Otto Müller Patrão de Oliveira
Research leader from LabGel. BSc. Biologist graduated in 2000, with MSc. and PhD. degree in Zoology by University of Sao Paulo (2003 e 2007, respectively). Worked as a post-doc in the Center of Marine Biology of the University of Sao Paulo from 2007 to 2010. Since 2011 is a Professor at the Center of Natural and Human Sciences of UFABC.
Eric Yukihiro Nishiyama
BSc. Biologist graduated by Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, with a MSc. degree in Evolution and Diversity at UFABC. In his MSc. thesis studied the systematics of the genus Lensia (Cnidaria, Siphonophora). Currently is a PhD student in Evolution and Diversity at UFABC, studing the systematics of the siphonophores, with a PhD grant from FAPESP. Recently returned from an year fellowship at Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC (USA).
Paula Keshia Rosa Silva
BSc. in Science and Technology and in Biology, graduated at UFABC, with a MSc. degree in Evolution and Diversity at UFABC. In her BSc. thesis studied the faunistics and distribution of the chaetognaths along the Brazilian coast. In her MSc thesis, studied the faunistics and distribution gradients of holoplanktonic cnidarians (hydromedusae and siphonophores) along the water column at the Campos basin, off the coast of Rio de Janeiro state. Currently id a PhD student in Evolution and Diversity at UFABC, studing the ecology and distribution of epiphytic hydroids, with a PhD grant from CAPES.
BSc. in Science and Technology and in Biology, graduated at UFABC. In his BSc. thesis studied the distribution patterns of siphonophores along all the South American coast. Recently finished his MSc. in Evolution and Diversity at UFABC, studing the patterns of Physonectae siphonophores distribution along the world.
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Mariana Pereira de Almeida
BSc. in Science and Technology student at UFABC. In her scientific initiation project studied the world distribution of some ctenophore species, based on photographic records available in the web, following the concepts of "Citzens Science".