Guilhermo Congio is a postdoctoral fellow working on the Metrics, Management and Monitoring project, a $19 million research effort aimed at understanding how management decisions on pasture and rangeland are interconnected to the overall health of the ecosystem. In this role, he supports all field sampling as well as data management and curation.
Previously, Congio served as postdoctoral in charge of the Latin America Methane Project at Agrosavia, Bogota, Colombia. His past research topics interplay among plant, animal, soil and environment relations towards more efficient and environmentally friendly livestock systems.
- Doctoral degree in animal science and pastures, University of São Paulo, Brazil, 2018
- Master’s degree in animal science, University of São Paulo, Brazil, 2010
- Bachelor’s degree in agricultural engineering, University of São Paulo, Brazil, 2008