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Biography

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J. Antonio Baeza, PhD.

 

Assistant Professor,

Department of Biological Sciences,

Clemson University, Clemson, SC

 

Research Associate,

Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce,

Smithsonian Institution, Fort Pierce, Florida

 

Adjunct Faculty,

Departamento de Biologia Marina,

Universidad Catolica del Norte, Chile

Memberships & Professional Activities

Editorial Board Member, “Uniciencia”, Universidad Nacional, Costa Rica (2013 –     )

Editorial Board Member & Contributing Editor, “SEDAO: Sexuality and Early Development in Aquatic Organisms”, Inter-Research Science Center, Oldendorf / Luhe, Germany (2012 –   )

Editorial Board Member, “Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom”, Marine Biological Association, U.K. (2012 –   )

Editorial Board Member, “Boletin de Investigaciones Marinas y Costeras", Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas y Costeras, Punta Betin, Santa Marta, Colombia (2012 –  )

Editorial Board Member, “Crustaceana”, Brill, The Netherlands (2011 –     )

Editorial Board Member, “Revista Ciencias Marinas y Costeras”, Universidad Nacional, Costa Rica (2009 –     )

Editorial Board Member, Associate Editor for Book Reviews, “Journal of Crustacean Biology”, The Crustacean Society, USA (2008 –     )

Member, The International Society of Invertebrate Reproduction & Development, ISIRD, Germany (2007)     

Member, The Society for the Study of Evolution, SEE, USA (2006 – 2007)

Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science, AAAS, USA (2006 – 2007)    

Member, The Animal Behaviour Society, ABS, USA (2006    )

Member, The Crustacean Society, TCS USA (2003)

2010 - present
Teaching

BIOSC 302 & H302 – Invertebrate Biology (Clemson University)

 

Behavioral Ecology of Crustaceans: Evolution, Ecology, Function, and Diversity
(International course in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, and Venezuela)
 

2010 - present
Degrees Received

Lc. Sc.        Marine Sciences                        1999    Universidad Catolica del Norte, Chile

M. Sc.         Marine Sciences                        1999    Universidad Catolica del Norte, Chile

Ph. D.         Environ. & Evolutionary Biology    2006    University of Louisiana, LA, USA

 

Seminars & Invited Symposium Presentations

2013

Baeza, J.A. “Odd Sexuality, Sexual Selection & Speciation: Protandric Simultaneous Hermaphroditism and its Effect on Diversification in Shrimps (Lysmata & allies)" dictated at the Department of Biological Sciences, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina.

 

2012

Baeza, J.A. “Sexual Selection, Mixed Sexual Systems, and Diversification in Caridean Shrimps (Family Lysmatidae)" dictated at the Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, campus Sisal, Yucatan, Mexico.

 

2012

Baeza, J.A. “The link between Sexual systems, Diversification and Biodiversity in Shrimps (Family Lysmatidae)" dictated at the Department of Marine Sciences, Roger Williams University, Bristol, Rhode Island.

 

2012

Baeza, J.A. “Odd Sexuality and Speciation in Ornamental Crustaceans: Protandric Simultaneous Hermaphroditism and its Effect on Diversification in Peppermint / Cleaner Shrimps (Lysmata spp.)” dictated at the School of Marine Sciences, Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica, Campus Puntarenas, Puntarenas, Costa Rica.

 

2011

Baeza, J.A. “Odd Sexuality and Speciation in Ornamental Crustaceans: Protandric Simultaneous Hermaphroditism and its Effect on Diversification in Peppermint / Cleaner Shrimps (Lysmata spp.)” dictated at the School of Forest Resources and Conservation, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.

 

2010

Baeza, J.A. “Current advances in the behavioral ecology of the Crustacea” dictated at VI Brazilian Congress of Crustaceans, Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz, Ilheus, Bahia, Brazil.

 

2010

Baeza, J.A. “Mixed Sexual Systems in Caridean Shrimps (Lysmata spp.): Adaptive Value, Selection and Allocation in Relation to Sex, and a Formal Test as a Key Innovation favoring an Adaptive Radiation” dictated at VI Brazilian Congress of Crustaceans, Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz, Ilheus, Bahia,Brazil.

 

2010

Baeza, J.A. “Odd Sexuality and Speciation in Ornamental Crustaceans: Protandric Simultaneous Hermaphroditism and its Effect on Diversification in Peppermint/Cleaner Shrimps (Lysmata spp.)” dictated at the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.

