Spotlight on Brazil Series - Social inequalities in Brazil: Effects and Outcomes in Life and Health Conditions

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Pedro Dos Santos


Dr. Clarice Mota is an Anthropologist with a master's degree in Collective Health, PhD in Sociology from the Federal University of Bahia and a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of York (UK). Since 2009, she is a full-time professor at the Institute of Collective Health – UFBA in the Department of Public Health and serves as the vice-coordinator of the Integrated Program for Research and Technical Cooperation Community, Family and Health (FASA). Her research focuses on communities and groups affected by social vulnerability, racial inequality, and neglected diseases, and she has done extensive studies on social protection policies, therapeutic itineraries of Sickle Cell Disease, and institutional racism.

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