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HUMAN RESOURCES TRAINING:

The Amazonian Biodiversity Integrated Studies Center (CENBAM) aims to integrate biological research in the Amazon into efficient chains of scientific / technological production.


Regional centers in Amazonas, Roraima, Amapá, Rondônia, Acre and Mato Grosso:

1) promote the training of local human resources at various levels, from field assistants and parataxonomists to primary and secondary students, lab technicians and graduate students,

2) provide the necessary infrastructure; museums, herbaria and living collections, installation and recovery equipment and laboratories,

3) and ensure that these resources are made available to all that need them through exchange programmes.

 
 

Guidelines

COMPLETED - These students worked on the research programs defined by
 CENBAM when it was proposed in 2008. However, INCT's contributions to these projects were only in relation to supporting scholars and the organization of databases.


1. Master - Diana Patricia Rojas-AHUMADA. Program Graduate in Biological Diversity - UFAM. Defense date: 10/03/2010. Advisor: Marcelo Menin
2. Master - Bruno Rafael Simões MACHADO. Effects of litter layer and shallow roots on the abundance of two spiders guilds (Araneae) in campinarana environment in central Amazonia. 2010. Dissertation in Biological Sciences (Entomology) - National Institute of Amazonian Research, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development. Advisor: Elizabeth Franklin Chilson.
3. Master - Jamile de MORAES. Spatial distribution and evaluation of the sampling effort in response mites (Acari: Oribatida) to environmental factors in an ecological gradient of 10 hectares of Amazon forest to terra-firme. 2010. Dissertation in Biological Sciences (Entomology). National Institute of Amazonian Research, Higher Education Personnel Improvement Coordination. Advisor: Elizabeth Franklin Chilson.
4. Master - Cristian de Sales DAMBROS. Environmental effect on the composition of species of termites and sampling effort in a terra firme forest in central Amazon. 2010. Dissertation in Biological Sciences Entomology - National Institute of Amazonian Research, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development. Co-Advisor: Elizabeth Franklin Chilson.
5. Master - Nivea Maria Simões FALCÃO. Evaluation of biological activity of plant extracts against Leishmania (Viannia) guyanensis (Kinetoplastida: Trypanosomatidae) and analysis of semi-purified fractions of Caesalpinia ferrea Martius (Fabales - Caesalpiniaceae). Obtaining year: 2010. Dissertation (Masters in Health Sciences) - Federal University of Amazonas, Higher Education Personnel Improvement Coordination. Co-Advisor: Cecilia Veronica Nunez.
6. Master - Taciane Almeida de OLIVEIRA. Bioactivity evaluation of plant extracts of Vitex and Eschweilera cymosa pedicellata in control of Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky adults, 1855 (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Thesis (MS in Entomology) - INPA. Obtaining year: 2010. (Advisor: Beatriz Teles Ronchi and Cecilia Veronica Nunez).

IN PROGRESS

1. PhD - Fabricio Beggiato BACCARO. Distribution and effects of Wolbachia infection (Rickettsiales, Rickettsiaceae) in colonies and ant populations in Central Amazonia. Start: 2009. Thesis (Doctorate in Biology, Ecology) - National Institute of Amazonian Research, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development. Advisor: William Magnusson.
2. PhD - Juliana Schietti of ALMEIDA. Interactions between climate, vegetation and soil water in the Purus-Madeira interfluve. Start: 2009. Thesis PhD in Biology-Ecology - National Institute of Amazonian Research, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development. Advisor: William Magnusson.
3. PhD - Victor Lemes LANDEIRO. Spatial relationships of biodiversity in tropical forests. Start: 2008. Thesis PhD in Biology-Ecology - National Institute of Amazonian Research, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development. Advisor: William Magnusson.
4. PhD - Maria Beatriz Nogueira RIBEIRO. Exploration of Brazil nuts (Bertholletia excelsa) by the Kayapó Indians, southeast of Pará: Impacts of collection, traditional management and sustainability assessment. Start: 2008. Thesis PhD in Biology-Ecology - National Institute of Amazonian Research, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development. Advisor: William Magnusson.
5. PhD - Julio Daniel do VALE. Fish fauna of the structure in relation to environmental variation in floodplains. Start: 2007. Thesis PhD in Biology-Ecology - National Institute of Amazonian Research, the Foundation for the Amazonas State Research. Co-supervisor: William Magnusson.

