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Passionate about teaching from an early age, Márcio Navalho began his formal Academic Career shortly after completing his Degree in Medicine in 2003, hired as Guest Assistant of the Physiological Biochemistry and Biochemistry II Subjects of FML, where he remained until 2012.

Between 2004 and 2007 he was a free lecturer in the Imaging Subject of FML and between 2010 and 2014 in the Diseases of the Locomotor System Subject of the same Faculty.

Two years after finishing his PhD work, in 2014, he was hired as Guest Assistant Professor at the New Atlântica University, responsible for all the teaching of Imaging in the Complementary Means of Diagnosis and Therapy Subject, a project that he would maintain until 2018.

In 2018 he embraces what is his academic home par excellence, Nova Medical School (NMS), hired as Guest Assistant Professor, functions that he maintains to date, currently in charge of the Medicine 4.0 Subject.

The NMS’s Medicine 4.0 Subject was, at the time of its creation, in 2018, the first structured Subject available in a Medicine curriculum worldwide, completely dedicated to the important role of technology in the Medical practice during the fourth industrial revolution. Addressing in depth complex topics such as digital health in all its facets, cybermedicine, biomechanics, monitoring and medical devices, internet of things, artificial intelligence, robotics, big data. In the Subject, Márcio Navalho coordinates a teaching group of excellence, composed of 17 PhD graduates, with academic backgrounds as diverse as Medicine, Electronic Engineering, Computer Science, Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering.

Márcio Navalho at the signing of the cooperation protocol with Nova Medical School.