Ph.D. Student in Ecology and Conservation Biology
Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology
Texas A&M University | College Station, TX 77843-2258
Ph.D., Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology, Texas A&M University (in progress)
Advisor: Dr. Kirk O. Winemiller
M.S., Interdisciplinary Ecology, Concentration: Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, School of Natural Resources and Environment, Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, University of Florida, 2015
B.S. Biology, School of Biology, Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, 2007
My research interests are in ecology, conservation, and management of aquatic ecosystems. Specifically, I am interested in fish community ecology, trophic webs, and population dynamics in tropical ecosystems. For my dissertation, I will focus on the fish community and trophic relationships in the Usumacinta River, the largest river in Mesoamerica that has an extraordinary fish richness and high endemism.