Specialist in ecology, biogeography, field research, management of herpetological collections, snakes management, production of venom and antivenom, and conservation of herpetofauna. Professor at the School of Biology and researcher at the Clodomiro Picado Institute, both from the University of Costa Rica.
Assistant Research Professor in the School of Earth and Sustainability and the Department of Biological Sciences at Northern Arizona University. She has conducted over 25 years of research on the ecology, behavior, and management of venomous reptiles; and many venomous reptile awareness and handling trainings to combat ophidiophobia.
Specialist in environmental education about wildlife. From 2008 to 2012 he was in charge of a collection of amphibians and reptiles of the Americas in Biodôme de Montréal, she also ventured into the field of education on endangered species and research related to amphibians and reptiles at the Center for Biodiversity and in the 1000 Days for the Planet project. She is currently working at Centre for International Studies and Cooperation (CECI).
Veterinarian specialist in biotechnology of wildlife conservation. Associate researcher at the Institute of Research and Conservation of Tamanduás, collaborator in the Division of Physiology of Reproduction of the San Diego Zoological Institute for Conservation Research and the Pecaris Atlantic Forest Project of the Federal University of ABC.