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Professor Doutor Rui Filipe Nunes Pais de Oliveira (Reitor do ISPA - quadriénio 2018-2022)

Professor Doutor Rui Filipe Nunes Pais de Oliveira (Reitor do ISPA - quadriénio 2018-2022)
Qua, 2018-07-04

Rui Oliveira (born 22.02.1966), Ph.D. 1996 (University of Lisbon), habilitation 2004 (University of Algarve) Assistant Professor in Biological Sciences 1996 (ISPA, Lisboa), Associate Professor in Biological Sciences 2001 (ISPA, Lisboa), Full Professor in Psychobiology 2007 (ISPA, Lisbon), Principal Investigator at the Gulbenkian Science Institute 2012 (IGC, Oeiras) and Adjunct Faculty of the Champalimaud Neuroscience Program 2007 (CNP, Lisboa). Key qualifications in the field of Animal Behaviour and Cognition, Neuroendocrinology and Genomics. During the last years he has been involved in research within the field of behavioural neuroendocrinology and behavioural genomics. Main fields of interests are (1) the neuroendocrinology and genomics of social behaviour, (2) the evolution and mechanisms underlying behavioural plasticity (including alternative mating tactics), and (3) comparative social cognition. He leads a research group of 4 post-docs, 5 Ph.D. students, 1 lab technician and variable numbers of M.Sc. and undergraduate students. He has experience in teaching (Neuroscience and Behaviour courses to Psychology undergraduate and Master students and advanced Neuroscience and Behaviour topics for the Gulbenkian and Champalimaud Ph.D. Programmes), supervising, refereeing and evaluation of scientific research (e.g. member of the European Research Council experts panel for the evaluation of research proposals, ad-hoc reviewer for HHMI, NSF and NIH Programs). He is the Director of the Post-Graduate Program in Psychobiology and Dean at ISPA. He is the past President of the Portuguese Ethological Society (SPE) and is currently the president of the Society for Social Neuroscience (S4SN). He was the founder Chief-Editor of the journal Acta Ethologica (Springer-Verlag), and served as Associate Editor of the journals Hormones and Behavior, and Animal Behaviour (Elsevier), and as Guest Editor for a thematic issue at Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. He is currently a member of the Editorial Board of the journals Scientific Reports (Nature-Springer) and Social Neuroscience (Taylor & Francis). He has published over 190 research papers in international peer-reviewed journals, 20 book chapters and edited 2 books.