Centre for Environmental Biology

Advanced Courses CBA 2014

CBA is organizing a new set of advanced courses to be held during 2014. The goal of the Courses is the same as the ones that were held in previous years. These Courses are of high interest in the formation of students enrolling in the first year of the Doctoral Programmes in Biology (University of Lisbon), Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution (University of Lisbon and University of Porto) and Biology and Ecology of Global Changes, for whom they are free. The Courses can also be attended by post-graduate students of other Doctoral Programmes or master students in Biology and related areas, and others with basic adequate formation (e.g. 1st cycle in Biology or related areas).
Details of each Course, including calendar, programme and inscription details are found by clicking the respective course name in the table below.

 
     
Course Calendar
Teacher(s)
Responsible Department
Time of
contact (h)

Nº ECTS
Place
R without fear: an R course in evolutionary ecology
9-13 Dec 2013
Jordi Moya-Laraño DBA 30 5 DBA
Biodiversity and Plant Evolution - Cancelled 20-24 Jan 2014 Manuela Sim-Sim
Helena Cotrim (et al.)
DBV 30 5 MUHNAC
Lichens as a tool for interpretation of environmental changes 27-31 Jan 2014 Cristina Máguas (et al.) DBA 36 6 DBV
Practical Course on Phylogenetics - Cancelled 3-7 Feb 2014 Octávio Paulo DBA 30 5 DBA
Natural History Collections and Biodiversity 17-20 June 2014
Maria Judite Alves
(et al.)
DBA 24 4 MUHNAC
Measuring Biodiversity 10-14 Feb 2014 Joaquin Hortal DBA 30 5 DBA
EvoS-2 - Cancelled 1-21 July 2014 Filipa Vala DBA 30 5 DBA
Practical course on Phylogeography 21-25 July 2014 Octávio Paulo DBA 30 5 DBA

DBA - Department of Animal Biology, Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon
DBV – Department of Plant Biology, Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon
MUHNAC – National Museum of Natural History and of Science, University of Lisbon

The number of ECTS of each course will count for the PhD programmes involving the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon. For these students the delivery of a final report is required, to develop during the weeks following the course attendance, with details provided by the teacher(s).