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I'm currently a postdoc with Dan Warner at Auburn University funded by FAPESP. I came to study facultative sex allocation in the brown anole, but I will also be doing some other cool stuff.
I have a biology degree and a Ph.D degree from the Institute of Bioscience (IB) from the University of São Paulo (USP).
As a graduate student I worked with Prof Carlos A. Navas studying aspects of life history evolution in Tropiduridae lizards. For my postdoc I first joined Tiana Kohlsdorf's Laboratory of Tetrapod Evolution at USP Ribeirão Preto, where I began studying which kinds of selection pressures are related to between sex differentiation in morphology and performance of Tropiduridae lizards. I'm also measuring selection on performance in a mid-term field study with the saxicolous lizard Tropidurus itambere.
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