2007: Earth and Life Sciences MSc Degree, University of Madeira, Portugal (Postgraduated Master) Thesis: Biosystematics of the genus Andryala L. (Madeira and the Canary Islands)
1993: Biology teaching degree, University of Lisbon – Faculty of Science (Madeira) Former licence degree and now under new Bologna reform divided into two parts: 3-year licenciate degree (Bachelor´s) + 2-year Master´s (undergraduated master).
Other qualifications (single subject non-award study)
2010 and 2011 (July, August, Septembre): Phylogenetics (DNA lab techniques and phylogenetic analysis). Institute of Botany, Academy of Science of the Czech Republic.
2011 and 2006: Electron microscopy – preparation of material for SEM. Royal Botanical Garden, Madrid
2008 (April): Experimental Design & Statistics II: Community Ecology. University of Madeira.
2007 (July): Flora and Vegetation of Madeira.
2004: 1st Workshop “Inspire Science - Developmental Biology”. Gulbenkian Institute of Science
2003 (July): Bryophytes of Madeira.
1993: Scientific Illustration. Portuguese Association of Biologists - Madeira
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We are proud to announce that we have two new doctors in our Group: Zita Ferreira defended successfully her PhD. thesis entitled: “Biosystematics of the genus Andryala L. (Asteraceae)”. Zita Ferreira thesis committee, from left to right: Miguel Sequeira, Carlos Neto, Jorge Capelo, Enrique...
Our Group is co-organizing the XVII Congress of European Mycologists, that will be held in Madeira Island in September 2015. Registration opening soon at www.xviicem.org.
Recently a new species of Andryala was described by our group. The study was published in the journal Novon: A Journal for Botanical Nomenclature, entitled "Andryala perezii (Asteraceae), a New Species from the Canary Islands". The comparison of Madeira and Canaries Island plants allowed...
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