Martin Mendez PhD

Location
New York, New York, United States
Discipline
Biological Sciences
Interests
Population and landscape genetics Molecular Ecology Cetacean conservation Oceanography Conservation education
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About

Education

2010. PhD in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, E3B, Columbia University (Distinction)
2008. MPhil in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, E3B, Columbia University
2008. Advanced Graduate Certificate in Environmental Policy, Columbia University
2005. M.A. in Conservation Biology, E3B, Columbia University
2003. Licentiate in Biological Sciences. University of Buenos Aires, Argentina (Honors)
2001. Certificate Program in Conservation Biology, CERC, Columbia University

Appointments

New York University: Adjunct assistant professor, SCPS (2010-pres)
Columbia University: Adjunct assistant professor, E3B (2010-pres)
Columbia University: Adjunct research research scientist, CERC (2010-pres)
American Museum of Natural History: postdoctoral fellow, SICG (2010-pres).
American Museum of Natural History: graduate researcher, SICG (2004-2010)
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Publications

  • Globalization of Conservation : A View from the South

    Rodríguez J, Taber A, Daszak P, Sukumar R, Padua S, Aguirre L et al.

    Society (2007)

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  • Availability of formal academic programs in conservation biology in Latin America.

    Mendez M, Gómez A, Bynum N, Medellín R, Porzecanski A, Sterling E

    Conservation Biology (2007)

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  • Population Structure of Humpback Whales from Their Breeding Grounds in the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans

    Rosenbaum H, Pomilla C, Mendez M, Leslie M, Best P, Findlay K et al.

    PLoS ONE (2009)

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  • Genetic Evidence Highlights Potential Impacts of By-Catch to Cetaceans

    Mendez M, Rosenbaum H, Wells R, Stamper A, Bordino P

    PLoS ONE (2010)

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  • Conservation genetics of the franciscana dolphin in Northern Argentina: population structure, by-catch impacts, and management implications

    Mendez M, Rosenbaum H, Bordino P

    Conservation Genetics (2007)

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  • Isolation by environmental distance in mobile marine species: molecular ecology of franciscana dolphins at their southern range.

    Mendez M, Rosenbaum H, Subramaniam A, Yackulic C, Bordino P

    Molecular Ecology (2010)

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