Bia Gayotto

Bia Gayotto was born in Florianópolis, SC, Brazil in 1962. Gayotto received her BA in Biology from Santo Amaro College of Arts and Sciences (1983), followed by a degree in Communication and Semiotics (1993), and a M.F.A from UCLA, California in 1996. Gayotto has exhibited in both one and two person shows, the most recent ones being Los Angeles International Airport (2015), Pasadena Museum of California Art (2014) and Project Space Gallery at Montalvo Arts Center (2012). She has also exhibited in a variety of international group exhibitions including SENAC, São Paulo, Brazil (2015); Treasure Hill Artist Village, Taipei, Taiwan (2014) and Museum of Contemporary Art, University of São Paulo (2013). Gayotto’s work belongs to both public collections (Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA); Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, University of California, Los Angeles, CA; the Museum of Contemporary Art, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil, and the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA and private collections around the world. Gayotto received many distinctions beginning early in her career (1988) and has continued to excel, most recently, receiving an Artist in Residence Grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (2016) and Investing in Artists Grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation (2014). Gayotto was an artist-in- residence at AIR Taipei, Taiwan (2014), Lucas Artist Fellow at Montalvo Arts Center, Saratoga (2012) and Banff Centre, Canada (2008). Gayotto is an adjunct professor of photography at the Art Center College of Design and Pasadena City College (PCC).



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Luiz Carlos da Costa Gayotto was born in Sao Paulo on 25th of April 1933 and died on 22nd of April 2004. Days before his death, the IASL meeting was taking place in Salvador Bahia. Gayotto decided not to attend because of his ill health, having been diagnosed with cancer in the pancreas. But he paid close attention to the event. He had been diligently working for the IASL meeting to take place in Brazil. Gayotto was unequivocally a high‐spirited hepatologist. He was truly a liver specialist. He cultivated different areas in the field. Gayotto graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in the University of Sao Paulo in 1956. After finishing his postgraduate training at Hospital das Clinicas, he practised as a clinician and surgeon, before deciding to dive into the enthralling aspects of morphology of the liver and its role in the pathophysiology of disease. Between 1972 and 1974 he went to Professor Dame Sheila Sherlock’s Liver Unit in London, England, where he got training directly from Dr Peter Scheuer, and graduated as PhD from the University of London in 1975. He developed a solid concept of knowledge, structure and interpretation. Gayotto was a member of the International Academy of pathologists, a true liver pathologist who could concisely capture certain aspects of liver histology and translate them to the clinician in a comprehensive manner. His love for Latin America and its culture was the engine that drove many of his postures. Armed with a great instinct of understanding, he assumed a larger than customary responsibility to foster hepatology in Latin America. The question was how to link the different research groups, gather the strands together and give them the force of a program. He set up a Brazilian and International survey of hepatocellular carcinoma and an epidemiological program on chronic hepatitis C, relating its association with clinical parameters and response to antiviral treatments. During 1986–1988, he served as president of the Latin American Association of Hepatology (ALEH) and in 1990–1992 as President of the International Association for the Study of the Liver (IASL). He visited the entire Latin American region, Egypt, India and China. He was a strong supporter of Africa having its own independent Liver Association. Perhaps for this reason, he was invited to Cape Town and he received a beautiful certificate with golden letters as an honorary member of their Association. He cultivated friendship and laid grounds for global hepatology. He was a member of Ad Hoc committees on hepatitis of the OPS and WHO from 1984 to 1992 and served as Associate Editor for Liver International in the last 2 years. A well‐rounded teacher for more than 25 years, he was a full professor at the University de Sao Paulo since 1990. Together with a group of outstanding collaborators, in particular his close associate and friend Edna Strauss, he contributed greatly to the development of the study of liver disease in Brazil, laying the ground for a school of hepatology that will remain among us for the years to come in remembrance of such an outstanding personality. Gayotto was married to Maria Leonor and they had four children: Ana Cristina who is a biologist, Maria Beatriz a photographer, Lucia Helena a phono‐audiologist and Luiz Carlos a musician. He was blessed with seven grandchildren. He was highly esteemed, a great husband, father and grandfather, a truly intelligent and sincere friend, creative, amenable and an authentic physician with a passion for the liver.

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