• Research Center in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources

    InBIO Associate Laboratory

    Research Center in  Biodiversity and Genetic Resources
  • Research Center in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources

    InBIO Associate Laboratory

    Research Center in  Biodiversity and Genetic Resources
  • Research Center in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources

    InBIO Associate Laboratory

    Research Center in  Biodiversity and Genetic Resources
  • Research Center in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources

    InBIO Associate Laboratory

    Research Center in  Biodiversity and Genetic Resources
 
 
 
Adam Rick Bessa. Patterns of genetic and morphological variability in Rhinella marina. Supervisors: F. Sequeira (CIBIO), Marcelo Vallinoto (UFPa).
 
Agusto Luzuriaga. Origin and Selection Patterns of Chickens in South America. Doctoral Programme in Biodiversity. University of Porto. Supervisor: Albano Beja-Pereira.
 
Alexander Enrique Gómez Lépiz . Small mammals distribution and genetic diversity along altitudinal gradients in Costa Rica. BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto. Supervisors:Paulo Célio Alves Jeremy Searle.
 
Alexandra Isabel Martins Lima. Comparative phylogeography of selected reptiles from Madagascar: na integrative approach. PhD in Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution. University of Porto. Supervisors: James Harris, Miguel Vences.
 
Ana Mafalda Sousa Ferreira. The genetic basis of adaptive traits in a natural system: seasonal coat color change and altitude adaptation in white-tailed jackrabbits (Lepus townsendii). BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto.Supervisors: José Melo Ferreira.
 
Ana Maria Caixado Novo da Costa. The Lower Sado valley 8000 years ago: relations between environmental events and cultural adaptations. Doutoramento em Préhistória e Arqueologia, Universidade da Cantábria. Supervisors: Pablo Arias Cabal, Maria Conceição Freitas, Ana Cristina Araújo..
 
Ana Sofia Lino Vaz. The dynamics of forest ecosystem services and disservices — socio-ecological interactions in forest landscapes under global change.  BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto. Supervisors:João Honrado, Domingo Alcaraz-Segura .
 
Ana Teresa Pinto. Recovery of Mediterranean forests under farmland abandonment: regeneration processes, management strategies, and implications for the delivery of ecosystem services. BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto. Supervisors: Pedro Beja and João Honrado.
 
André Ferreira. Cooperation and Personality in the Sociable Weaver. University of Porto. Supervisor: Rita Covas. Co-supervisor:Claire Doutrelant, CNRS.
 
André Filipe Plácido Lourenço. The role of distance, environment and genetic demography on contemporary genetic differentiation in an amphibian species with intraspecific variation on reproductive strategies. BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto. Supervisors: Guillermo Velo-Antón, Ian Wang.
 
Andreia Penado. A plight for bumblebees’ conservation: ensuring future pollination services for sunflower crops. University of Sussex. Supervisor: Hugo Rebelo.
 
Angel Arcones. Evolución de la migración en aves limícolas. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Supervisors: David Vieites
 
Armando Cinturão Semo. Genetic diversity of human populations from Mozambique: implications for the Bantu expansion // Estudo da Diversidade Genómica dos Povos de Moçambique: Contribuição para a Reconstrução da História das Expansões Bantu. BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of Porto. Supervisors:  Jorge Rocha.
 
Bárbara Rosa da Fonseca Santos. Host-microbiome relationships: Linking microbiome diversity and functions within the host tissues using metagenomics and metatranscriptomics approaches.BIODIV Doctoral Programme. University of PortoSupervisors:Angelica Crottini,Portugal Miguel Vences.
 
Beatriz Tomé. Patterns and factors shaping host-parasite relationships: a multi-parasite approach in reptiles. PhD in Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution. University of Porto. Supervisor: Ana Perera, Co-supervisor: D. James Harris.
 
Bruno André Santos Marcos. Fire disturbance and functional dynamics of terrestrial ecosystems – A remote-sensing framework to analyse severity, recovery and resilience. Supervisors: João Honrado, Mário Manuel de Miranda Furtado Campos Cunha, Domingo Alcaraz-Segura.
 
Bruno Maia de Carvalho. Analysis of the historical factors shaping the biological diversity of the Western Mediterranean Basin: a genomics study of midwife toad species (Alytes spp.) using multiple molecular markers. Supervisor: Nuno Ferrand, Co-supervisors: Helena Gonçalves, Iñigo Martinez-Solano.
 
Camila Borges Fernandes. Xanthomonas arboricola pv. juglandis – unveiling the biogeographic distribution of emergent and acutely virulent Xaj genotypes to infer epidemiological patterns and improve phytosanitary control. Doctoral programme in Biology. Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto. Supervisors: Fernando Tavares, Leonor Cruz (INIAV - Instituto de Investigação Agrária e Veterinária)..
 
Carlos Magno Martins Vila-Viçosa. Phylogeographic inference of Galliferae (Spach) Gurke subsection (Quercus L. Fagaceae) in Western Mediterranean Region. PhD in Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution. University of Porto. Supervisors: Rubim Almeida, Cristina Garcia.
 
Carlos Melo. Marine molluscs from the Last Interglacial (MIS 5e) in the Macaronesia: palaeoecology, palaeoclimatology and palaeobipogeography. Supervisors: Sérgio ávila, CM da Silva.