Thursday, March 17, 2011



"A people that does not bow before the suffering
That resist and fight!
Which is still orderly and supportive
Despite the hunger and cold no withdrawals
Despite the sadness, survives
Despite the bitterness, believes in the future.
The deepest reverence to the Japanese people on this blog
and a desire that the suffering and pass back the joy ..."
Miriam de Sales Oliveira






Born: November 1, 1894, in Santo Antonio de Jesus, Bahia, and their parents Manoel Dias Tavares and Maria da Glória de Almeida Sampaio.
His father was ironic. Being "` near death, he was approached repeatedly by a woman who asked for a particular document. He claimed to have been delivered by his father, some years ago. Already dyspneic, replied sarcastically: "There is absolutely such a role with me, but if the Lady wants, when I get up there, I can give the message to his father" (3).
Armando Tavares had completed primary school in his hometown, he moved to Salvador in 1907. where he continued his studies at the Gymnasium Ipiranga.
In 1913, he enrolled at the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia, carrying lots of luggage on the humanities, which he nurtured and developed over the years.
Pasted the degree of Doctor of Medicine, on December 20, 1917.
They were classmates: Agenor de Souza Bomfim, Alexandre Afonso de Carvalho, Raimundo Arlindo de Assis, Arminio Fraga, Colombo Moreira Spinola, Edgar Rego Santos, and Mario Costa Macedo. Agenor de Souza Bomfim, Alexandre Afonso de Carvalho Moreira Spinola Columbus, Edgar Rego Santos Costa and Mário Macedo became the school's faculty. Edgar Santos Rego, besides teaching, he was Director of the School, founder and Rector of the University of Bahia. Raymond Arlindo de Assis, was a student laureate and national figure in the fight against tuberculosis. Arminio Fraga was a professor at the National School of Medicine.

After graduation, Armando Tavares visited Europe on a study trip, where he spent a few months.
He returned to the Old World, in 1930, representing Brazil at the Seventh International Congress on Tuberculosis.
Doi Wizard of 1st Chair of Clinical Medicine (1918-1926), teacher-Free Medical Clinic (1927), ruler of the 1st chair of Clinical Medicine (1927) and professor, by tender of the 1st chair of Clinical Medicine (1929 to 1944).
From 1919 to 1920, held a specialization course in Clinical Pathology at the Instituto Manguinhos in Rio de Janeiro.
Armando Tavares was a great teacher. Not only was the teacher who had safely theoretical material in lectures and outlined, clear and elegant language escorreita as we were told one of his disciples, Rogerio Luiz, in the publication made in BRASIL MÉDICO".
All of us who were his disciples, who heard him the lessons, remember that state of stasis that flowed in his words, when starting without the thought that neither he that said, not that we were listening to him, us realize that class time was already ended " (2).
His bibliography includes sixty-five works published, mostly in medical journals.
He belonged to the National Academy of Medicine and numerous other scientific and cultural institutions.
"The culture of opulent Armando Tavares was not limited to medical and paramedical subjects. His leisure hours, was devoted largely to the studies in philosophy and literature. The vernacular, knew it thoroughly and took care of him as an artist, the way of Francisco de Castro "(1).
Died March 30, 1944.

1. Cruz, Thomas Rodrigues - Armando Tavares: doctor and teacher, wise and good. Annals Academy of Medicine of Bahia, Volume XI, December 1998.
2. Rocha, Heon - Inaugural Address. Annals Academy of Medicine of Bahia, Volume II, June 1979.
3. Rubim de Pinho, Tavares Berenice - Aramis Sampaio Tavares. Salvador, 1994.
4. Sá Oliveira - Historical Memory of the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia, concerning the year 1942. Salvador, 1992.
5. Tavares-Neto, José - Graduates from 1812 to 2008 by the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia. Feira de Santana, 2008.
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