Paola Francesca Ferrari (born 6 October 1960) is an Italian journalist, television presenter, and politician. She has been active on RAI since the 1990s, hosting its main sports programs such as La Domenica Sportiva [it] and 90º minuto.
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Born in Cascais, Lisbon District, Ferreira started his career in the Segunda Liga with G.D. Estoril Praia. In the following two seasons he was relatively played, representing the club in both that and the third divisions. Ferreira joined Vitória de Setúbal for 2000–01, scoring two goals in 33 games during the campaign to help his team promote to the Primeira Liga after finishing in third place. His first appearance in the competition took place on 13 August 2001, in a 1–3 away loss against C....
Ferreira moved to FC Porto in the summer of 2002, signed by coach José Mourinho who converted him from right midfielder to right-back. He only missed two league games during his two-year stint, as the club won back-to-back national championships. Ferreira was also in the starting XI in the 2003 UEFA Cup Final against Celtic in Seville (which ended with a 3–2 win), that year's 1–0 defeat of U.D. Leiria in the Taça de Portugal which meant the conquest of the treble and the 2004 UEFA Champions L...
On 22 June 2004, Ferreira joined Chelsea for €20 million (£13.2 million), reuniting at Stamford Bridge with both Mourinho and former Porto teammate Ricardo Carvalho, both of whom were also signed in the off-season. He impressed greatly in his first year, appearing in 42 competitive matches and helping to the Premier Leaguetitle after a 50-year wait. Ferreira scored his first competitive goal for the Blues on 19 February 2006, in a 3–1 home victory over Colchester United in the FA Cup's fifth...
Between the Portuguese under-20 and under-21 sides, Ferreira appeared in a total of 27 matches. He made his debut for the full side on 7 September 2002, playing the second half of a 1–1 friendly draw to England at Villa Park. Ferreira was selected by coach Luiz Felipe Scolari for the UEFA Euro 2004 tournament. He started their opening match against Greece, but a series of mistakes in the 1–2 loss saw him dropped for Miguel for the rest of the tournament. Following an injury to the latter late into the first half of the final, however, he returned to action in another defeat to the same opponent, now 1–0. Ferreira made two appearances for Portugal in the 2006 FIFA World Cup: in the 0–1 semi-final loss against France, he replaced injured Miguel during the second half, and started the third place play-off against the host country Germany (1–3 defeat). Subsequently, he faced competition from Bosingwa and Miguel for the right-back slot, and was often deployed at the opposite flank follow...
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Porto 1. Primeira Liga: 2002–03, 2003–04 2. Taça de Portugal: 2002–03 3. Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira: 2003 4. UEFA Cup: 2002–03 5. UEFA Champions League: 2003–04 Chelsea 1. Premier League: 2004–05, 2005–06, 2009–10 2. FA Cup: 2006–07, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2011–12 3. Football League Cup: 2004–05, 2006–07 4. FA Community Shield: 2005 5. UEFA Champions League: 2011–12 6. UEFA Europa League: 2012–13 Portugal 1. UEFA European Championship runner-up: 2004 Individual 1. UEFA Team of the Year: 2002–03 2. ESM Team of the Year: 2003–04 Orders 1. Medal of Merit, Order of the Immaculate Conception of Vila Viçosa (House of Braganza)
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Ferrari was born in Padova, Italy in 1959. He spent his early years in Udine and Florence before attending the University of Padova and earning his Laurea in Mathematics in 1985. He moved to Berkeley, California where he earned his master's and doctorate in mechanical engineering from the University of California Berkeley.
Professor of Engineering
Ferrari became an associate professor of engineering at Berkeley, then moved to the Ohio State University as professor of bioengineering, internal medicine, and mechanical engineering.He studied medicine at the Ohio State Universityconcurrent with his faculty appointment from 2002-2004.
He moved to the MD Anderson Cancer Center and University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, TX to become the chair of the department of nanomedicine and biomedical engineering, and then in 2010 accepted the position of president and CEO of the Houston Methodist Research Institute in Houston, TX.Ferrari was appointed as Chief Commercialization Officer of Houston Methodist in 2018, and retired in 2019.
In 2019, the European Commission appointed Ferrari as the next President of the European Research Council (ERC), succeeding Jean-Pierre Bourguignon; he was selected by a search committee chaired by Mario Monti.He took the post on 1 January 2020. Ferrari resigned in 7 April 2020, citing his disappointment at the lack of coordinated EU action to address the COVID-19 pandemic. Ferrari was not alone in his criticism of the EU response to COVID-19.The ERC countered that calling for specific resear...
