Department of Applied Sciences, FCT/NOVA
- History of Imperialism (19th and 20th centuries);
- History of Medicine and imperial contexts (19th and 20th centuries);
- History of Veterinary Medicine in imperial contexts (19th and 20th centuries);
- Environmental History of Africa (19th and 20th centuries);
- Colonial land policies in Africa (19th and 20th centuries).
- Veterinarian Health, Environment and Colonialism in Mozambique, 1875-1975 (CEECIND/01948/2017, since September 2019)
- Science, health and power: contribution for a history of veterinarian medicine in the Portuguese empire in Africa in the 20th century, post-doctoral research project, financed by the Foundation for Science and Technology (SFRH/BPD/114805/2016). 2017-2019
- ”Visions of wildlife and hunting in the 'sportsmen’s paradise' – Exploring hunting photography from the Mozambique Company’s archive”. In Visual Empire – Photography in Portuguese Colonial Africa and Asia (1860-1975), edited by Vicente, Filipa; Dias Ramos, Afonso. United Kingdom: Palgrave (in press).
- “Pecuária e saúde veterinária no sul de Moçambique no começo do século XX – um olhar a partir do combate à East Coast Fever”, História Ciências Saúde-Manguinhos (in press).
- Terra e colonialismo em Moçambique. Lisboa: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, 2020.
- “Biomedical health care in Guinea-Bissau, 1900-1974”, em co-autoria com Jorge Varanda, in Poonam Bala (org.), Learning from Empire: Medicine, Knowledge and Transfers under Portuguese rule. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018.