I am a Uruguayan biologist studying a PhD in Life Sciences at the University of Lincoln (United Kingdom).
During my academic development I have been interested in several areas, from molecular ecology, conservation genetics and bioinformatics, to environmental education, citizen science and knowledge democratization.
The focus of my current research is to quantify patterns and processes of biodiversity and I aim to develop an unprecedented field of knowledge for Uruguay by promoting a large, multidisciplinary collaborative initiative to collect all biodiversity data of Uruguay.
Masters in Biological Sciences (Genetics), 2015
PEDECIBA - Universidad de la República, Uruguay
BSc (Honours) in Biological Sciences, 2012
Facultad de Ciencias - Universidad de la República, Uruguay
The project Fogones de Fauna is an experience in collaborative-learning, carried out by JULANA NGO in the locality of Paso Centurión in Cerro Largo, Uruguay.
Impact of environmental characteristics in the genetic structure of three species of native mammals.
Contributions of molecular ecology to the study of mammals in Uruguay
Macroecological patterns of biodiversity across the Tree of Life: Uruguay as a model region
People, animals, scientific knowledge and socio-economic development in Paso Centurión, Cerro Largo, Uruguay.
Academic & SciComm Presentations