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Luisa F. Liévano


Luisa is a biologist at the National University of Colombia, with a master's degree in Ecology and Conservation at the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR) and a Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolution at the Federal University of Goiás (UFG). She is a member of the Biogeography Conservation Lab/UFG. Luisa has experience in the fields of ecology and conservation biology, with an emphasis on Systematic Conservation Planning, modeling, conservation impact evaluation, and mutualistic interaction networks. Moreover, she has experience in mastozoology, biodiversity monitoring, and habitat evaluation, acting in periurban and rural landscapes, and project development impacted areas (such as hydropower centers and agro-industry).

At IIS, she is a postdoctoral researcher, working on the PPBio project. She is focusing on applying spatial intelligence to optimize biodiversity, offering tools and analyses to integrated land use planning optimization, thus contributing to biodiversity conservation policies, concomitant with the economic and social growth in Brazilian biomes.