Filipe Silva
Name: Filipe Silva
E-mail: fsilva@ipatimup.pt
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Academic Degree: PhD


Filipe Silva
Filipe Silva
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Short CV

Filipe Santos Silva holds a Ph.D. in Human Biology and a Master's in Oncobiology from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto. He leads the Public Awareness of Cancer Unit at IPATIMUP and is a member of the Communication Unit at I3S. Affiliate professor at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto and guest researcher at the Fred and Pamela Buffett Cancer Center - University of Nebraska. Vice-President of the European Society for Cancer Education and Associate Editor of the “Journal of Cancer Education”. Consultant in the area of ¿¿innovation collaborates with national and international courts in the field of scientific dissemination. It has 70 publications in indexed international journals with 2,145 citations (h-index 25). He coordinated several projects of ¿¿basic research (mucins and oncogenesis) and projects for cancer prevention education.


Highlights

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Ana Barros, Post Doc

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1. Santos-Silva F, Fonseca A, Caffrey T, Carvalho F, Mesquita P, Reis C, Almeida R, David L, Hollingsworth MA
 
2. Silva F, Carvalho F, Peixoto A, Teixeira A, Almeida R, Reis C, Bravo LE, Realpe L, Correa P, David L
 
3. Silva F, Carvalho F, Peixoto A, Seixas M, Almeida R, Carneiro F, Mesquita P, Figueiredo C, Nogueira C, Swallow DM, Amorim A, David L
MUC1 gene polymorphism in the gastric carcinogenesis pathway. European journal of human genetics : EJHG 9: 548-52, 2001. [Article] 
 
 
Tetra- and pentanucleotide short tandem repeat instability in gastric cancer. Electrophoresis 18: 1633-6, 1997. [Article; Proceedings Paper] 
 
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1. Ribeiro N, Moreira L, Almeida AMP, Santos-Silva F
Can Smartphones Promote Cancer Prevention Behaviours in Healthy Young Adults? A Prospective Study. Journal of cancer education : the official journal of the American Association for Cancer Education 34: 847-853, 2019. [Article] 
 
2. Barros A, Moreira L, Santos H, Ribeiro N, Santos-Silva F
Development of a Measurement Tool to Assess Students' Knowledge and Perceptions About Cancer (SKPaC). Journal of cancer education : the official journal of the American Association for Cancer Education 34: 556-561, 2019. [Article] 
 
3. Barros A, Santos H, Moreira L, Ribeiro N, Silva L, Santos-Silva F
Correction to: The Cancer, Educate to Prevent Model-the Potential of School Environment for Primary Prevention of Cancer. Journal of cancer education : the official journal of the American Association for Cancer Education 33: 497, 2018. [Correction] 
 
4. Ribeiro N, Moreira L, Almeida AMP, Santos-Silva F
Pilot study of a smartphone-based intervention to promote cancer prevention behaviours. International journal of medical informatics 108: 125-133, 2017. [Article] 
 
5. Ribeiro N, Moreira L, Pisco Almeida AM, Santos-Silva F
Mobile Seamless Learning Tool for Cancer Education Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies 80: 3-10, 2017. [Proceedings Paper] 
 
Guidelines for a Cancer Prevention Smartphone Application: a mixed-methods study International Journal of Medical informatics  1, 2016. [Article] 
 
7. Barros A, Santos H, Moreira L, Ribeiro N, Silva L, Santos-Silva F
The Cancer, Educate to Prevent Model-the Potential of School Environment for Primary Prevention of Cancer. Journal of cancer education : the official journal of the American Association for Cancer Education 31: 646-651, 2016. [Article] 
 
8. Ribeiro N, Moreira L, Almeida AM, Santos Silva F
Happy: Cancer Prevention Using Smartphones Procedia Computer Science 100: 466-473, 2016. [Proceedings Paper] 
 
Smartphones: Innovative Tools in Cancer Prevention Encyclopedia of E-Health and Telemedicine  1, 2016. [] 
 
 
11. Costa NR, Caffrey T, Hollingsworth M, Santos-Silva F
MUC1 Mucin-Mediated Signaling Pathways in Gastric Carcinoma Cells Helicobacter 14: 384-384, 2009. [Meeting Abstract] 
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12. Costa NR, Mendes N, Marcos NT, Reis CA, Caffrey T, Hollingsworth MA, Santos-Silva F
 PMID: 18322957.
 
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