PhD candidate in Biological Sciences (Zoology) at the Sao Paulo State University (UNESP) Rio Claro. MSc in Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Development at the School of Environmental Conservation and Sustainability / IPÊ. PGCert in Endangered Species Management at Durrell Conservation Academy and University of Kent (UK). MBA in International Project Management at FGV. BA and BS in Biological Sciences (Conservation Biology) from the São Paulo State University, in Botucatu, where she researched parasitology of wild animals as a tool for species conservation (FAPESP scholarship). Has experience in Management and Conservation of Wild and Marine Animals. Internships abroad in countries such as Argentina, Costa Rica and UK. Worked as a trainee in Environmental Education for Project TAMAR / ICMBio at Praia do Forte / BA. Voluntary for the Sustainability Coordination of Rio+20. Coordinated IPÊ's Black Lion Tamarin Conservation Program. Her current research is in black lion tamarin movement ecology, in which the main interest is to understand the influence of structural characteristics of the habitat and the seasonal variations in the movement of these primates.
(Source: Lattes Curriculum)