This degree aims to train human resources to develop research and teaching in this area of knowledge. Graduates will be provided with the skills to develop research activities on the processes and mechanisms developed in animals, including humans, both spontaneous and induced ones, including physical and chemical aspects, as well as their regulation, behavioral manifestations and response to environmental changes.
Lines of research
- Adaptations of animals to environmental variations;
- Biological responses in extreme or pathological conditions;
- Biological effects of nanomaterials;
- Biological effects of toxic agents;
- Integrative physiology.
Capes Score: 4
Area of Concentration: Comparative Animal Physiology