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Sabrina Latansio Costa Ribeiro

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Secretaria de Meio Ambiente, Infraestrutura e Logística (São Paulo - Estado). Instituto de Botânica  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Sabrina Latansio is an Ayurveda teacher at the Naturology Graduation Course at Anhembi Morumbi University (UAM/SP), at the Post graduation Course of Ayurveda (Ancestral Knowledge School/ESA) and in the Post graduation Course of Natural Gine-ecology and INtegrative Practices in Woman's health (Faculdade Innovare/SP). Specialist in Ayurveda Therapy by Escola Yoga Brahma Mandalam (Fundação Sri Vájera (Suddha Dharma Mandalam 2018)), Classic Hatha Yoga instructor and Yogatherapist align to Jnana Yoga from Kaivalyadhama Institut (Índia) (Humaniversidade 2012), Post-doctor in Plant Physiology (USP 2017), PhD in Plant Biology (UNICAMP 2013) and University of Queensland (UQ - Brisbane/Australia 2010), Master in Plant Biodiversity and Environment by the Institute of Botany of São Paulo (IBt/SMA 2007), Bachelor and Licensed on Biological Sciences (UNESP 2000-2004). Have academic experiences in Botany, with emphasis in Plant Ecophysiology, acting principally in the following themes: photosynthesis, nitrogen, rainforest, savannah, functional groups and forest succession. Has clinical experience of accompanying patients for intensive treatments with hospitalization in India hospitals (AVS and Sreedhareeyam Ayurvedic Eye Hospital) and in attendance since 2016. Experience facilitating yoga classes for young and old since 2012. Current research line: sustainable natural gynecology as a practical tool of Female Ecology, focusing on Ayurveda knowledge and scientific evidence, in search of health autonomy, decolonization of the body and female autonomy. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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