Ana Sabogal is an Engineer Agronomist, Academic and Peruvian scholar/environmentalist. Her current research includes human impact of the agriculture and ecology of tropical forest, plant distribution and influence of human impact of the plant distribution and society and study of vegetation, grazing in the fog-forests ecosystems in south Peru. Her previous research and publications included ecology of Moorland ecosystems, study of vegetation, grazing in the forests of northern Peru with emphasis on the distribution of Ipomoea carnea Jacq and management of dry forests in the northern coast of Peru. Sabogal is the Director of Master Studies in Environment Development at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru and was the Director of Research and Information to the Peruvian Ministry of Environment (2012-2013).
Ana Sabogal academic interests include the impact of environment changes in vegetation and the study of the human impact in the ecosystem.