Ramiro Aguilar is a Biologist with a Ph.D. degree in ecology, graduated in 2005 from the National University of Cordoba (UNC), Argentina. He was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center of Ecosystem Research, National Autonomous University of México, and since 2007 he has been a Researcher from CONICET, working at the Multidisciplinary Institute of Vegetal Biology (UNC), Argentina. He has been evaluating the effects of habitat loss and fragmentation and other anthropogenic disturbances on pollinators, sexual reproduction, and the genetic structure of flowering plants. His broad research interests involve the ecology of plant-animal interactions and their role in preserving the genetic diversity and the long-term viability of plant populations in human-altered ecosystems. He is currently doing research on plant population dynamics, progeny performance, and plant population genetics in human disturbed habitat, as well as conducting quantitative research syntheses in certain areas of ecology and conservation biology.
Biography Updated on 9 March 2011