I am a philosopher of science with a special interest in philosophy of biology and data ethics. My research focuses on (i) scientific controversies, (ii) how scientific concepts are understood by practicing scientists and (iii) the social implications of commodifying scientific research.
I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Philosophy and the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Dalhousie University.
I have a PhD in Philosophy (McGill University), a graduate teaching degree (University of Montréal), an MA (PUC-Rio - Brazil) and a BA (UFRJ - Brazil) in Philosophy.
I have teaching experience as a course instructor in both English and French.
I currently live in Montreal (Canada) by way of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and Paris (France). I am fluent in English, French and Portuguese and can speak and read Spanish.
Outside work, you can find me running, dancing Argentine tango, studying Art History, listening to my vinyl record collection or exploring natural landscapes.