Instituto Nacional de Ciência e Tecnologia em Toxinas (INCTTox).
Coordination: Dr. Osvaldo Augusto Esteves Brazil Sant'Anna and Dra. Denise Tambourgi.
Duration: 2010 to 2015 and was renovated in 2016
Participation of 17 teachers from the PPGTox permanent staff.
Collaboration Network: FIOCRUZ, UENF, UNICAMP, UNESP, UFOPA, UFAM GOELDI MUSEUM, USP, FUNED, UFPB and UFRJ, among other scientific institutions.
Programa de Cooperação Acadêmica da Capes (PROCAD)
Coordinator: Dra. Ana Maria Moura da Silva
Participation of 6 teachers from PPGTox
Collaboration Network: Graduate Program in Tropical Medicine of Amazonas State University (PPGMT), Graduate Program of Environmental Sciences at Federal University of Tocantins (PPGCiamb) and Graduate Program in Sciences - Toxinology from Butantan Institute (PPGTox).
CAPES Project: Edital 063/2010 - Toxinology:
"Bothrops atrox” in Western Pará. Coordinator: Dra. Ana Maria Moura da Silva
Network Collaboration: PPGTox and Toxicology Laboratory of Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, RJ; Bioprospecting Laboratory of the Federal University of Western Pará, Santarém, PA and the Center for Nuclear Energy for Agriculture from University of São Paulo, Piracicaba, SP.
"Comparative Toxinology of scorpions of medical interest in Brazil" Coordinator: Dra. Valquíria Coronado Dorce
Network Collaboration: PPGTox and Graduate Program in Cellular and Molecular Biology, Institute of Biosciences of Universidade Estadual Paulista, Rio Claro, SP; Graduate Program in Biochemistry and Immunology, Federal University of Minas Gerais and Graduate Program in Amazon Natural Resources, Federal University of Western Pará, Santarém, PA.
"Animals Poisons: From Diagnosis to Treatment of poisoning; from Structure to the Mechanism of Action of Toxins ". Coordination: Dr. Russolina Zingali, the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.
Coordination in Butantan: Dra. Ana Maria Moura da Silva
Network Collaboration: PPGTox and State University of Rio de Janeiro, RJ and Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul.
"Functional Characterization of Recombinant Toxins of spiders venom from Loxosceles Genus (Brown Spider)". Coordination: Dr. Silvio Sanches Veiga, from Universidade Federal do Paraná
Coordination in Butantan: Dra. Katia Cristina Bárbaro Nogueira
Network Collaboration: PPGTox and Federal University of São Paulo campus São Paulo and Federal University of Paraná.
"Bioprospecting of animal poisons available in Brazilian Toxinology with a view to their application in biotechnology and neglected diseases (rabies, Chagas disease and leishmaniosis)" Coordination: Dr. Benedito Barraviera, Botucatu Medical School
Coordination in Butantan: Dr. Daniel Pimenta
Network Collaboration: PPGTox Instituto de Pesquisas Energéticas e Nucleares - IPEN / CNEN, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences from USP in Ribeirão Preto and Paulista State University "Júlio de Mesquita Filho": Studies Center of Poisonous Animals of UNESP - CEVAP, Faculty of Medicine at Botucatu - FMB - UNESP.
Center of Toxins, Immune Response and Cell Signaling, CEPIDS / FAPESP Program
Coordination: Dr. Hugo Armelim
Principal Investigators (PIs): Dr. Inácio Junqueira Azevedo, Dra. Solange Serrano, Dra. Ana Marisa Chudzinski-Tavassi, Dra. Denise Tambourgi, Dra. Yara Cury and Dr. Osvaldo Sant´Anna
Thematic Project FAPESPA: Health Sciences - Edital: 006/2014,
" Animals Toxin Study as model for the development of new drugs with therapeutic potential against Cutaneous Leishmaniosis". Coordination: Dra. Edilene Oliveira da Silva, Federal University of Pará.
Researcher participant Sandra Coccuzzo from PPGTox
Research Collaboration: Dra. Catarina Teixeira from PPGTox with Dr. Monica Cristina Toffoli Kadri, from Graduate Program in Pharmacy of the Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, MS
Research Collaboration: Dra. Ida Shigueko Sano Martins from PPGTox with Graduate Program in Ecotones Ecology (Palmas, TO), Federal University of Tocantins
Research Collaboration: Dra. Denise Tambourgi from PPGTox with Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Biochemistry and Technological Innovation in Drugs from UFRN