Recognized by MEC Administrative Rule No. 942/2015 of 09/16/2015, published in DOU of 09/17/2015.
In 2008, the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) launched the initiative entitled One World, One Health. This approach recognizes that interactions between humans, animals, and the environment and interconnections of social, environmental, and economic determinants are paramount to preventing and controlling disease and promoting health and well-being. Therefore, the course develops research that addresses health, agricultural production, and the environment to minimize the risks arising from the human-animal-environment interface.
The One Health Program aims to train socially engaged researchers for the entire exercise of scientific research and teaching at a higher level, based on the contemporary concept of One Health. For this, the course focuses its efforts on the scientific maturation of the professional, creating an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary vision so that at the end of their training, the postgraduate can act and generate knowledge in challenges involving animal health, human and the interrelationships with the environment.
In addition to teaching and research activities, one of the central pillars of Unisa is promoting the integration of undergraduate and graduate students with vulnerable communities united for the pursuit of well-being and health. Especially in the Veterinary Medicine course, where it is already a tradition.
Professor Rafael Garabet Agopian, PHD (Form Teacher)
Professor Adriana Cortez, PHD (Asssistant Form Teacher)
Professor Arlei Marcili, PHD
Professor Bruno Alonso Miotto, PHD
Professor Cidéli de Paula Coelho, PHD
Professor Guilherme José Costa Silva, PHD
Professor Herbert Sousa Soares, PHD
Professor Jonas Moraes Filho, PHD
Professor Solange Maria Gennari, PHD
Professor Thiago Bernardino de Almeida, PHD
Professor Valeria Castilho Onofrio, PHD
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Veterinarians, Biologists, Biomedicals, Pharmacists, Agronomists, Zootechnicians and Chemists.
Veterinary Research Laboratory – LabVet
It was developed to enable fundamental and applied scientific research focused on the regional characteristics of large urban centers, aiming at improving the environment and human and animal health. In addition, it aims at training human resources and quality scientific production in the different lines of research that make up the graduate program.
The laboratories are equipped to study:
Veterinary Hospital – HOVET
The Unisa Veterinary Hospital offers ambulatory care in medical and surgical clinics for small and large animals and an ambulatorial clinic for the care of wild animals. It has a surgical center with two rooms for small animals and large animals. A diagnostic imaging sector is also available, equipped with RX and ultrasonography.
The outpatient clinic for small animal care is large and has ten rooms. Five rooms are destined to the Medical Clinic Sector, of which one is destined for animals with suspicion of infectious diseases and the other five for the Sector of Surgery.
The surgical clinic has five ambulatory rooms. Two are for preparation and recovery, and three are for surgical centers, equipped with pantographic table, surgical focus, HB inhalation anesthesia apparatus (Conquest 3000 model), Digital line cardiac monitor (model DL 6000 vet), Emai pulse oximeter, and air conditioning. In addition, there is a surgical microscope (CEMAPO) for performing microsurgical and ophthalmic procedures.
The area destined for large animals has infrastructure prepared to receive the animals transported in trucks, a patio for water and sunbath, a trunk for containment, and a ring. The hospitalization sector has eight bays.
Mini farm School
The Mini farm School comprises six collective bays and four individual bays. The complex features covered bays, with cemented floor and water troughs for food supply, and an open-air with covered comfort area, where food and water troughs are located.
Currently, the herd comprises 25 animals distributed in adult goats, young goats, young goats, goats, sheep, and sheep.
HEALTH, WELL-BEING, AND BIODIVERSITY
One Health concept aims to study human and animal health, the environment in its plurality, and its interrelationships.
Eu não venho de uma família com base no Ensino Superior. Por isso, esses cinco anos de estudos foram pensando em mudança. Com ajuda de todos os meus familiares, consegui passar na faculdade e vou ser a primeira médica da família.
A Unisa teve um papel fundamental na minha recolocação no mercado de trabalho.
Eu fiz uma promessa para minha mãe: vou terminar o curso, a pandemia vai acabar e ela vai na minha formatura. Estou batalhando para isso.
Não desista dos seus objetivos e acredite que tudo pode melhorar.
Achei que deveria fazer um curso superior porque acredito na existência de um mercado bem amplo para ser explorado, mas para entrar nele, é preciso estar preparada.
A partir daquele momento, eu sonhava em ser um profissional de Educação Física, mas sabia que, para isso, precisava estudar. Foi aí que conheci a Unisa.