Doctorate (2020) and Master (2015) in Ecology, Conservation, and Management of Wildlife at the UFMG and Bachelor (2012) in Biological Sciences at the UFS. The main lines of work involve Landscape Ecology and Environmental Modeling, aimed at the conservation and management of Biodiversity. Currently, I am a research fellow at the Instituto Nacional da Mata Atlântica and associate researcher at the Instituto de Pesquisa e Conservação de Tamanduá do Brasil.
Diagnosis of protected areas and endangered species in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
Grants and Funding:
Ruffors Small Grants - 2017
2016 - 2020
Landscape and local factors influencing the occurrence of the endangered maned sloth: subsidies for the species conservation.