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Israel Subira MP3

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Title:Me Leva pra Casa - Israel Subirá

Duration:Ficha Técnica: Letra e MúsicaIsrael Subirá GravaçãoEstúdio Dove CaptaçãoAndré Aquino e Jonatas Felix MixagemAndré Aquino MasterizaçãoSing

Quality:320 Kbps

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Julio Moizeszowicz

Julio Moizeszowicz is an Argentine psychiatrist. He was born (1943-05-25)May 25, 1943 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is the son of Polish immigrants who moved to Argentina before World War II. From 1965-1968, he was a Resident Physician at the University of Buenos Aires Medical Clinic Research Institute (under the head Alfredo Lanari). He worked with the team that made the first kidney transplants and the first meeting with the psychotherapy doctors from the Balint Society in Argentina. In 1968, after completing his residency, he went to Germany to learn about the clinical drug development (psychopharmacologic and others) of Phase I-II (nomifensine, etifoxine, clobazam, loprazolam, streptokinase, Haemaccel) at the Pharmacologic and Medical Department of Hoechst AG, Behringwerke in Germany. In 1973, he started working at the National Neuropsychiatric Hospital José Tiburcio Borda in Buenos Aires. He was firmly interested in the biological basis of the mind. He obtained a specialty degree and certification as a Psychiatrist (thesis: "Update on the Clinical Evaluation of Psychotropic Drugs," Acta Psiquiátrica y Psicológica de América Latina 1975; 21: 41-51.) In 1983, in an opposed and open scientific competition, he obtained the post of Associate Professor in the Mental Health Department at Buenos Aires Medical School, with the Jury of Horacio Etchegoyen, Mauricio Goldenberg and Dionisio Duarte. He held the position in the Mental Health Department, in the Jewish Hospital of Buenos Aires, under the Head (Dr. Jorge Garcia Badaracco) until 1994, where he taught criteria of evidence-based medicine on the neuro-psychopharmacological and psychotherapeutic treatments of patients in the general hospital. From 1983 to 1989, he worked in Didactic Teaching and Supervision of Psychoanalysis at the Psychoanalytic Association of Buenos Aires (ApdeBA, affiliated with the International Psychoanalytic Association) with Dr. Elizabeth Tabak and Dr. Horacio Etchegoyen. He was Medical Director at "The Aleph" Day Mental Health Clinic (Multiple Therapies Community and Social Learning, 1986–1995); President of the Foundation of Psychopharmacology Research; Editor of the "Revista Argentina de Psicofarmacología" (Argentine Psychopharmacology Journal, 1995–2000) and the "Revista FundoPsi, Evidencia en Psicofarmacología" (Argentine Journal of Evidence-based Psychopharmacology, 2000–2004). He was a Professor at Salta Health Sciences School, National University of Salta (1985–1986); Visiting Professor at the School of Medicine, National University of Córdoba (1997) and the Galician School of Health Administration (under the Head Mental Health Department, Dr. Tiburcio Angosto Saura), Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 2001; Professor of Psychopathology at the Buenos Aires Psychoanalytic Association; Professor of Psychopharmacology at the Argentine Psychiatrist Association; Supervisor at the Psychopharmacology´s Section of the Psychology Department in the Israeli Hospital, Buenos Aires (1977–1989). He has served as President of the Psychopharmacology Section of the Argentine Psychiatrist Association (affiliate to the World Psychiatric Association, 1983–1993); Member of the Buenos Aires Psychoanalytic Association (component society of the International Psychoanalytic Association) and the New York Academy of Sciences. He is currently an International Member of the American Psychiatric Association, Who's Who, Marquis Publication, the Argentine Medical Association, the Argentine Psychiatric Association and of the Board of the Argentine College of Psychopharmacology and Neuroscience.

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