Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

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General Zoology, Biology Department

room 6.05
Hoher Weg 8
06120 Halle

ORCID: 0000-0002-2333-6493

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Paulo de Sousa

Field work in the Brazilian Cerrado

Field work in the Brazilian Cerrado

Field work in the Brazilian Cerrado

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General Zoology, Biology Department

room 6.05
Hoher Weg 8
06120 Halle

ORCID: 0000-0002-2333-6493

Research Interests

  • Population Genomics
  • Landscape Genomics
  • Wild Bees
  • Biogeography

CV: Academic

PhD student: since Sep.2022

  • Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Institute of Biology, General Zoology

Post-Graduation: Sep.2020-May 2021

  • Topic: Geography and Land Management (specialization in Natural Resources and Environment)
  • University Nova of Lisbon, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences

Master's degree: Sep.2017 - Jul2021:

  • Master's name: Evolutionary and Developmental Biology
  • Dissertation Title: "Genetic diversity and structure of wild bee
    species with different life-history traits"
  • University of Lisbon, Faculty of Sciences

Bachelor's degre: Sep.2014 - Jun.2017

  • Bachelor's name: Biology
  • University of Lisbon, Faculty of Sciences

CV: Contracts/Grants

PhD student: since September 2022

  • Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Institute of Biology, General Zoology

Assistent curator of Entomological collections: Nov.2021 - Aug.2022

  • Portuguese National Museum of Natural History and
    History of Science

Researche Fellow: Jul.2020-Jun.2021

  • Portuguese National Institute of Veterinary and
    Agrarian Research (INIAV)

Researche Fellow: Jun.2019-Jan.2020

  • Center of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes (cE3c)

Publications

  • Sousa, P.d.; Henriques, A.; Silva, S.E.; Carvalheiro, L.G.; Smagghe, G.; Michez, D.; Wood, T.J.; Paulo, O.S. Genomic Patterns of Iberian Wild Bees Reveal Levels of Diversity, Differentiation and Population Structure, Supporting the “Refugia within Refugia” Hypothesis. Diversity 2023, 15, 746. https://doi.org/10.3390/d15060746   
  • Vanhove M, Pina-­Martins F, Coelho AC, et al. Using gradient Forest to predict climate response and adaptation in Cork oak. J Evol Biol. 2021;00:1–­14. https://doi.org/10.1111/jeb.13765   

Conferences and Talks

  • Out 2023: Seminars in Zoology; Pos-Graduation Program of University of Brasília Department of Zoology: "Efects of landscape fragmentation on population genomic of oil-collecting Centridini tribe".
  • Sep.2021: XIX Iberian Congress of Entomology, Coimbra (Portugal), talk: "Genetic diversity and structure of wild bee species with different life-history traits in the Iberian Peninsula"

Projects

since 2022: Do the effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on the population genomics of bees and bee-plant-interactions differ across functional traits (diet and body size) in Centris oil-bees of South America?

2020-2021: Keep Pace: Selection of trees keeping pace with fast environmental changes, a science based approach for sustainable XXI century Oak forests

2018-2021: Effect of EUtrophication and CLimate on POllinators andecosystem service provision (EUCLIPO)

2017-2021: SilvPast (Dispersion and genetic diversity in Quercus pyrenaica)

Workshops

Jan.2020: "RadCamp Lisbon 2020"; (Bioinformatic analysis); Lisbon (Portugal)

Jul.2022: "Measuring Biodiversity: How to get data, assess its quality and measure different aspects of diversity"; (Theory and concepts); Lisbon (Portugal)

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