 

1. Master - Pedro Aurélio Costa PEQUENO. Population aspects of a eusocial scavenger in the Central Amazon, the termite Neocapritermes braziliensis Snyder (Termitidae: Termitinae). Begin: 2009. Master in Ecology Health - National Institute of Amazonian Research, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development. Advisor: Elizabeth Franklin Chilson.
2. Master - Raimundo Nonato FERREIRA. Money and information retention in inventories mites (Acari: Oribatida) in a continuous forest of the eastern Amazon. Begin: 2009. Master in Biological Sciences - Entomology. National Institute of Amazonian Research, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development. Advisor: Elizabeth Franklin Chilson.
3. Master - Alexandre Pinheiro de Almeida. Award INCT / CAPES. Program Graduate in Biological Diversity - UFAM. Begin: 2009. Influences of Biotic Factors and Spatial Distribution in Abiotic and Tadpoles composition in Puddles Assemblies in a Fixed Land area in central Amazonia. Advisor: Marcelo Menin
4. Master - Lidianne Salvatierra Paz TRIGUEIRO. Review of Miagrammopes Gender species distributed in the Amazon Basin (Arachnida, Araneae, uloboridae). Begin: 2009. Master in Biological Sciences (Entomology - National Institute of Amazonian Research, National Scientific and Technological Development Council). Advisor: Ana Lucia Miranda Tourinho.
5. Master - Larissa de Souza LANÇA. Community structure of harvestmen (Arachnida: Opiliones) in Platô and areas of shallow water in a terra-firme forest of the Central Amazon. Begin: 2009. Master of Biological Diversity - Federal University of Amazonas, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development. Co-Advisor: Ana Lucia Miranda Tourinho.
6. Master - Susamar PANSINI, INCT Grant / CAPES. PG Program in Regional Development and Environment of UNITE, Masters Course. Palmeiras Distributional patterns of the ecological reserve of Cuniã, Porto Velho (Rondônia) Effective Nov / 2010 to Jun / 2011. Advisor: Angelo Gilberto Manzatto

 

1. Scientific Initiation - Édipo EIler Souza VIANA. Density and distribution of terrestrial invertebrates of Adolpho Ducke Forest Reserve. Begin: 2009 - Advisor: Elizabeth Franklin Chilson.
2. Scientific Initiation - Camila de Brito GOMES. Distribution, Abundance and correlation with environmental variables of Formicidae genres in Viruá National Park, Boa Vista RR. 2010. Scientific Initiation - National Institute of Amazonian Research, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development. Advisor: Elizabeth F. Chilson.
3. Scientific Initiation - Júlio César Holanda ARAÚJO. Diversity of soil arthropod fauna of the Ducke Reserve, Manaus, AM. 2010. Scientific Initiation - National Institute of Amazonian Research, Foundation of the Amazonas State Research. Advisor: Elizabeth F. Chilson.
4. Scientific Initiation - Luany Oliveira de ALMEIDA. Course: Natural Sciences. PIBIC - UFAM. Closing: 31/07/2010. Advisor: Marcelo Menin.

Guidelines otherwise:

Notice and grants programs and projects, including scholarships granted by Capes, CNPq and FAPEAM for INCT Notice.

For technical
1. Notice MCT / CNPq / INCT in. 15/2008 INCT of Amazonian Biodiversity - CENBAM. Coordinator: William E. Magnusson. Scholarship holder: Giselle Farias Campos, AT-NM mode, and process and duration 370 059 / 2010-7, 01/2010 to 12/2012.
2. Notice MCT / CNPq / INCT in. 15/2008 INCT of Amazonian Biodiversity - CENBAM. Coordinator: William E. Magnusson, Scholarship: Valdir Ferreira de Paula Junior, AT-NM mode. Process and duration: 371 952 / 2010-7, 01/2010 to 12/2012.
3. Notice MCT / CNPq / INCT in. 15/2008 INCT of Amazonian Biodiversity - CENBAM. Coordinator: William E. Magnusson. Suelen Cristina Barbosa Belo. Mode AT-NS. Process and duration 370165 / 2010-1, 01/2010 to 12/2012.
4. Fapeam - Scholarship AT: Maria Alzinete Amorim Pereira. Diversity of soil invertebrate fauna and litter emphasizing Formicidae, Diplura, Scorpiones, Pseudoscorpionida and Oribatid the Ducke Reserve, Manaus, AM. Begin: 2008. National Institute of Amazonian Research. Foundation of the Amazonas State Research. Advisor: Elizabeth Franklin Chilson.