1. AMBER, Member of the Scientific Advisory Board 2. Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals, Member of the Board of Directors(2010-present) 3. Dead Sea Research Institute, President of the int'l board of governors 4. Leonardo Biosystems, Member of the Board of Directors 5. NanoMedical Systems, Member of the Board of Directors
1. Member of the Engineering Leadership Board, Cullen College of Engineering, University of Houston
Ferrari's research uses nanotechnology, microtechnology, physical sciences, mathematics, biomechanics, and material sciences to develop new technologies for health care applications like drug delivery and cancer therapeutics. He leads a physical sciences in oncology center, one of a network of centers sponsored by the National Institutes of Health National Cancer Center. The research of this center focuses on understanding the physical and biomechanical biological barriers that reduce the efficacy of cancer therapeutics. He developed a new drug called iNPG-pDox, composed of silicon nanoparticles loaded with polymeric doxorubicin, that had better results at lower doses in animal models compared to standard doxorubicin chemotherapy for metastatic breast cancer.
Ferrari has produced more than 350 publications, including seven books and 41 issued patents in the US and Europe. In June 2020, Ferrari and his lab colleagues had a publication retracted from Science Advances Journal due to various image duplications suggesting possible scientific misconduct .2008 Fellow, American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering2009 Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science2011 Founders Award, Controlled Release Society2015 Aurel Stodola Medal, Mechanical Engineering, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Ferrari met and married his first wife Marialuisa while they were both students at the University of Padova, and they moved to Berkeley, California. While he was faculty at the University of California Berkeley, Marialuisa died from cancer.Ferrari married Paola Del Zotto from Udine, Italy in 1995. He has five children, including two sets of twins.
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Freire was born on 19 September 1921 to a middle-class family in Recife, the capital of the northeastern Brazilian state of Pernambuco. He became familiar with poverty and hunger from an early age as a result of the Great Depression. In 1931 his family moved to the more affordable city of Jaboatão dos Guararapes, 18 km west of Recife. His father died on 31 October 1934. During his childhood and adolescence, Freire ended up four grades behind, and his social life revolved around playing pick-up football with other poor children, from whom he claims to have learned a great deal. These experiences would shape his concerns for the poor and would help to construct his particular educational viewpoint. Freire stated that poverty and hunger severely affected his ability to learn. These experiences influenced his decision to dedicate his life to improving the lives of the poor: "I didn't understand anything because of my hunger. I wasn't dumb. It wasn't lack of interest. My social condition...
Paulo Freire contributed a philosophy of education which blended classical approaches stemming from Plato and modern Marxist, post-Marxist, and anti-colonialist thinkers. His Pedagogy of the Oppressed (1968) can be read as an extension of, or reply to, Frantz Fanon's The Wretched of the Earth (1961), which emphasized the need to provide native populations with an education which was simultaneously new and modern, rather than traditional, and anti-colonial – not simply an extension of the colonizing culture. Freire considered the contemporaneous Chinese Cultural Revolution an exemplar of his notion of cultural action and praised Mao Zedong's innovations to Marxist theoryand praxis. In Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Freire, reprising the oppressors–oppressed distinction, applies the distinction to education, championing that education should allow the oppressed to regain their sense of humanity, in turn overcoming their condition. Nevertheless, he acknowledges that for this to occur, the...
Since the publication of the English-language edition in 1970, Pedagogy of the Oppressed has had a large impact in education and pedagogy worldwide, especially as a defining work of critical pedagogy. According to Israeli writer and education reform theorist Sol Stern, it has "achieved near-iconic status in America's teacher-training programs". Connections have also been made between Freire's non-dualism theory in pedagogy and Eastern philosophical traditions such as the Advaita Vedanta. In 1977, the Adult Learning Project, based on Freire's work, was established in the Gorgie-Dalry neighbourhood of Edinburgh, Scotland. This project had the participation of approximately 200 people in the first years, and had among its aims to provide affordable and relevant local learning opportunities and to build a network of local tutors. In Scotland, Freire's ideas of popular education influenced activist movements not only in Edinburgh but also in Glasgow. Freire's major exponents in North Ame...
Freire wrote and co-wrote over 20 books on education, pedagogy and related themes. Some of his works include: 1. Freire, P. (1970). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. New York, Continuum. 2. Freire, P. (1970). Cultural Action for Freedom. [Cambridge], Harvard Educational Review. 3. Freire, P. (1973). Education for Critical Consciousness. New York, Seabury Press. 4. Freire, P. (1975). Conscientization. Geneva, World Council of Churches. 5. Freire, P. (1976). Education, the Practice of Freedom. London, Writers and Readers Publishing Cooperative. 6. Freire, P. (1978). Pedagogy in Process: The Letters to Guinea-Bissau. New York, A Continuum Book: The Seabury Press. 7. Freire, P. (1985). The Politics of Education: Culture, Power, and Liberation. South Hadley, Mass., Bergin & Garvey. 8. Freire, P. and D.P. Macedo (1987). Literacy: Reading the Word & the World. South Hadley, Mass., Bergin & Garvey Publishers. 9. Freire, P. and I. Shor (1987). Freire for the Classroom: A Sourcebook for Liberators T...
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A list of films produced in Italy in 1938 (see 1938 in film): Title Director Cast Genre Notes 1938 13 Men and a Gun Mario Zampi Arthur Wontner, Clifford Evans War British/Italian co-production L' Albergo degli assenti Maurizio D'Ancora, ...