Amaral Arévalo is Adjunct Professor at the Department of Psychology at the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (DEPSI/UFRRJ). He holds a PhD in Collective Health and Human Sciences from the Institute of Social Medicine of the State University of Rio de Janeiro (2016) with a sandwich period in the Department of Women and Gender Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. He also has a Master’s in Social Psychology from the State University of Rio de Janeiro (2011) and a degree in Psychology from the Federal University of São João Del Rei (2007). He is a researcher at the Study and Research Group on Subjectivities and Institutions in Folds (GEPSID) and vice-coordinator of the Laboratory of Studies and Research in Education, Diversity and Inclusion (LEPEDI / UFRRJ). Arévalo is also a member of the Latin Network of Researchers in Reproductive Biotechnologies/REDLIBRE (https://sites.usp.br/redlibre/es/). His work focuses mainly on the following topics: body, health, education, sexual and gender diversity, reproductive biotechnologies and modes of subjectivation.
Address to access this curriculum: http://lattes.cnpq.br/3869189885356221.
Publications in English:
- WENHAM, CLARE ; AREVALO, AMARAL ; COAST, ERNESTINA ; CORRÊA, SONIA ; CUELLAR, KATHERINE ; LEONE, TIZIANA ; VALONGUEIRO, SANDRA . Zika, abortion and health emergencies: a review of contemporary debates. Globalization and Health, v. 15, p. 1-7, 2019. Link: https://globalizationandhealth.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12992-019-0489-3