Prof. Dr. Santos-Filho SD received graduation in Biology at Universidade Gama Filho (1983), graduation in Physiotherapy at Universidade Gama Filho (1997), specialization in Biophysics by Conselho Regional de Biologia do Rio de Janeiro (1997), Master of Sciences in Human and Experimental Biology by Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (2004), Doctor of Sciences in Health Sciences by Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte (2007), Post-Doctor of Sciences in Biology by Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (2010) and Post-Doctor of Sciences in Immunology by University of Birmingham (2012). Full Professor of Biophysics of the Medicine Curse of the Sciences Department of the Centro Universitário de Volta Redonda (1991-1993/2005-2006). Adjunct Professor of Biophysics and physiology of the Medicine Curse of the Universidade Severino Sombra (2008-2012). Professor of Biophysics of the Medicine Curse, and of Radiobiosciences of the Biology Curse, of the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (2008-2013). Professor of Biosecurity, Biostatistics and Ambient Legislation at Facex University (2014-2016). Professor of Biophysics, Biostatistics, Research Methodology and Health vigilance at Mauricio de Nassau Faculty (2016-actualy). Experience in the area of Biophysics, actuating manly in the following themes: Biophysics, Biochemistry, Physiology, Electrotermophototherapy, Cardiovascular and Respiratory Physiotherapy, Radiopharmacy, Basic research with radiopharmaceuticals, cardiovascular inflammatory markers, databank research, and in morphology. He has authored 118 publications in peer-review journals. He contributed 7 chapters of published books. Santos-Filho serves as Editorial board member for 7 International/National journals and reviewer for many National and International journals.
Prof. Santos-Filho research is in Experimental Radiopharmacy area, studying “the biologic effects induced by physical and chemical agents, and evaluating the biologic effects of aqueous extracts of medicinal plants in inflammatory markers in blood of Wistar rats”, in the area of Dermato-Functional Physiotherapy studying “the biological effects of LED radiation on the surveillance of bacterial cultures and in the healing of cutaneous lesions”, and in the area of Physiotherapy studying “the biological effects of a sulphate of cupper solution and ultrasound in patients with Hallux valgus”.