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General Coordinator
Jane Russo 

Coordinator for Brazil
Sergio Carrara 

International Coordinator
Horacio Sívori  

Executive Coordinator
Leila Araújo

Publishing Coordinator
Anna Paula Uziel

Research Coordinator
Martinho Braga Silva 

Social Communication Coordinator
Washington Castilhos  

Coordination Assistants:
Vanessa Leite – general coordination assistant
Andreia Barreto – executive coordination assistant
Bruno Zilli – publishing coordination assistant

Secretariat 
Jacqueline Costa
Fábio Pereira
Fátima do Amaral

Librarian
Sandra Infurna
 
Projects:

Website 

Washington Castilhos – coordinator/editor

- Media Personnel
Fábio Grotz
Manuel Alejandro Rodríguez Rondón

- Academic Supervisor
Horácio Sívori 

Layout nitadesign - www.nitadesign.com.br
Web Production - FW2 - Agência Digital

Sexuality, Health and Society – Latin American Journal
Sergio Carrara – editor

- Executive editors
Maria Gabriela Lugones
Jane Russo

- Book review editors
Anna Paula Uziel
Maria Carranza

- Revision
Federico Lavezzo
Horácio Sívori
Malu Resende

Specialization on Gender and Sexuality – EGeS
Sergio Carrara – general coordinator
Fernanda Vecchi – academic coordinator
Andreia Barreto – E-learning coordinator
Islei Belsoff  - academic secretary
Monica Arruda  - academic secretary

GDE+5
Aline Duque
Lucas Tramontano
Elisabete Pereira

GPP Evaluation
Maria Luiza Heilborn – Coordinator
Leila Araújo
Elisabete Pereira
Andreia Barreto

Minibios

Anna Paula Uziel, psychologist, Ph.D. in Social Sciences at the State University of Campinas, associate professor at the Institute of Psychology/State University of Rio de Janeiro and at the Brazilian Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine. Areas of activity: juridical psychology, family and sexuality. Conducts research on gay and lesbian parenting.

Horacio Sívori - anthropologist, B.A. from National University of Rosario, M.A. from New York University and Ph.D. from Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Areas of interest: homosexuality, science and politics. Current research: expert knowledge, GLBT activism and Aids prevention in Argentina.

Jacqueline Costa, secretary of the Program on Gender, Sexuality and Health at the Institute of Social Medicine/State University of Rio de Janeiro since 1999. Has worked at major academic and research centers.

Jane Araujo Russo, psychologist and anthropologist, Ph.D. in Social Anthropology at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, associate professor at the Institute of Social Medicine/State University of Rio de Janeiro. Areas of activity: Psychological, psychoanalytic and psychiatric knowledge and practices. Conducts research on sexuality in contemporary psychiatric nosography.

Leila Araújo, educator. Areas of activity: gender, health and citizenship. Conducts projects in health education, women’s empowerment and social inclusion. At present working as project manager at the Program of Study and Research on Gender, Sexuality and Health at the Institute of Social Medicine/State University of Rio de Janeiro.

Maria Luiza Heilborn, historian and anthropologist, Ph.D. in Social Anthropology at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; associate professor at the Institute of Social Medicne/State University of Rio de Janeiro. Areas of activity: gender, family and sexuality. Conducts research on homosexuality, youth and sexuality, and feminism in Brazil.

Sandra Infurna, librarian. Has developed projects in automation of private libraries, in nongovernmental and public organizations, and research on computerization and updating of websites of Brazilian universities.

Sérgio Carrara, anthropologist, Ph.D. in Social Anthropology at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, associate professor at the Institute of Social Medicine/State University of Rio de Janeiro. Areas of activity: history of science and medicine, law and sexuality. Conducts research projects on violence against women and gays and on the development of sexology in Brazil.

Washington Castilhos, journalist, worked at Oswaldo Cruz Foundation press agency. Areas of activity: sciences, technology and politics. Currently writes articles for the Latin American Center for Sexuality and Human Rights website.

 

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