air pollutants by means of plant biomonitoring in cities of a Brazilian metropolitan area crossed by a major highway
  3. Direct contact with particulate matter increases oxidative stress in different brain structures
  4. A Comparison of the Human Buccal Cell Assay and the Pollen Abortion Assay in Assessing Genotoxicity in an Urban-Rural Gradient
  5. Trace Elements Concentration in Nails and Association with Airway Inflammation in Adolescents
  6. Pollen abortion rates, nitrogen dioxide by passive diffusive tubes and bioaccumulation in tree barks are effective in the characterization of air pollution
  7. Assessment of Trace Elements in Scalp Hair of a Young Urban Population in Brazil
  8. Hippocampus lipid peroxidation induced by residual oil fly ash intranasal instillation versus habituation to the open field
  9. Cardiac oxidative stress and electrophysiological changes in rats exposed to concentrated ambient particles are mediated by TRP-dependent pulmonary reflexes
  10. PM-Induced Cardiac Oxidative Stress and Dysfunction are Mediated by Autonomic Stimulation

 

 


 


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