M.Sc. 2004 with José Odair Pereira and Izeni Farias; Ph.D. 2010 with Izeni Farias and Tomas Hrbek
Concy is interested in large characins of commercial importance. For her Masters and Ph.D. theses she studied phylogeography, population genetic structuring and historical demography of the tambaqui Colossoma macropomum. The tambaqui is probably the largest characin species of the world, and also of great economical importance as food fish. The tambaqui and its relatives are herbivors and seed eaters, and their closest relatives are the flesh eating piranhas. Concy did her Ph.D. in the UFAM Biotechnology program. After obtaining her Ph.D., Concy worked as an RA in the SISBIOTA-BioPHAM project in the LEGAL laboratory at UFAM. Since 2013 Concy is a professor at the University of the State of Amazonas (UEA).