Congratulations to all our students who have successfully defended their PhD thesis

Congratulation to our members who successfully defended their PhD thesis in 2018, namely: Bruno M. Magalhães, Carina Marques, Daniela Rodrigues and Lucy Shaw Evangelista. Find out more about the students and their thesis:

Daniela Rodrigues, PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Cristina Padez and Prof. Aristides M. Machado-Rodrigues, has defended her PhD thesis entitled Association of social, cultural and environmental factors with participation in extracurricular sport and obesity indicators in 6-10-year-old children living in urban and non-urban settings (assigned to the Department of Life Sciences, University of Coimbra) publicly in March 2018. [Online here]

Lucy Shaw Evangelista, PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Ana Maria Silva, has defended her PhD thesis entitled O sepulcro I do recinto funerário dos Perdigões (assigned to the Department of Life Sciences, University of Coimbra) publicly in May 2018. [Online here]

Carina Marques, PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Eugénia Cunha and Prof. Albert Zink, has defended her PhD thesis entitled A diachronic approach to neoplasms: skeletal evidence from the Portuguese identified osteological collections (19th-20th centuries) (assigned to the Department of Life Sciences, University of Coimbra) publicly in July 2018. [Online here]

Bruno M. Magalhães, PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Ana Luísa Santos and Prof. Simon Mays, has defended his PhD thesis entitled When breathing is a burden. Sinonasal variations and diseases affecting the human skull in three Portuguese identified osteological collections (19th-20th centuries) (assigned to the Department of Life Sciences of the University of Coimbra) publicly in October 2018. [Available online soon]

A big ‘well done’ also goes to all the supervisors.

CIAS would like to wish Bruno, Carina, Daniela and Lucy the very best with their future careers.

 

Congratulations to all our students who have successfully defended their PhD thesis
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