Research Group: iGO – Health Technology Assessment in Gastrointestinal Oncology
Thematic Line: TL2 – Clinical & Translational Research addresses
Hub: Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas Abel Salazar
Research Areas: Metabolic and Obesity Surgery, Digestive Tube Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Quality and Research in Surgery
updated on 19/03/2018
Gil Faria is a member of the iGo Research Group, subordinated to the Thematic Line 2 – Clinical and Translational Research of CINTESIS.
He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto (FMUP) and earned his Master in Medicine and Oncology from the same Faculty. In 2014, he obtained his Doctorate Degree in Metabolic Surgery from FMUP, and later completed his Master Degree in Public Health from the Harvard Medical School of Public Health (USA).
His career in education began as a Guest Assistant Lecturer at FMUP, where he worked from 2006 to 2012. During that period, he also worked at the Hospital of São João, where he completed the internship and residency in General Surgery.
In June of 2015, he accepted the position of Guest Assistant Professor at ICBAS, an activity he performs in parallel with that of a surgeon at the General Surgery Service of the Hospital Centre of Porto and other private hospitals.
He was the first Portuguese to be distinguished with an annual grant from the International Federation of Surgery for Obesity and Metabolic Diseases (IFSO).
TITLE: P-cadherin, Osteopontin and MIB1 as prognostic factors for loco-regional relapse in breast cancer
AUTHORS: Faria, G ; Martins, D; Bettencourt, H; Davila, C; Amendoeira, I; Schmitt, F ; Cardoso, MJ;
SOURCE: European Breast Cancer Conference in EJC SUPPLEMENTS, VOLUME: 8, ISSUE: 3, PUBLISHED: 2010
TITLE: Metabolic Score Insights on the Development and Prediction of Remission of Metabolic Syndrome After Gastric Bypass
AUTHORS: Gil Faria ; Diogo Pestana ; Marisa Aral; John Preto; Sonia Norberto; Conceicao Calhau ; Joao T Guimaraes ; Antonio Taveira Gomes;
SOURCE: ANNALS OF SURGERY, VOLUME: 260, ISSUE: 2, PUBLISHED: 2014
TITLE: An exceptionally rare cause of upper GI bleeding: retrograde jejunogastric intussusception
AUTHORS: Pedro Pimentel Nunes ; Gil Faria ; John Preto; Alexandre Lima Carneiro; Manuela Baptista; Jose Alexandre Sarmento;
SOURCE: GASTROINTESTINAL ENDOSCOPY, VOLUME: 72, ISSUE: 5, PUBLISHED: 2010
TITLE: Persistent organic pollutant levels in human visceral and subcutaneous adipose tissue in obese individuals-Depot differences and dysmetabolism implications
AUTHORS: Diogo Pestana ; Gil Faria ; Carla Sa; Virginia C Fernandes; Diana Teixeira ; Sonia Norberto; Ana Faria; Manuela Meireles ; Claudia Marques; Luisa Correia Sa; Ana Cunha; Joao T Guimaraes ; Antonio Taveira Gomes; Ana Cristina Santos;Valentina F Domingues; Cristina Delerue Matos; Rosario Monteiro ; Conceicao Calhau; SOURCE: ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH,
VOLUME: 133, PUBLISHED: 2014
TITLE: Gallstones and Bariatric Surgery: To Treat or Not to Treat?
AUTHORS: Marina Morais; Gil Faria ; Diana Goncalves; Jose Barbosa; John Preto; Paulo J Costa Maia;
SOURCE: Clinical Congress and Scientific Forum of the American-College-of-Surgeons in JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, VOLUME: 223, ISSUE: 4, PUBLISHED: 2016