Marcia Ramos-e-Silva serves as an Associate Professor and the Head of the Department of Dermatology, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; a Vice-President at International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology (IACD), South America. She is a President-Elect in the 67th Brazilian Congress of Dermatology 2012; a Member of the International Committee of Dermatology (ILDS); a Member of the Program Committee, 2014 World Congress of Dermatology, Vancouver, Canada. She graduated in medicine from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and was a Resident in dermatology at the State Institute of Medical Assistance of Rio de Janeiro. Silva is a board-certified dermatologist. She received an M.S. degree and a Ph.D. degree program at UFRJ; another Ph.D. degree program at the University of Rio Grande (UNIRIO). She went through a postdoctorate program at Tulane University, New Orleans, La, USA. Silva has received very important honors as Maria Duran Medal, International Society of Dermatology for Leadership in Dermatology in 2005; Women’s Dermatologic Society International Pioneer Award for Distinguished Women in Dermatology in 2007; 51st Jabuti Prize in 2009; 1st place for the book Fundamentos de Dermatologia under the category Health and Natural Sciences (most important literature prize in Brazil). Silva has 287 scientific publications (4 books, 32 book chapters, and 251 articles in medical journals, of these 109 articles published in PubMed indexed journals). She presented 697 conferences, lectures, case reports, posters, and so on, in specialty congresses, courses, and symposia. Besides Brazil, she lectured in USA, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Italy, Turkey, Ireland, Uruguay, Canada, Portugal, Egypt, Chile, Australia, Mexico, UK, The Netherlands, Malta, Bulgaria, France, Switzerland, Greece, Croatia, Germany, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Spain, Singapore, Dubai, Hungary, Israel, Colombia, Finland, Korea, South Africa, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Tanzania and Philippines (some more than once).
Biography Updated on 18 September 2011