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Champalimaud Clinical Centre

The Champalimaud Clinical Centre (CCC) is a state-of-the-art centre for science, medicine and technology. The CCC hosts a clinical facility for integrated treatment of oncologic and neuropsychiatric diseases, translational research activities and advanced programmes of medical education.

The CCC is fully equipped to offer the latest techniques and methods in the diagnosis and treatment of cancers of the breast, lung, prostate, digestive tract, as well as providing a particular focus on metastasis. Our experienced physicians and scientists work together in multidisciplinary Disease Management Teams to bring all available knowledge and techniques to bear in the provision of personalised, results-oriented medicine. Risk assessment and early diagnosis of disease is a primary concern of all units.

The CCC also includes a Neuropsychiatry Unit which provides care in this area as well as working closely with the Champalimaud Neuroscience Programme to ensure that this work fits the Foundation's translational model of medical science.

All of the Champalimaud Foundation's medical faculty are involved in research projects.

CLINICAL DIRECTOR:

Prof. António Parreira 

MEDICAL TEAM (In alphabetical order):

Dr. Miguel Almeida (Urology)

Dra. Celeste Alves (Breast radiology)

Dr. João Anacleto (Reconstructive surgery)

Prof. Eduardo Barroso (Digestive surgery)

Dra. Lurdes Batarda (Medical Oncology)

Dra. Eva Batista (Breast radiology)

Dra. Sara Belião (Radiology)

Prof. António Lopez Beltran (Pathology)

Dra. Alexandra Borges (Neuroradiology)

Dra. Delfina Brito (Pathology)

Dra. Maria José Brito (Pathology)

Dra. Fátima Cardoso (Medical oncology)

Prof. Maria João Cardoso (Breast surgery)

Prof. Carlos Cordon-Cardo (Pathology)

Dr. Carlos Carvalho (Medical oncology)

Dra. Joana Castanheira (Nuclear medicine)

Prof. Sérgio Castedo (Genetics)

Dr. João Santos Coelho (Surgery)

Prof. J. Bernardo Barahona Corrêa (Neuropsychiatry)

Prof. Durval Costa (Nuclear medicine)

Dr. Nuno Couto (Medical oncology)

Prof. Jorge Cruz (Thoracic surgery)

Dr. José Filipe Cunha (Digestive surgery)

Dr. Hugo Domingos (Digestive surgery)

Dra. Ana Fidalgo (Dermatology)

Dr. Paulo Fidalgo (Gastroenterology)

Prof. Nuno Figueiredo (Digestive surgery)

Dr. Jorge Fonseca (Urology)

Dra. Ana Mascarenhas Gaivão (Radiology)

Dr. Nuno Gil (Medical oncology)

Prof. Carlo Greco (Radiation oncology)

Dr. Pedro Gouveia (Breast surgery)

Dra. Joana Ip (Radiology)

Prof. Cristina João (Hemato-Oncology)

Dr. Sérgio Livraghi (Neurosurgery)

Dra. Ângela Castro Lopes (Internal medicine)

Dr. Luís Vasco Louro (Radiation oncology)

Doutor Paulo Lúcio (Hemathology)

Dr. Rui Lúcio (Urology)

Dr. Frederico Silveira Machado (Internal medicine)

Doutor Albino J. Oliveira-Maia (Neuropsychiatry)

Dra. Rita Canas Marques (Pathology)

Dr. Hugo Pinto Marques (Surgery)

Dr. Rogério Matos (Pulmonology)

Prof. Celso Matos (Radiology)

Dr. Carlos Mavioso (Reconstructive surgery)

Dra. Raquel Mega (Surgery)

Profª. Elizabeth Charlotte Moser (Radiation oncology)

Dr. Henrique Nabais (Gynaecology)

Dra. Mafalda Nogueira (Anaesthesiology)

Dra. Carla Oliveira (Nuclear medicine)

Dr. Oriol Parés (Radiation oncology)

Dr. Jorge Paulino Pereira (Surgery)

Dr. Nuno Pimentel (Radiation oncology)

Dr. David Pinto (Breast surgery)

Dr. Luís Vieira Pinto (Gynaecology)

Dr. Jorge Rebola (Urology)

Dra. Joana Ribeiro (Medical oncology)

Prof. Mário Dinis Ribeiro (Gastroenterology)

Dr. Ricardo Rio-Tinto (Gastroenterology)

Dr. Luís Rosa (Radiology)

Dra. Joana Ruivo (Neuroradiology)

Dra. Ana Paula Silvestre dos Santos (Anesthesiology)

Prof. Sara Matos Santos (Anesthesiology)

Dr. Joaquim Alves da Silva (Neuropsychiatry)

Dra. Berta Sousa (Medical oncology)

Doutora Luzia Travado (Psycho-oncology)

Dr. Nuno Vau (Medical oncology)