Ana Sofia Reboleira
Natural History Museum of Denmark
Universitetsparken 15, 2100 København Ø
My research focuses on understanding life in subterranean ecosystems. I lead a research group that uses multidisciplinary approaches to study biodiversity, ecology, evolution, behaviour, ecotoxicology and conservation. From the shallow subterranean habitats to the deep subsurface biosphere and its relation with surface, towards the sustainability of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. I am also very interested in understanding parasite-host interactions, mostly linked with arthropod-fungi associations.
Entomology (with other staff members of the Section of Biosystematics; for 3rd or 4th year students in spring terms).
Field Biology II: Terrestrial Zoology (with other staff members at the Section of Biosystematics). Mandatory course at the Kristiansminde Fieldstation.
Villum Young Investigator: leading the research project HiddenRisk - Understanding the impacts of human activities in subterranean biodiversity.
Primary fields of research
Entomology, Ecology, Subterranean Biology