He was graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia, in 1857, when he defended a thesis on "Indications that require Caesarean Operation. "
Form their classmates: Augusto Gonçalves Martins, Brálio Xavier da Silva Pereira, Luiz de Almeida Couto Jozé and Pedro Ribeiro de Araujo. Augusto Gonçalves Martins was Professor of Descriptive Anatomy, Faculty. Braulio Xavier was Secretary of the Interior, Justice and Public Education of Bahia (1881) Luiz de Almeida Couto Jozé was Professor of Clinical Medicine, President of the Province of São Paulo and Bahia and memoirist of 1889.Pedro Ribeiro de Araujo was Professor of Botany and Zoology, participated as a doctor, the Paraguayan War and was the 1875 memoir (2).
Cincinnatus Pinto da Silva was Secretary of the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia. Active and staunch abolitionist, was still a student, a founder of the Liberation Society International Airport.
He served in the Army Corps of Health and was President of the provinces of Sergipe, Alagoas and Maranhão.
He received several titles and honors, including the insignia of the Order of the Rose.
A man of broad culture, published among other works, "Convalescence", "Medical Liability, " "Men of Wax, " "See the peta Luis José Junqueira Freire", etc..
It was, in his time, one of the most prominent figures of Brazilian politics and his name remains enhanced in the provinces in which he exercised his administrative fruitful activity.
The date of his death remains unclear (1).
1. Brito Nogueira, Antonio Carlos - Cincinnatus Pinto da Silva. Available at http://www; medicina.ufba.br/historia_med/hist_med_art07.
htm. Accessed December 9, 2009.
2. Tavares-Neto, Jose - 1812 to 2008 Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia. Feira de Santana, 2008.