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Tuesday, March 29, 2011
118- ESTÁCIO LUIZ VALENTE DE LIMA (ESTÁCIO DE LIMA)
Born: June 11, 1897 in the town of Marechal Deodoro, Alagoas. His parents were Amorim Luiz Monteiro de Lima and Maria de Jesus Valente.
He attended primary school in his hometown and made the high school in Recife.
On February 8, 1916, arrived in Salvador.
Passed the college entrance examination, he enrolled at the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia, pasting the degree of Doctor of Medicine in the year 1921. As a student, he was appointed Internal Isolation Hospital, whose director was Professor. Couto Maia. Student in the same condition, was of Internal Medicine, headed by Professor Meadow was Valadares.
Graduate, returned to Alagoas, where, in the exercise of private practice, he obtained the necessary resource to conduct a study trip in Europe.
In Berlin, he attended the Service of Forensic Thanatology, Professor Max Koch and the Office of Professor Fritz Munch.
Then, in Strasburg, an intern with Balthazard Professor, Institute of Forensic Medicine.
Thus prepared, and twenty-six years old, returned to Salvador and ran to the Chair of Forensic Medicine. After a memorable contest papers and tests, was approved in the first place. Waited for his appointment for months.
After unexplained delay, he was named, became the youngest professor at the Faculty of Medicine, throughout the existence of the institution.
In 1929, he built and inaugurated, the laboratory of Criminology Peixoto, Institute Nina Rodrigues.
Published from 1932 to 1934, "Skill of Parenting" and "Reversal of the Sexes," works of great impact across the country.
In 1937, for political reasons, left the direction of Nina Rodrigues Institute and requested leave to depart from the chair for some time.
He traveled to the Old World. In Paris, he worked at the Hospital de la Pieta. In Berlin, visited the Forensic Medicine Service, acting as visiting professor. He did the same in Lyon and Vienna. He returned to Paris, where he worked with Professor Kohn-Abrest, connoisseur of toxicology.
He returned to Brazil in 1939 and resumed the chair and the direction of Nina Rodrigues Institute.
He was appointed member of the prison, and remained so for four decades.
In 1951-1952, he published two outstanding works: "Skills and Opinions" and "Essays on Sexology."
In 1953, he became, by tender, Professor of Forensic Medicine, Faculty of Law UFBa.
In 1956, promoted and chaired the First Brazilian Congress of Forensic Medicine.
At the same time, assumed the Chair of Forensic Medicine and Deontology, Bahia School of Medicine and Public Health.
Diploma in Dentistry, won by tender, the chair of forensic dentistry.
In 1966, conducted a study trip in Africa, where he visited several countries.
Then returned to Europe, visiting the Services of Legal Medicine of Rome, Lyon, Paris, Amsterdam and The Hague.
The great anthropologist, ethnologist, sociologist and punitive, great teacher, died in Salvador on May 29, 1984.
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