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  • 1. University of São Paulo
  • 2. First civil institution of the area in Brazil 1934 Establishment of the Physical Education School 1969 Incorporation to the University of São Paulo 1977 Establishment of the Master’s Program 1989 Establishment of the Doctoral Program 1992 Readjustment of the Curricular Structure 2010 Completion of the Laboratories Building
  • 3. Internship at the School of Physical Education of the Army - Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
  • 4. To provide quality education and produce innovative knowledge in the areas of Physical Education and Sport, in an interdisciplinary and applied way, interacting with the society. Commemorative sculpture of the 70th anniversary of EEFE, reproduced under perspective. Original work by Professor Erasmo Castro de Tolosa.
  • 5. Pool Mat Gym Among others: classrooms, vivarium, sports courts, Olympic gymnastics and dancing hall, videoconference technology, teachers’ rooms, administration area, computer room for students and laboratories.
  • 6. Inaugurated in 2010, it has a total area of 2099.5 m² where there are Laboratories, Professors’ Offices and Auditorium.
  • 7. - Bachelor degree in Sport - Bachelor degree in Physical Education - Teaching degree in Physical Education
  • 8. Grade in the Federal Government Evaluation: 6 out of 7 Master’s programs • Biodynamics of the Human Movement • Pedagogy of the Human Movement • Sport Sciences Doctorate programs • Biodynamics of the Human Movement • Pedagogy of the Human Movement
  • 9. Research is one of the greatest concerns of the School of Physical Education and Sport. The studies are developed in the Labs and Research Groups, involving professors, students, researchers and specialized technicians.
  • 10. Study Areas: • Neuromuscular Adaptations to Strength Training; • Sports Performance; • Models for Strength Training; • Therapeutic effects of strength training. Coordinator: Hamilton Roschel, PhD.
  • 11. Study Areas: • Obesity: metabolic aspects and exercise; • Creatine supplementation; • Leucine supplementation and other amino acids. Coordinator: Antonio Herbert Lancha Junior, PhD.
  • 12. Study Areas: • Acute and chronic effects of exercise on the cardiovascular system; • Therapeutics for acute coronary syndromes. Coordinator: Maria Urbana Pinto Brandão, PhD.
  • 13. Study Areas: • Acute and chronic effects of the exercise on the cardiovascular system; • Physical exercise and oxidative stress; • Interrelation energy hormones substrates during exercise; • Physical training and metabolic impact caused by the ingestion of glucose; • Biochemical and molecular aspects of the cardiac hypertrophy caused by physical training. Coordinators: Edilamar M. de Oliveira, PhD. Paulo Rizzo Ramires, PhD.
  • 14. Study Areas: • Biomechanics of the locomotion; • Internal forces and biomechanical models; • Sports biomechanics; • Biomechanics of the postural control; • Instrumentation applied to biomechanics. Coordinator: Julio Cerca Serrão, PhD.
  • 15. Study Areas: • Endurance evaluation; • Body composition of sportsmen; • Physical conditioning; • Sport performance; • Sport and disability. Coordinator: Emerson Franchini, PhD. Related research groups: • Biological Evaluation of Sport; • Planning and Monitoring Physical and Sports Training. • Wrestling, Martial Arts and Combat Methods;
  • 16. Study Areas: • Acute and chronic effects of the exercise on the cardiovascular system; • Exercise and mental health; • Neural control of the circulation. Coordinators: Claudia Forjaz, PhD. Taís Tinucci, PhD.
  • 17. Study Areas: • Acute and chronic effects of the exercise on the cardiovascular system; • Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathy. Coordinator: Carlos Eduardo Negrão, PhD.
  • 18. Study Areas: • Motor behavior and aging; • Postural Control; • Laterality and motor behavior. Coordinator: Luis Augusto Teixeira, PhD.
  • 19. Study Areas: • Acute and chronic effects of the exercise in the cardiovascular system; • Heart failure and cardiomyopathy. Coordinator: Patricia Chakur Brum, PhD.
  • 20. Study Areas: • Motor development analysis and diagnosis; • Motor response organization. Coordinator: Suely dos Santos, PhD.
  • 21. Study Areas: • Psychosocial aspects of the sport; • Psychological aspects of children competition; • Psychological aspects of high-level sport; • Sport performance; • Sport and disability. Coordinator: Antonio Carlos Simões, PhD. Related research groups: • Social Psychology of Sport; • Soccer and Futsal; • Planning and Monitoring Physical and Sports Training.
  • 22. Study Area: • Youth and children training. Coordinator: Maria Tereza Silveira Böhme, PhD. Related research groups: • Sport for Persons with Disabilities; • Sport Management; • Children and Youth Training.
