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Ricardo J. Dinis-Oliveira Department of Biological Sciences Faculty of Medicine University of Porto Laboratory of Toxicology, Faculty of Pharmacy Porto (Portugal) Biography
Biography of Ricardo J. Dinis-Oliveira
Ricardo Jorge Dinis-Oliveira completed a PhD degree in Toxicology in the University of Porto. By Rector Dispatch awarded the European PhD. He holds 2 Post-Doc in Toxicology and Pharmacology, and Habilitation (Aggregation) in Forensic Sciences by the Faculty of Medicine, University of Porto. He published more than 145 papers, 35 book chapters, edited 4 books and 4 patents. He is Director of the Course in Forensic Laboratorial Sciences, Course in Biomedical Sciences and of the Master in Forensic Sciences and Laboratory Techniques of University Institute of Health Sciences. He is the president elect of the Portuguese Association of Forensic Sciences. His current h-index is 26 according to SCOPUS.