 

2010

Baeza, J.A. “Odd Sexuality Favours Species Creation: The Adaptive Value of Protandric Simultaneous Hermaphroditism and its Consequence in terms of Net Diversification” dictated at Naturalis, Leiden, The Netherlands.

 

2009

Baeza, J.A. “The Private Life of Shrimps: Sexual Selection, Conflict and Sex Allocation in Hermaphrodites” dictated at University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan.

 

2009

Baeza, J.A. “Symbiotic Crustaceans as Model Systems in Behavioral Ecology” dictated at the Symposium on Symbiotic Crustaceans: Summer Meeting of The Crustacean Society. Tokyo, Japan.

 

2009

Baeza, J.A. “Sexual Selection, Conflict and Sex Allocation in species with Mixed Sexual Systems: Shrimp test the Theory” dictated at the Symposium on Integrative Biology: Crustaceans as Model Systems: Summer Meeting of The Crustacean Society. Tokyo, Japan.

 

2008

Baeza, J.A. “Symbiotic Crustaceans as Model Systems in Behavioral Ecology” dictated at Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP), Botucatu, Sao Paulo, and Universidade do Sao Paulo (USP), Riberao Preto, Brazil.

 

2008

Baeza, J.A. “The Private Life of Shrimps: Sexual Conflict, Selection and Sex Allocation in hermaphrodites” dictated at Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP), Botucatu, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

 

2008

Baeza, J.A. “Sex, Lies, and Videotapes … about Shrimps: Behavioral Ecology and Molecular Phylogeny of hermaphroditic shrimps” dictated at V Brazilian Congress of Crustaceans, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Gramados, Rio Grande, Brazil.

 

2008

Baeza, J.A. “Behavioral Ecology, Phenotypic Plasticity and Molecular Phylogeny of simultaneously hermaphroditic shrimps” dictated at VII Congress of Science, Universidad de Oriente, Nucleo Nueva Esparta, Guatamare, Isla Margarita, Venezuela.

 

2008

Baeza, J.A. “Behavioural Ecology and Systematics of Caridea Shrimps, with special reference to shrimps from the genus Lysmata” dictated at the Workshop First Workshop on Ecology and Systematics of Marine Invertebrates: Molluscs, Decapod Crustaceans and Polychaetes, Universidad de Oriente, Nucleo Nueva Esparta, Cumana, Venezuela.

 

2008

Baeza, J.A. “Steps towards a single comprehensive model predicting sexual system diversity” dictated at the Workshop Analogies in the evolution of gender expression and sexual strategies in plants and animals, Neuhausen/Fildern, Germany.

 

2008

Baeza, J.A. “Sex, Sexual Selection and Sex Allocation in Simultaneous Hermaphrodites: Lysmata shrimps as Model Systems” dictated at Texas A&M University, Galveston, Texas, USA.

 

2007

Baeza, J.A. “Sex, lies, and videotapes … about shrimps: Sexual selection and sex allocation in simultaneous hermaphrodites” dictated at Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO), University of California at San Diego (UCSD), San Diego, California, USA.

 

2007

Baeza, J.A. “Sex, Conflict and Sexual Selection in Simultaneously Hermaphroditic Shrimps” dictated at Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC), Virginia, USA.

 

2007

Baeza, J.A. “The Private Life of Shrimps: Sex, Conflict and Sexual Selection in Hermaphrodites” dictated at Smithsonian Institution Marine Science Symposium, Washington D.C., USA.

 

2007

Baeza, J.A. “Sexual Selection and Sex Allocation in a Protandric - Simultaneous Hermaphroditic Shrimp” dictated at Symposium Mechanisms of Sexual Selection in Invertebrates: International Congress on Invertebrate Reproduction and Development, Panama City, Panama.

 

2006

Baeza, J.A. “An experimental test of sex allocation theory: adaptive value of protandric simultaneous hermaphroditism and phenotypic plasticity of sex allocation in a marine invertebrate” dictated at Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), Naos, Panama City, Panama.

 

2005

Baeza, J.A. “Towards a new more comprehensive understanding of sexual systems: testing sex allocation theory in species with mixed sex allocation patterns” dictated at University of Toronto at Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

 

CV

For additional information, please, download my CV 

 

 

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