For graduates


1. Notice MCT / CNPq / INCT in. 15/2008 INCT of Amazonian Biodiversity - CENBAM. Coordinator: William E. Magnusson. Scholarship holder: Lorrane Aesha Malta Feitoza. Mode IC. Process and period 100 206 / 2010-7, 01/2010 to 12/2011.
2. Notice MCT / CNPq / INCT in. 15/2008 INCT of Amazonian Biodiversity - CENBAM. Coordinator: William E. Magnusson. Scholarship holder: Aline Aiume Matsuzaki. Mode IC. Title: Inventory Ichthyofauna of Igarapés the grid ESEC Cuniã. Process and duration 105109 / 2010-0, from 05/2010 to April / 2011.
3. Notice MCT / CNPq / INCT in. 15/2008 INCT of Amazonian Biodiversity - CENBAM. Coordinator: William E. Magnusson. Scholar: Dayane Costa de Almeida. Mode and duration: ITI-A. Title: Identification and computerization of the collection of biological collections of UFAC. Process and duration 181971 / 2010-0, from 05/2010 to 04/2013.
4. Notice MCT / CNPq / INCT in. 15/2008 INCT of Amazonian Biodiversity - CENBAM. Coordinator: William E. Magnusson. Scholar: Diego Meneghelli, ITI-A mode. Title: Inventory Herpetologic, emphasizing Ofidios of ESEC Cuniã - South-western Amazon. Process and duration: 573721 / 2008-4, from 07/2010 to 06/2013.
5. Program PIBIC / INPA - Scholarship: Claudia Gemaque Guaberto. Effect of availability of temporary environments in low on the population structure of Phyrrhulina brevis (Characifomes: Lebiasinidae) in streams of RFAD. Begin: 2009. National Institute of Amazonian Research. Advisor: William Magnusson.
For graduates
1. Notice: MCT / CNPq / PPBio no. 60/2009. Coordinator: William E. Magnusson. Fellow DTI-3: Elis Paula de Almeida Batista. Title: mosquito fauna (Diptera: Culicidae) of Cuniã-Rondônia Ecological Station.

For teachers
1. Notice: MCT / CNPq / PPBio no. 60/2009. Coordinator: William E. Magnusson. Scholarship holder DTI-2: Adeilza Felipe Sampaio, Title: lycophytes and Monilófitas of Cuniã Ecological Station.
2. Notice: MCT / CNPq / PPBio no. 60/2009. Coordinator: William E. Magnusson. Scholarship holder ITI-A: Itamar Gonçalves da Gama. Process 180063 / 2010-3. Duration 01/2010 to 12/2012.
3. Notice: MCT / CNPq / PPBio no. 60/2009, Coordinator: William E. Magnusson. DTI-2 Stock exchange: M.Sc Cristian de Sales Dambros, Title: Relations between termites collection methods and the detection of relationships between species composition and environmental factors.
4. Notice: MCT / CNPq / PPBio no. 60/2009. Coordinator: William E. Magnusson. Scholarship holder DTI-2: Taciane Almeida de Oliveira. Proc. No. 381327 / 2010-8. Duration 04/2010 to 12/2012
5. Notice: MCT / CNPq / PPBio no. 60/2009. Coordinator: William E. Magnusson. Fellow DTI-2: Gabriela Zuquim. Process: 380434 / 2010-5. Duration 02/2010 to 08/2011
6. Cenários Project Scholarship DTI-2, MSc, CNPq, Annelyse Rosenthal Figueiredo. Preparation of collection inventories in the PPBio grid in Alter do Chão region, PA. Begin: 2009. National Institute of Amazonian Research. Advisor: Elizabeth Franklin Chilson.
7. PCI-INPA Program - DTI-2 Scholarship holder, MSc. Juliana de Souza Araújo. Scorpions (Chelicerata, Scorpiones) of the Manaus region and Maraca Ecological Station, Roraima. 2010. National Institute of Amazonian Research, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development. Advisor: Elizabeth Franklin Chilson. Recently canceled the grant to be hired as a wildlife inventory manager for Construtora Norberto Odebrecht.
8. PCI-INPA Program - Scholarship DTI-2, MSc Ricardo Braga Neto. "Macroscopic fungi diversity of the Amazon" (2009/2011). Begin: 2009.

Otherwise Orientation  
National Institute of Amazonian Research. National Council for Scientific and Technological Development. Advisor: William Magnusson.
9. PCI / INPA Program, Scholarship DTI-2, MSc. Rejane de Oliveira Freitas, in progress. "Richness, abundance and distribution of mycorrhizal fungi in a primary forest in Central Amazon". Period: 2009 - present. Supervisor: Regina C. C. Luizão.
10. Program PCI / INPA, DTI-2, MSc Scholarship: Mario Fernandes. Dynamics of carbon, nutrients and gases in river Micro-basin in Central Amazonia. Period: 2009 - present. Supervisor: Regina C. C. Luizão.
11. PCI / INPA Program, Scholarship MSc: Edvaldo Pereira Mota. Phylogeography comparison of Phyllomedusa bicolor (Anura, Hylidae) and Rhinella gr. margaritifer (Anura, Bufonidae) in the Amazon. Advisor: William Magnusson.

For doctors
1. Scenarios Project Scholarship DTI-1, Dr, CNPq Edson Vaga Lopes. Preparation of collection inventories in the PPBio grid in Alter do Chão region, PA. Begin: 2009. Characterization of birds in the Tapajós National Forest, Pará, Brazil. Advisor: Elizabeth Franklin.