Rodrigo is a Research Scholar and Ph.D. student in the Cardiology Program at the University of São Paulo (InCor), Brazil. He has 12 years of experience handing laboratory rodents and 15 years of experience in human clinical studies. His expertize is focused on collecting, registering and the analysis of physical and biological signals on models of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases. He has been trained in the use of invasive and non-invasive techniques, such as cannulation, drug infusion, sinoaortic denervation, nerve isolation surgery, nerve signal collection and myocardial infarction model surgery in rats. Mr. Schmidt has 15 years of experience in invasive and transcutaneous electrical stimulation as well as acoustic and electromagnetic fields interaction with biological materials.