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Carlos Nunes Filipe , Professor (Prof.)
- Psychiatrist; PhD in Neurophysiology; sub-specialty of Clinical Neurophysiology; Professor at the Nova Medical School / Faculty of Medical Sciences of the New University of Lisbon, Head of Department of Medical Physiology
He has developed research in the areas of Physiology and Pathophysiology of the Nervous System in Portugal and The Netherlands.
Scientific Director of CADIn (Center for Support to Neurodevelopment and Inclusion), in Cascais between 2005 and 2015.
Head of Department of Neurosciences at NOVA Medical School / Faculty of Medical Sciences of Universidade Nova de Lisboa between 2012 and 2016.
Head of Department of Medical Physiology at NOVA Medical School / Faculty of Medical Sciences of Universidade Nova de Lisboa since 2015.
Clinical Director of the Portuguese Association for Developmental Disorders and Autism (A.P.P.D.A.), Lisbon.
Over the past fifteen years, his interest has been directed primarily at Neurophysiology, Psychopathology and Clinical Developmental Disorders and, in particular, at the manifestations of Developmental Disorders (v.g. Attention Deficit Disorders and Autism Spectrum Disorders) in adults.
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