Cassio Raposo Do Amaral - Early Life and Education

Early Life and Education

He was born in São Paulo, and went on to study Medicine at the then recently-established State University of Campinas (UNICAMP), graduating in 1966. While a student, he was active in the Medical Student Union, and was one of the organizers of a preparatory course for entrance to the medical school. He also began as a student his lifelong careers as a medical researcher and teacher.

Following his graduation, he had three years of medical residence training in general surgery, being one at UNICAMP and two at the Medical School of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He finished a specialization in plastic surgery at the University of São Paulo (USP), becoming an instructor at the Medical School of the State University of Campinas in the same year. He obtained his Ph.D. at USP and won a full professorship at UNICAMP in 1994. Dr. Cassio Raposo do Amaral post-doctoral studies in advanced plastic surgery were done abroad, at the Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery of the New York University Medical Center, under Prof. John Marquis Converse, where he was invited to stay for one year as a plastic surgery fellow and as an assistant professor from 1972 to 1973. In the following year he traveled to France to study with noted surgeon and professor, Dr. Paul Tessier, the creator of craniofacial surgery.

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