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CNN Brasil gains new columnists of relevance in several areas

A CNN Brazil it has another relevant space for information and opinion by giving visibility to the analyzes of great experts and market personalities. There are eight new columnists who arrive with their expertise and knowledge to add more content of interest to the public on the website. CNN Brazil . The columns will be published on Sundays, debuting on June 16th.

They are, in order of debut: the economist Paulo Hartung, the chief economist of Banco Master Paulo Gala, the economist Geyze Diniz, the infectious disease doctor David Uip, the neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis, the lawyer Arnold Wald Filho, the USP professor Gonzalo Vecina and PUC-Rio professor José Marcio de Camargo.

“The idea is to make qualified analysis even closer to the public of CNN Brazil . Our new columnists, all of them outstanding in their respective areas, will bring, on Sundays, their views of the world in the form of articles of a more diverse nature in relation to the daily hard news present on all platforms”, says Virgilio Abranches, Vice -president of Journalism, Content and Operations at CNN Brasil.

Find out more about each of the new columnists, in alphabetical order:

Arnoldo Wald Filho – Partner at Wald, Antunes, Vita e BlattnerAdvogados and Federal Counselor at OAB, where he currently chairs the Special Mediation and Conciliation Commission. He is president of the Mediation and Arbitration Center of the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce in Brazil and is a member of the Brazilian Arbitration Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce (CCI), of the body of arbitrators of the Chamber of Arbitration and Mediation of the Federation of Industries State of SP ( FIESP) and the Arbitration and Mediation Chamber of Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV).

David Uip – Infectious disease specialist, full professor at the ABC Faculty of Medicine and Free Professor at the University of São Paulo. He was technical director of the Health Service at the Hospital das Clínicas of the Faculty of Medicine of USP. He was founder and director of Casa da AIDS for eight years. Special advisor to Governor Mario Covas, he was also executive director of Incor, president director of the Zerbini Foundation and director of the Emílio Ribas Institute of Infectious Diseases. Coordinator of the AIDS and Endemic Diseases Advisory program in Angola.

Geyze Diniz – Economist, co-founder and president of the Board of the Pact Against Hunger, advisor to Península Participações, vice-president of the Board of Masp. She is also part of the Board of Instituto Verdeescola and the Social Board of Fiesp. She has a degree in Economics from Universidade Mackenzie and an MBA from Fundação Getúlio Vargas. She created the Taeq wellness brand for Grupo Pão de Açúcar, where she served as Director of Strategic Planning and later joined the Board of Directors.

Gonzalo Vecina Neto – public health doctor and assistant professor at the Faculty of Public Health at USP. Professor of the professional master’s degree at EAESP/FGV. He served as Municipal Secretary of Health of São Paulo, National Secretary of Health Surveillance of the Ministry of Health. He was Director President of the National Health Surveillance Agency – Anvisa and was superintendent of Hospital Sírio Libanês.

José Marcio de Camargo – Full professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro and chief economist at Genial Investimentos. He holds a degree in Economics from the Federal University of Minas Gerais and a PhD in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has experience in the field of Economics, with an emphasis on Human Resources Economics.

Miguel Nicolelis – Doctor and neuroscientist, graduated from the University of São Paulo, with a doctorate in General Physiology also from USP, and post-doctorate in Physiology and Biophysics from Hahnemann University (USA). He received the title of Professor Emeritus from Duke University (USA), after having taught at this university from 1994 to 2021, as Full Professor in the Department of Neurobiology. He founded and directed the Duke University Neuroengineering Center for 20 years. He is a pioneer in the study of brain-machine interaction and leads research that develops this technology, in addition to its application in restoring movements in people affected by paralysis and Parkinson’s disease. He founded and directs the Walk Again Project.

Paulo Gala – Chief economist at Banco Master. Graduated in Economics from FEA-USP, he also has a master’s and doctorate in Economics from Fundação Getúlio Vargas in São Paulo. He was a visiting researcher at the Universities of Cambridge UK and Columbia NY. He was an economist, fund manager and CEO of financial market institutions in São Paulo. He has been an economics professor at FGV-SP since 2002 and is also an advisor to FIESP. “Brazil, an Economy that Doesn’t Learn” is the title of his most recent book.

Paulo Hartung – Economist, former governor of Espírito Santo for three terms (2003-2010 and 2015-2018). He is an advisor to the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI). He is an honorary professor at Vila Velha University and an honorary doctorate at UFES. He was also a senator, mayor of Vitória, federal deputy and state deputy. Currently, he heads the Brazilian Tree Industry (Ibá), an association that brings together the production chain of trees planted for industrial purposes.

The columns for each will be published monthly, with updates always on Sundays.

Check out the debut dates of the new columnists:

June 16: Premiere of Paulo Gala and Paulo Hartung

June 23: Geyze Diniz and Davi Uip debut

June 30: Premiere of Miguel Nicolelis and Arnoldo Wald Filho

July 7: Premiere of Gonzalo Vecina and José Marcio de Camargo

Source: CNN Brasil

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