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Carlos Vinicius Gomes Melo


Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Instituto de Psicologia (IP)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Psychologist (CRP03/6732)PhD in Social Psychology (USP) and Master's in Social and Work Psychology (UFBA), he is also a Specialist in Analytical Psychotherapy (IJBA) and Public Health (IBPEX).Currently, he is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Energy and Environment at USP (IEE-USP), working in the Technical Team of the Master Plan of the USP University City, Butantã Campus. He is also a collaborating professor in the Graduate Program in Social Psychology at the Institute of Psychology at USP. He completed his Postdoctoral internship at the Institute of Psychology at USP, with a FAPESP scholarship, integrating the Research Group on Psychology and Ethnic-Racial Relations, where he served as deputy coordinator and manager of the Research Project "Limits and possibilities for the well-being of black students in higher education institutions: the case of USP."Founder and CEO of the deeptech EduWellTech, a digital tool created to assess and monitor the mental health of university students, currently incubated at CIETEC (IPEN-USP).Main areas of expertise:- Academic Research and Social Impact Technological Innovation- University Teaching and Academic Coordination- Mental Health of University Students- Ethnic-Racial Relations- Stigma, Stereotype, Prejudice, Discrimination, and Psychosocial Effects of Racism- Social Representations- Psychotherapy- Psychology Council System- Harm Reduction- Social AssistanceContacts: Email: ORCID: []( MyResearcherID: []( Phone: +55 71 99132-9113 / +55 11 94440-9113 (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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