Carlos Frederico D. Rocha
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
CARLOS FREDERICO DUARTE ROCHA, is Professor of Ecology at the Departamentof Ecology, Institute of Biology at the Rio de Janeiro State University (UERJ) where he works since 1988. He received his Master (1987) and Ph.D. (1992) degree in Ecology both from the UniversidadeEstadual de Campinas (UNICAMP) in Campinas, São Paulo State, Brazil. His main interests are in Ecology and Conservation of amphibians and reptiles and has + 360 published articles. He has already supervised 31 students in Ph.D. degree and 39 in master´s degree . He is Adjunct Coordinator of the Graduate Program in Ecology and Evolution at UERJ and since 1993 he is the Leader of the Tropical Vertebrate Ecology Group of the Brazilian Council of Science and Tecnology (CNPq) of the Brazilian Environmental Ministry Coordinating 101 researchers (44 PhD researchers and 57 Graduate and undergraduate students).Since 2004 he is Level I-A CNPq Researcher (Higher level of Brazilian scientists attributed by the Brazilian Council of Science and Tecnology (CNPq) of the Brazilian Environmental Ministry.
Forest, Ecology, Biodiversity & Conservation