Pasted the degree of Doctor of Medicine on December 14, 1881, the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia.
Adjunct Professor of Clinical Surgery by tender in 1883. Approved in competition for lens professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, in 1885, but not named. Lens interim Foreign Pathology (in 1886) and Surgery (in 1889). Lens replacement of the 8th section, in 1891. Lens interim Obstetrics in 1891. Professor of Obstetrics in 1897.
Author of Historical Memory, Faculty of Medicine, for the year 1901.
Director of the School in the years 1913 and 1914.
"Dr. Diocletian was a dynamic spirit, and his administration was characterized by a number of useful initiatives and few accomplishments. However, not being provided to the school pledge, to the contrary, being subjected to harsh cuts unpatriotic (the famous cuts ever) those that should at least be respected, he can not run that great improvements planned such as construction of a hospital to the clinics, whose plans and budget, personally presented to the Minister of Interior "(3)
If the requested funds were authorized, Bahia would, in 1913 the first university hospital in Brazil.
Staunch Republican, was the author of Diocletian Ramos Flag of Bahia.
"The idea that the flag of" fact "represents the state of Bahia, Diocletian was born with Dr. Ramos, a professor of medicine, when, at a meeting of the Republican Congress held in Salvador, on May 25, 1889, submitted for approval of that conclave of the Flag Party. From this point, either by use or custom, he was acclaimed as the flag of the State of Bahia (4).
However, it was only in 1960 that the governor Juracy Magellan, by Decree number 17628, restored, so official use in binding, Flag of Bahia, hitherto in use in military parades and school.
He died in 1924.