In this site you can found all aspects of our research. Experimental morphology is a branch of general or causal morphology which seeks by means of experiment to provide data for a consideration of problems dealing with the factors underlying the normal structure and development of animals.
WE DO MORPHOLOGICAL RESEARCH, HIGHLY MOTIVATED AND INSPIRED BY BIOLOGY, WITH ATTENTION TO BIOETHICS, COLLABORATIONS AND COMMUNICATION
We are interested in describing the effects of exposure to air pollution on fetal development and reproductive function and also, describing the macroscopic anatomy of vertebrate animals.
We address our goals by integrating in vivo experimentation and a variety of morphological methods/techniques such as microscopy, anatomical techniques, image analysis, stereology and geometric morphometrics.