As a journalist, my main areas of focus are Earth & physical sciences -- especially climate change. I also love to think of what brings science, gender issues, and social/human development together. 

My coverage focuses on Brazilian and Latin American science and technology for international audiences. My work has been published by several channels, including Scientific American, Eos, Science, and Nature. In 2022, I co-authored a piece about Brazil's National Museum for The New York Times. Besides science writing and editing, I am experienced in social media content creation and management, and scriptwriting.

As a researcher, I delved into models of public communication of science and technology in digital environments during my master's degree at the State University of Campinas (Unicamp), the third best university in Latin America according to the QS World University Rankings 2024. I have a special interest in climate change disinformation and am studying it as a PhD candidate in Unicamp.

I'm also a member of the Oxford Climate Journalism Network, a program of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford.