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Congratulations to Scott Ford for his new position as Chief Scientist at Amazoonico Wildlife Rescue Center

Congratulations to Inspire4Nature fellow  Scott Ford for his new position as Chief Scientist at Amazoonico Wildlife Rescue Center, in the Amazon Rainforest in Napo, Ecuador. His main duties include designing, coordinating, and implementing research projects to mitigate issues related to wildlife trafficking, and to promote the conservation of the Amazon Rainforest more generally.

We wish Scott all the best in this new stage of his career!

MariaL

Congratulations to Maria Lumbierres for her new Postdoc with EuropaBON

Congratulations to Inspire4Nature fellow Maria Lumbierres for her new position as a Postdoctoral Researcher with the EuropaBON project, based at the University of Amsterdam.  She will be contributing to co-design a framework for the future monitoring of biodiversity across Europe, putting to good use all the skills she developed in her PhD project at Sapienza University.

We wish Maria all the best in this new stage of her career!

Prabhat

Bravo to Prabhat Raj Dahal, awarded a Doctoral degree!

Congratulations to to Prabhat Raj Dahal, awared today a Doctoral degree by Sapienza Università di Roma, for his thesis project entitled Production and validation of Area of Habitat maps for terrestrial birds and mammals. Following a public presentation by videoconference, the degree was awarded with the distinction “outstanding”.

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Carmen

Bravo to Carmen Soria, awarded a Doctoral Degree!

Congratulations to Inspire4Nature fellow Carmen Soria, who was awarded today a Doctoral degree by Sapienza Università di Roma, for her thesis Projected effect of global change on species’ change in extinction risk. Following a public presentation by videoconference, the degree was awarded with the distinction “outstanding cum laude“. Continue reading “Bravo to Carmen Soria, awarded a Doctoral Degree!”

Maria

Bravo to Maria Lumbierres, awarded a Doctoral degree!

Congratulations to Inspire4Nature fellow Maria Lumbierres, who was awarded today a Doctoral degree by Sapienza Università di Roma, for her thesis Where will future Key Biodiversity Areas be identified? A modelling approach to focus efforts. Following a public presentation by videoconference, the degree was awarded with the distinction “outstanding cum laude“. Continue reading “Bravo to Maria Lumbierres, awarded a Doctoral degree!”