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brambillaLuciano Brambilla. Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Ingeniería y Agrimensura. Universidad Nacional de Rosario (U.N.R.). Av. Pellegrini 250 - (S2000BTP) Rosario, Argentina.

Luciano Brambilla is a biologist interested in human diversity and paleobiology and mammal diversity during the late Pleistocene from Argentina. He received his Ph.D. degree in Biological Sciences in 2014 and currently he is a researcher at the National University of Rosario. Now his research combines morphology, geometric morphometrics, ancient DNA analysis, statistic and bioinformatic to study Xenarthra and mammals of the late Pleistocene.

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ibarraDamián Alberto Ibarra. Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Ingeniería y Agrimensura. Universidad Nacional de Rosario (U.N.R.). Av. Pellegrini 250 - (S2000BTP) Rosario, Argentina. 

Damián Ibarra is a biotechnology student at National University of Rosario. He is interested in the study of the fossil mammals of Santa Fe. 

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