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Ana Maria Miranda Botelho Teixeira

Ana Maria Miranda Botelho Teixeira
Faculty of Sport Sciences and Physical Education
Research Centre for Sport and Physical Activity


Ana Maria Miranda Botelho Teixeira. Aggregation completed - in 2010. It is Associate Professor with Aggregation and Associate Professor with Aggregation at the University of Coimbra. He has published 61 articles in specialized journals and 20 papers in conference proceedings, has 15 book chapters and 3 books published. It has 29 items of technical production. He directed three doctoral theses and co-directed 2, 5 directed dissertations and co-directed 5, in addition to having walked one undergraduate work at the Health Sciences area. He received three awards and / or honors. Between 2001 and 2015 he participated in 6 research projects, and coordinated three of these. Active in the areas of Medical Sciences with emphasis in Health Sciences and Exact Sciences with an emphasis in Other Exact Sciences. In their professional activities interacted with 281 employees in co-authorship of scientific papers. In his curriculum DeGóis the most frequent terms in the context of scientific, technological and artistic-cultural production are: exercise, immunity, training load, salivary IgA, dendritic cells, immune senescence, CD66, IgA, adhesion and adhesion molecules

Research Interest

His research interests are exercise immunology and exercise and health promotion