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Dr. Renata M. Pirani (she/her)
Herpetologist, Evolutionary Biologist, current working with Macroevolution patterns, Nature Explorer, and an outdoor sports person.
I am an evolutionary biologist interested in how historical and evolutionary processes generated the high Neotropical biodiversity of amphibians and reptiles (species and population level). I am currently a President’s Postdoctoral Fellow at University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).
(Updated May 2023)
Online Workshop “Filogeografia 2022", Uruguai - 2022
Organized by Prof. Arley Camargo
Online Workshop “Statistical Phylogeography and
Environmental Adaptation", Brazil - 2021
Organized by Prof. Fernanda P. Werneck
I Encontro do PPG-CFT
Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (INPA)
Raposa Serra do Sol
National Park Monte Roraima
Trailer Documentary "Expedição Científica do IcmBio Raposa Serra do Sol" at the Indigenous land Raposa Serra do Sol, Roraima state, Brazil - Amazonia 2019.
A high-quality genome for the slender anole (Anolis apletophallus), an emerging model for field-studies of tropical ecology and evolution.
PIRANI, R. M., ARIAS, C., CHARLES, K., CHUNG, A. K., CURLIS, J. D., NICHOLSON, D. J., VARGAS, M., COX, C. L., MCMILLAN, W. O.,LOGAN, M. L. G3 (IN REVIEW).
The genetic basis of a colorful signal: the polymorphic dewlap of the slender anole (Anolis apletophallus).
PIRANI, R. M., ARIAS, C., CURLIS, J. D., NICHOLSON, D. J., STAPLEY, VARGAS, M., MCMILLAN, W. O., COX, C. L., LOGAN, M. L. (IN PREP).
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