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I received a Ph.D. in Evolution from the University of Lisbon in 1993 and I am currently leading the Conservation Genetics and Management of Animal Genetic Resources (AnGR) Sub-group of the Evolutionary Genetics (EG) research group of cE3c. I am a retired professor of Cytogenetics and Ex-situ Animal Conservation at the University of Lisbon. After my retirement, I only have some specific educational collaborations in post-graduate master courses, and post-graduate training activities, including services to the community through the Applied Genetics Lab (DNA tests) at the University of Lisbon.
For many years I have been involved in studies of genetic and morphological characterization of equine native breeds, their breeding systems and its consequences on the populations evolving process.
I am a member of the management board of the Portuguese Society for Animal Genetic Resources (Sociedade Portuguesa de Recursos Genéticos Animais - SPREGA, http://www.sprega.com.pt/), Founder Member and Vice President of the ‘Associação Internacional de Criadores do Cavalo Ibérico de Tipo Primitivo – Sorraia’, the nominated Technical Secretary of the Sorraia Horse Studbook and a Research Partner on the Horse Genome Project.
Funk, S.M., Guedaoura, S., Juras, R., Raziq, A., Landolsi, F., Luís, C., Martínez, A.M., Mayaki, A.M., Mujica, F., Oom, M.M., Ouragh, L., Stranger, Y-M., Vega‐Pla, J.L. & Cothran, E.G. (2020) Major inconsistencies of inferred population genetic structure estimated in a large set of domestic horse breeds using microsatellites.Ecology and Evolution, 10(10), 4261-4279. DOI:10.1002/ece3.6195 (IF2018 2,415; Q2 Ecology)
Fages, A., ..., Oom, M.M., et al., (2019) Tracking five millennia of horse management with extensive ancient Genome Time Series.Cell, 177, 1-17. DOI:10.1016/j.cell.2019.03.049 (IF2018 36,216; Q1 Cell Biology)
Adega, F., Matoso Silva, R., Kjöllerström, H., Vercammen, P., Raudsepp, T., Collares-Pereira, M.J., Fernandes, C., Oom, M.M. & Chaves, R. (2018) Comparative chromosome painting in genets (Carnivora, Viverridae, Genetta), the only known feliforms with a highly rearranged karyotype.Cytogenetic and Genome Research, 156(1), 35-44. DOI:10.1159/000491868 (IF2018 1,423; Q4 Cell Biology)
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