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Felipe De Oliveira Galvão

Postdoctoral researcher

About me

Marcos Felipe de Oliveira Galvão received his M.Sc. degree in Biochemistry in 2011 and a Ph.D. degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in 2016 from Professor Silvia Batistuzzo’s group, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN), Natal, Brazil. In 2015 he awarded a Ph.D. visiting fellowship at the unit of Biochemical Toxicology, Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden. In 2018 he joined Professor Kristian Dreij’s group for a postdoc focusing on Genetic Toxicology.

He has experience in the field of Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis with emphasis on particulate matter sampling, physical-chemical characterization, air pollutants dispersion modeling, and analysis of in vitro and in vivo effects of air pollutants.

Research description

 

Publications

Polycyclic aromatic compounds in particulate matter and indoor dust at preschools in Stockholm, Sweden: Occurrence, sources and genotoxic potential in vitro. Lim H, Sadiktsis I, de Oliveira Galvão MF, Westerholm R, Dreij K Sci Total Environ 2021 Feb;755(Pt 1):142709

Genotoxicity and DNA damage signaling in response to complex mixtures of PAHs in biomass burning particulate matter from cashew nut roasting. de Oliveira Galvão MF, Sadiktsis I, Batistuzzo de Medeiros SR, Dreij K Environ Pollut 2020 Jan;256():113381

Buccal micronucleus cytome assay: Inter-laboratory scoring exercise and micronucleus and nuclear abnormalities frequencies in different populations from Brazil. Rohr P, da Silva GF, Vicentini VEP, Almeida IV, Dos Santos RA, Takahashi CS, Goulart MO, da Silva GN, de Oliveira LB, Grisolia CK, Piau TB, Bassi Branco CL, Reis ÉM, de Oliveira Galvão MF, de Medeiros SRB, Monteiro MS, de Vasconcelos Lopes RA, Brandão SFI, Batista NJC, Paz MFCJ, da Silva J Toxicol Lett 2020 Oct;333():242-250

Physico-chemical properties and genotoxic effects of air particulate matter collected from a complex of ceramic industries. Silva KK, Duarte FT, Rodrigues Matias JN, Morais MDSA, Duarte ESF, Soares CGCS, Hoelzemann JJ, de Oliveira Galvão MF. Atmospheric Pollution Research, 10, 597-607, 2019.

Oxidative stress, mutagenic effects, and cell death induced by retene. Peixoto MS, da Silva Junior FC, de Oliveira Galvão MF, Roubicek DA, de Oliveira Alves N, Batistuzzo de Medeiros SR Chemosphere 2019 Sep;231():518-527

TREML4 mRNA Expression and Polymorphisms in Blood Leukocytes are Associated with Atherosclerotic Lesion Extension in Coronary Artery Disease. Duarte VHR, Miranda CTOF, Cruz MS, de Araújo JNG, Duarte MKRN, Santos AMQSD, Santos ICCD, Santos JCD, da Silva AMG, de Oliveira JM, Paiva MSMO, de Oliveira Galvão MF, Rezende AA, Hirata MH, Hirata RDC, Luchessi AD, Silbiger VN Sci Rep 2019 05;9(1):7229

Biomass burning particles in the Brazilian Amazon region: Mutagenic effects of nitro and oxy-PAHs and assessment of health risks. de Oliveira Galvão MF, de Oliveira Alves N, Ferreira PA, Caumo S, de Castro Vasconcellos P, Artaxo P, de Souza Hacon S, Roubicek DA, Batistuzzo de Medeiros SR Environ Pollut 2018 Feb;233():960-970

Characterization of the particulate matter and relationship between buccal micronucleus and urinary 1-hydroxypyrene levels among cashew nut roasting workers. de Oliveira Galvão MF, de Queiroz JDF, Duarte ESF, Hoelzemann JJ, de André PA, Saldiva PHN, Menezes Filho JA, Batistuzzo de Medeiros SR Environ Pollut 2017 Jan;220(Pt A):659-671

Cell death pathways of particulate matter toxicity. Peixoto MS, de Oliveira Galvão MF, Batistuzzo de Medeiros SR Chemosphere 2017 Dec;188():32-48

Mutagenic potential assessment associated with human exposure to natural radioactivity. Marcon AE, Navoni JA, de Oliveira Galvão MF, Garcia ACFS, do Amaral VS, Petta RA, Campos TFDC, Panosso R, Quinelato AL, de Medeiros SRB Chemosphere 2017 Jan;167():36-43

Cashew nut roasting: chemical characterization of particulate matter and genotocixity analysis. Galvão MF, Cabral Tde M, de André PA, Andrade Mde F, de Miranda RM, Saldiva PH, Vasconcellos Pde C, de Medeiros SR Environ Res 2014 May;131():145-52

Genetic damage of organic matter in the Brazilian Amazon: a comparative study between intense and moderate biomass burning. de Oliveira Alves N, de Souza Hacon S, de Oliveira Galvão MF, Simões Peixotoc M, Artaxo P, de Castro Vasconcellos P, de Medeiros SR Environ Res 2014 Apr;130():51-8

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