I graduated in Biological Sciences (UFSC), where I investigated the interaction between ectoparasites and a critically endangered island rodent (Cavia intermedia). In my master´s (Zoology, UFSM) I evaluated the influence of landscape structure on carnivore mammal occurrence within the Atlantic Forest. Currently, I am a PhD candidate in Zoology in UNESP Rio Claro. I am interested in applications of ecological modeling and landscape ecology for the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem services.
Conserving bat diversity and ecosystem services in fragmented landscapes
Grants and Funding:
My project is funded by FAPESP (process 2013/50421-2) and CNPq.
Master in Animal Biodiversity. 2016. Effects of forest fragmentation on carnivores in the Atlantic Forest.