Undergraduate student in the Department of Political Science at Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) in Recife, Brazil.
I am a Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences Catalyst, research assistant for the University of Nottingham, fellow of the Volunteer Science (Northeastern University), member of the Study Group on Research Methods in Political Science (MPCP), member of the Research Laboratory in Institutional Design (LAPEDI) and member of the inter-American Human Rights System Access group (aSIDH), and teaching assistant for the Undergraduate Quantitative Methods Course (Spring 2019). I was teaching assistant at the Professional Public Policy Master’s Degree (Spring 2018), teaching assistant for the Undergraduate Quantitative Methods Course (Fall 2017). I’ve got a research grant from the Science and Technology Support Foundation – FACEPE (2017-2018) to study a health public policy’s impact in both health and electoral outcomes.
My research interests are Corruption, Social Behavior, Public Policy Impact Evaluation and Quantitative Methods.
As part of my academic studies, I implement the TIER protocol and share my projects at the Open Science Framework to improve transparency and reproducibility to my research.
I used to be lab assistant at University of Pernambuco’s Experimental Physics Laboratory, in which I worked as an equipment developer. I was also a member of the Study Group of Automation and Robotics.