Silvia Di Marco \ cfculcomunica@fc.ul.pt

Silvia Di Marco has a PhD in History and Philosophy of Science from the University of Lisbon, and a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Milan, with a dissertation entitled “Towards an Epistemology of Medical Imaging” (doctoral degree in association). She has a BS in Biology, area of Ecology, from the University of Milan, a postgraduate certificate in Science Communication from the same university, and a MA in Online Education from the University of Florence. Between 2001 and 2008 Silvia worked as a journalist and editor for Masson and Elsevier Italy (Milan), in the area of medicine and pharmacology. She has being working at CFCUL since 2009. Silvia was FCT-research fellow in the project “Image in Science and Art” (2009-2010), FCT-PhD fellow (2010-2015), and FCT Post-doctoral fellow (2016-2019), first in the in the FCT research project “Which biodiversity definition for biodiversity conservation?” (PTDC/IVC-HFC/1817/2014), then with an individual CFCUL’s grant (UID/FIL/00678/2018), with  project on Philosophy of Medicine. Silvia is currently Science Manager, and she is in charge of CFCUL’s communication and projects development. She also collaborates with the project CRIA-Olhares do Mediterrâneo of CRIA (Centro em Rede de Investigação em Antropologia), and is co-director of Olhares do Mediterrâneo – Women’s Film Festival, the oldest film festival in Portugal devoted to women filmmakers.

Instituição:

FCUL

Áreas de Interesse:

Science Communication, Science and Society, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Medicine,

Situação no CFCUL:

Membro da Comissão Coordenadora, Membro da Comissão Executiva,  Staff

Grupo de Investigação: