octor of Forage and Pastures. In July 2017, the first public selection among 26 candidates from several countries to work with a postdoctoral researcher on the thematic project: Management strategies to reduce environmental impacts in beef cattle production systems (2016-2021) was the first public selection. PhD in Animal Science at UNESP-Jaboticabal, having been a FAPESP Fellow. He carried out research internship with BEPE-FAPESP scholarship at the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland. Agronomist and Master in Agronomy-Soil Science at the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro. Since the age of 14 he has carried out experiments in the field of forage farming. After completing the first two months of the technical course in agriculture and livestock was invited to participate in a research project with Cynodon nlemfuensis. He acts in the area of ​​greenhouse gas emissions and global climate change, his areas of interest are quantification, mitigation, modeling and balance of greenhouse gases related to animal production, animal feed and pastoral systems. Has experience in life cycle analysis considering the emission of carbon footprint using the IPCC methodology. He participates in the development of research and guides undergraduate and postgraduate students in the area of ​​pasture management, dairy heifer rearing, forage legumes, pasture fertilization, silvopastoral systems, forage chemical composition and beef cattle. In the area of ​​education, he has experience in the area of ​​methodology, communication, scientific writing and also in measures of greenhouse gas emissions and mitigation options in stricto sensu graduate studies. On the undergraduation serve as professor of forage and pasture.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)