(Aug/2018)

Paolo Ramoni-Perazzi, MSc – New CO.BRA Member


Paolo Ramoni-Perazzi is a Venezuelan biologist from the Universidad de Los Andes, ULA, Venezuela. He received a Master´s degree on Systematics from the Instituto de Ecología AC, Mexico, in 2002, and obtained another Master´s degree on Modelling and Simulation of Systems at ULA, Venezuela, in 2016. Paolo is currently pursuing his doctorate in Applied Ecology at the Universidade Federal de Lavras, Brazil. He worked as an ULA researcher at the Laboratorio de Zoología Aplicada, Sciences Faculty, from 1992 – 2016 and as an associate member and professor at the Centro de Simulación y Modelos, Engineering Faculty from 2014 – 2016. He published several papers on the natural history, distribution, and conservation of birds and mammals from the Neotropics as well as on other zoological groups (for details check at ResearchGate). Paolo participated in teaching activities at several academic levels in Venezuela, Mexico, and Brazil. Besides he was an invited lecturer and speaker at universities and congresses in Ecuador, Mexico, USA, and Venezuela.  Among the recognition he received, the International Partnership Award of Wings Across the Americas (USA, 2008) stands out due to his excellent research contributions to the Cerulean Warbler Technical Group. At CO.BRA Paolo will be engaged in various levels of audiovisual data analyses and modeling procedures.

 

Photo: Paolo Ramoni-Perrazzi, Lavras, Minas Gerais.