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Professor of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul? UFRGS. Researcher 1 CNPq, with the project "Constitution of the Public Communication in Brazil and the paradox of visibility". Coordinator of the Observatory of Public Communication project with CNPq investments, via Universal Notice. He served as coordinator of the area of ââApplied Social Sciences of function (communication. Information Science. Museology) from CAPES and was full member of the CTC in the period from 2011 to 2014. Linked to the Department of Communication, the School of Library and Communication, develops teaching activities together with the Social Communication courses and the Graduate Program in Communication and Information, where he held the coordinating function. She has a PhD in Communication and Culture from UFRJ and a Masters in Sociology from UFRGS, where he graduated in Social Communication with specialization in Public Relations and Advertising. His scientific production and activities are linked to issues of political communication, public communication and organizational communication; communication and political regimes; production systems and communication.
His experience in the field of communication and policy covers the coordination of MEC communications consultancies and the UFRGS, and has integrated the Coordination of Communication of the City of Porto Alegre. Exercised representation positions as vice president of Compos - National Association of Graduate Programs and secretary of COMPOLITICA - Researchers Association for Communication and Politics
Sibele Faller, Neusa Sica da Rocha, Daniela Benzano, Ana Flávia Silva Lima, Anderson Ravy Stolf, Anne Orgler Sordi, Helena Moura, Ana Carolina Peuker, George E. Woody, Brazilian ASI Group, Flavio Pechansky, Felix Kessler, Lísia von Diemen, Maria Lucia Souza-Formigoni, Marcelo Santos Cruz and Sílvia Brasiliano
Research Article: J Addict Res Ther 2015, 6:232