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Having performed the initial studies in office, and the Preparatory Salvador, joined the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia in which he graduated in Pharmacy in the year 1871; in dentistry in 1872 and in Medicine in 1881.
He began his teaching career when he won by tender the position of Trainer of Medical Physics, being sworn in on June 26, 1893. Thanks to successive competitions, became a substitute for Lens 2nd Section, Lens replacement of the 5th Section (1899) and Professor of Forensic Medicine (appointed 24 September 1906).
As Professor of Forensic Medicine, remained from 1906 to 1914. Then he was transferred to the chair of Hygiene (1914-1925), returning the chair of Legal Medicine, to be placed on standby in 1925.
She taught French, geography and history at several colleges, including the Gymnasium of Bahia and Commercial School.
During the epidemic of "Spanish Graip that hit the state of Bahia, in 1918, Dr. Cotias Josino, encouraged the Congregation of the School of Medicine, which presented its services to the government to fight the dreaded disease.
They say the records of the time that Dr. Cotias Josino "cultured man, modest, hardworking, tolerant, intelligent and kind, had the true spirit of a philosopher, proclaimed by all, whether in the chair, and beyond, utterly charming, given its simplicity and breadth of knowledge "().
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Freire de Carvalho, José Eduardo - Historical Niotícia about the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia. Salvador, 1909.
Sá Oliveira, Eduardo - Historical Memory of the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia, concerning the year 1942. Salvador, 1992.