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Euzenir Nunes Sarno

Euzenir Nunes Sarno
Scientist of Leprosy Laboratory
Oswaldo Cruz Foundation


Dr. Sarno as the Head of the Leprosy Laboratory at FIOCRUZ, a Reference Center for Leprosy, she is the coordinator of the research projects developed in the Leprosy Laboratory and is responsible for the conduction of clinical and pathogenic studies performed in the Out-Patient Unit which give support to the National Control Program. Dr. Sarno has been working for several years in the pathogenesis of leprosy with relevant contributions to understanding of this disease. She has published 234 articles in scientific journals.

Research Interest

1) “Early prediction and prevention of leprosy in household contacts, measurement of peripheral autonomic nerve dysfunction in relation to clinical and molecular parameters” Co-investigator Collaborative project with Paul Klatser and Samira Buhrer, Biomedical Research Kit, Royal Tropical Institute - The Netherlands 2) “Expression of Toll-like receptors and cytokine production in leprosy lesions and the Schwann cell line ST88-14” Co-investigator Collaborative project with Robert Modlin, Division of Dermatology, University of California, UCLA, USA 4) “Definition of Mycobacterium tuberculosis antigens for vaccination and early detection of tuberculosis” Co-investigator Collaborative project with Tom HM Ottenhoff, Department of Immuno-Hematology and Blood transfusion, Leiden University Medical Center - The Netherlands 5) “Multiple approaches to clarify the nerve lesion mechanisms in leprosy. Clinical and experimental studies” National Research Council – CNPq - Brazil 6) ”Serum levels and activity of matrix metalloproteinases in leprosy reactional states” National Research Council – CNPq - Brazil 7) “Effect of multidrug treatment on the evolution of nerve lesion in leprosy” National Research Council – CNPq - Brazil