Guendalina Turcato Oliveira

Schools:
Graduate Programs: Ecology and Evolution of Biodiversity Graduate Program
Publications: Orcid ResearcherID

Introduction

Bachelor's Degree in Biological Sciences: Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (1990), Master's Degree in Biological Sciences (Physiology) from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (1993) and PhD in Biological Sciences (Physiology) from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (1998). She is currently an adjunct professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, coordinating the Laboratory of Physiology of Conservation. She is a partner of the Brazilian Society of Ecotoxicology and was a partner of the Brazilian Society of Physiology and of Crustacea. She worked as a guest professor and researcher at the University of Buenos Aires in 2004 and 2006 and in 2010 at Lujan University. Experience in the area of Conservation Physiology, with emphasis on Metabolism and Endocrinology, working mainly in the following subjects energy metabolism, seasonal variations, experimental culture, toxicology, diets and stress mainly in Crustaceans, Insects, Fish, Amphibians and Reptiles. She is a professor in the disciplines of Metabolic and Functional Adaptations and Animal Physiology, besides directing at Masters and PhD levels as a teacher of the permanent nucleus in the Postgraduate Program in Zoology at PUCRS.

Areas of interest

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Themes

Concentration Areas and Lines Research

Zoology

- Applied Zoology

Zoology

- Ecology and Conservation

Zoology

- Systematic and Biodiversity

Research Structures

Research Group

- Physiology, Metabolism and Comparative Endocrinology

Research Laboratories

- Laboratory of Physiology of Conservation