viernes, 8 de enero de 2010

Antonio Mijail Pérez

Oficina de Managua, Nicaragua
Colonia 10 de Junio B-501, Managua
Ph. 505-2249 31 27, Cel. 505-8882 0995
Skype: antonio.mijail.perez

Oficina de Miami, USA
9860 SW 32 St. Miami, FL 33165
Ph. 305-551 5887, 786-372 8659

Senior specialist on biodiversity and environmental studies with vast experience in biodiversity assessments and teaching of biometry and experimental design. Highly motivated with acknowledged experience in leading and coordinating diverse professional groups and in relations with governmental and non governmental organizations, local and international.

· Ph.D. in Biology. 1999. University of the Basque Country, Spain.
· Diploma Advanced Studies Biology. 1997. University of the Basque Country
· Diploma Systematic. Mention Invertebrate Zoology and Conservation. 1990. Academy of Sciences, Cuba.
· Bachelor in Biology. 1987. Havana University, Cuba.

· National Coordinator. GAP analysis of the Nicaraguan Protected Areas System. TNC-MARENA-DANIDA. 2008-2009.
· Consultant for Biodiversity and Environment: (2007- to date)
· Scientific Director: Gaia Association (2007-).
· Director: Centre of Malacology and Animal Diversity (University of Central America, UCA, Nicaragua) (2000-2006).
· National Coordinator. Silvo-pastural approaches for ecosystems management. Biodiversity Component. World Bank-ABC (2003-2007).
· Professor-Researcher: Centre of Malacology and Animal Diversity (University of Central America, UCA, Nicaragua) (1992-1995).

Fluent in English and Spanish (written and spoken) and some French and Portuguese.
Knowledgeable in all Windows programs (Word, Excel, Power Point, Access, Outlook)
Expansive experience in teaching under and post graduate levels and leading research groups.

COURSES TAUGHT: (More recent)
Course Institution Level Year
Multivariate Statistics UCATSE Postgraduate 2008
Biogeography PEAUT-UNI Ph.D. 2005
Biostatistics UCA Bachelor 1993-2006

BOOKS: 4 (More recent).
Pérez, A.M. 2009. Biogeografía aplicada. Editorial LEA, Managua. 308 p.

ARTICLES: 56, 21 peer-review, (More recent in English).
Pérez, A.M. et al. In prep. Species potential niche models for the decision-making process and its relationship with climate change in Nicaragua and Central America.

Pérez, A.M., K. Altonaga & A.Lopez. 2008. New data on morphology and distribution of Euglandina obtusa (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Spiraxidae) a Nicaraguan endemism. Iberus, 26(2):127-131.

Pérez, A.M. M. Sotelo, I. Siria, R. Alkemade & L. Aburto. 2008. Desarrollo de modelos basados en especies para la evaluación de la biodiversidad en un paisaje agrícola de Nicaragua. Rev. Nic. Biodiversidad, 1:26-41.




National Coordinator (Nicaragua). GAP Analysis. The Nature Conservancy. 2008-2009.

Principal Consultant. Redefinition of the MSA (Minimun Species Abundance) Index for Central America. CCAD-IRBIO-PBL (Holland). 2009.