Beatriz Klimeck is a doctoral student in Collective Health at the Institute of Social Medicine (IMS/UERJ), with a Master’s degree from the same institution, Master’s student in Scientific and Cultural Dissemination (Labjor/UNICAMP) and undergraduate degree in Social Sciences from Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV CPDOC). She is currently a member of the Latin American Center on Sexuality and Human Rights (CLAM/IMS-UERJ) and coordinator of the Contemporary Anthropology Laboratory (LAC/FGV CPDOC). She also serves as a research member of the international organization Academy for Eating Disorders, the local/global organization Endangered Bodies, and the Grupo Corpo e Cultura – Endangered Bodies SP. She specializes primarily in the areas of Health and Science Anthropology, Public Health and Scientific Dissemination.
Address to access this curriculum: http://lattes.cnpq.br/4918862095613545.
Publications in English:
- RODRIGUES, CAMILA CAVALCANTI BARCELOS ; GAMA, BEATRIZ KLIMECK GOUVÊA ; PORTES, KARLA P. . Is low female presence in urology a brazilian issue?. REVISTA DE MEDICINA (SÃO PAULO. ONLINE), v. 98, p. 24-24, 2019. Link: https://www.revistas.usp.br/revistadc/article/view/163042/156845