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Maria Romeiras studied Biology at the Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon [FCUL], completed her MSc Degree at the Institute of Agronomy [ISA/UL] and obtained her PhD degree in 2005 on Molecular Biology, at the University of Lisbon. Presently, she holds a research grant under the FCT Programme “Tropical Knowledge” [6yr contract, since Set. 2015]. During five years [2009 -2014], she was researcher at the Tropical Research Institute [IICT/UL] in Lisbon, within the framework of the Ciência2008 Programme/FCT. From 2010 to 2015, Maria was Deputy-Director of the Tropical Botanical Garden [IICT/UL] and from 2011 to 2015 was Vice-President of the Scientific Council of the IICT. She is also a team member of Biosystems and Integrative Sciences Institute (BioISI) of FCUL.
Presently Maria's research interests are focused on Tropical Biodiversity, Phylogenetics, Plant Conservation, Island Biogeography, Genetic resources/Crop Wild Relatives, and Ethnobotany. She has practical and theoretical experience ranging from fieldwork in the tropics to molecular-based laboratory. Maria's primary interest is in the use of molecular phylogenies, together with taxonomic and ecological information, as a tool to study evolutionary and biogeographical patterns in the Cape Verde Islands. She also actively works on Plant Genetic resources and Crop Wild Relatives in Macaronesia and Mediterranean Regions.
Catarino, L. & Romeiras, M.M. (2020) Biodiversity of vegetation and flora in Tropical Africa.Diversity, 12(10), 1-3. DOI:10.3390/d12100369 (IF2019 1,402; Q3 Ecology)
Neto, C., Costa, J.C., Figueiredo, A., Capelo, J., Gomes, I., Vitória, S., Semedo, J.M., Lopes, A., Dinis, H., Correia, E., Duarte, M.C. & Romeiras, M.M. (2020) The role of climate and topography in shaping the diversity of plant communities in Cabo Verde Islands.Diversity, 12(2), 80. DOI:10.3390/d12020080 (IF2019 1,402; Q3 Ecology)
Romeiras, M.M., Carine, M., Duarte, M.C., Catarino, S., Dias, F.S. & Borda-de-Água, L. (2020) Bayesian methods to analyze historical collections in time and space: a case study using Cabo Verde endemic flora.Frontiers in Plant Science, 11, 278. DOI:10.3389/fpls.2020.00278 (IF2019 4,402; Q1 Plant Sciences)
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