Filomena Botelho

Filomena Botelho
University of Coimbra, PT

Maria Filomena Botelho is a senior researcher with a remarkable publication record in biophysics, animal models of human diseases and oncobiology, and experienced in coordinating and supervising PhD and MSc students and projects. He has participated in many research projects as PI and member of the research team and has several national and international collaborations. She is Director of Biophysics Institute of FMUC and Leader of the Research Line Modeling in Oncobiology at CIMAGO. 

Education 
Habilitation in Medicine • 2000 • FMUC 
Specialist in Nuclear Medicine  • 1994 •  OM 
PhD in Medicine • 1992 • FMUC 
New methods for evaluation of lung function with radionuclides Magna cum laude 
MD • 1981 • FMUC 
16 out of 20 
 
Research & Work Experience

Full professor, tenure (MD, PhD) • FMUC
  • Specialization on Experimental Pathology – 2010 
  • Full Professor of Biophysics – since 2007  
  • Director of the Biophysics/Biomathematics Institute – since 2004  
  • Coordinator of Computer Models of Physiological Processes discipline, FCTUC – since 2004 
  • Coordinator of Dosimetry of Radiation and Radiobiology discipline, FCTUC – since 2004 
  • CIMAGO researcher – since 2004 
  • CNC.IBILI researcher – since 1995 
  • Specialization on Nuclear Medicine – 1994 
Supervisor

Supervisor/ co-supervisor of PhD Thesis: 30 (16 finished) 
Supervisor/ co-supervisor MSc and BSc thesis: 42 (32 finished) 

Research Projects

Principal Investigator: 23 
Team member: 20 

Prizes and Awards, Communications and Publications

Prizes and Awards: 54 
Full text publications in peer review journals: 182; Book Chapters: 5; Communications by invitation: 37 
Papers published in the form of abstracts in international and national journals: 743 
Presentations at conferences, scientific meetings, in the form of oral presentations and posters: 901 

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