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Scientific development

Scientific development The Center for Scientific Development (CDC) is composed of researchers working at the frontier of scientific knowledge

Instituto Butantan is one of the largest research centers in the world and greatly influential on national and international academic research. The Center for Scientific Development (CDC) is composed of researchers working at the frontier of scientific knowledge in different fields of Science. Each research is unique and fundamental to unravel biological systems, create and adapt models, and improve processes. The CDC is responsible for developing basic research articulated with applied research, incorporating, within its broad lines of research, the improvement of scientific practice, student training and scientific dissemination, contributing significantly to the advancement and knowledge of the health and science fields.

Center for Scientific Development
(+55 11) 2627-9580
cdc@butantan.gov.br
Av. da Universidade, 210 – Butantã
São Paulo - SP, 05508-210

CDC Board
Sandra Coccuzzo Sampaio Vessoni
Ivo Lebrun
Maria Carolina Elias Sabbaga

Lines of research
Aiming to demonstrate the diversity of Instituto Butantan, the following pages invite you through a tour of the different lines of research. These are also projected in the art observed in its Museums and park, where each line of research has its unique importance and dialogue with the cultural, production, development and education divisions, fundamental in the construction of an institutional unit beneficial to society.