  • 23. Study Areas: Related research groups: • Curricular development; • Human Movement and Physical Education Pedagogy; • Professional preparation. • Physical Education and Collective Health; • Development of the Motor Action and Intervention; • Physical Education Pedagogy. Coordinator: Luis Dantas, PhD.
  • 24. Study Areas: • Cultural and historical studies of the human movement and its manifestation; • Sport imaginary; • Social psychology of the human movement; • Philosophical and anthropological aspects of the human movement; • Leisure. Coordinator: Katia Rubio, PhD. Related research groups: • Sport Psychology Observatory; • Olympic Studies; • Interdisciplinary Study Group on Soccer. • Pula
  • 25. Aerobic Performance Interdisciplinary Study Group on Soccer Coordinator: Romulo Bertuzzi , PhD. Coordinator: Katia Rubio, PhD. Biological Evaluation of Sport Knowledge and Practices for Physical Education Teachers Coordinator: Maria Augusta P.D. Kiss , PhD. Coordinator: Walter Correia , PhD. Children and Youth Training Neuromuscular Adaptations to Strength Training Coordinator: Maria Tereza Silveira Böhme, PhD. Coordinator: Valmor Alberto Augusto Tricoli, PhD. Development of the Motor Action and Intervention Olympic Studies Coordinator: Edison de Jesus Manoel , PhD. Coordinator: Kátia Rúbio, PhD. Human Movement and Physical Education Pedagogy Physical Education and Collective Health Coordinator: Yara Maria de Carvalho, PhD. Coordinator: Osvaldo Luiz Ferraz, PhD.
  • 26. Physical Education Pedagogy Social Psychology of Sport Coordinator: Luiz Eduardo P. B. Tourinho Dantas, PhD. Coordinator: Antônio Carlos Simões, PhD. Planning and Monitoring Physical and Sports Training Sport for Persons with Disabilities Coordinator: Alexandre Moreira, PhD. Coordinator: Elisabeth de Mattos, PhD. Pregnancy and Physical Activity Sport Management Coordinator: Monica Yuri Takito , PhD. Coordinator: Flávia da Cunha Bastos, PhD. Pula Study Group Sport Psychology Observatory Coordinators: Coordinator: Katia Rubio, PhD. Ana Cristina Zimmermann, PhD. Soraia Chung Saura, PhD. Wrestling, Martial Arts and Combat Methods Coordinator: Emerson Franchini, PhD. Soccer and Futsal Coordinator: José Carlos Aguilar Cortez, PhD.
  • 27. The Culture and Extension Office aims to complement the education and the research seeking interaction between the academic community and the society. Managed by a specific Dean’s Office, extension activities are organized as following:
  • 28. The goal of these courses is to provide professional qualification and improvement for students, professionals and whoever may be interested in the field of Physical Education, Sport and similar themes. The programs are subdivided in Cultural Diffusion, Updating, Improvement and Specialization.
  • 29. These programs consist on physical activities supervised by capable and experienced professionals. Besides being a service provision to the community, the classes are also a field for practical training to the students and for research in Physical Education and Sport. The programs are oriented to a diversified population with the objective to promote health and quality of life. - Physical activity adapted to asthma carriers - Hydrogymnastics - Physical activity and nutritional control - Inclusive swimming - Physical Conditioning - Learning to swim - Physical Conditioning for the elderly -Swimming for teenagers - Physical Conditioning with hydrogymnastics - Physical Conditioning with body restructuring - Physical Education for the elderly - Stretching -Swimming for adults -Swimming for children -Course on cardiac arrest resuscitation
  • 30. Exercise and Heart Project The goal of this project is to encourage and to enable Partnership with the Heart Institute the safe practice of physical exercise, seeking to improve and to maintain the quality of life. Expert EEFE supports the cardiovascular rehabilitation program by InCor (Heart Institute of the Clinics Hospital). instructors offer people in public places free information on health, physical evaluation and orientation / prescription of exercises. The project is carried out by the Laboratory of Exercise Hemodynamic.
  • 31. The School seeks international insertion of the researches by means of cooperation with partner institutions: • Deustch Sporthochschule Köln (Germany); • Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences (USA); • Technische Universitat Kaiserlauterm (Germany); • Universidad de Playa Ancha de Ciencias de La Educacion (Chile); • Universidad de Vigo (Spain); • Universidad Nacional de Rio Cuarto (Argentina); • Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain); • University of Tsukuba (Japan); • Universidade do Porto (Portugal); • Universidade Pedagogica de Moçambique (Mozambique); • University of Worcester (United Kingdom); • Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium); • Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway).
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