Juan Gabriel Martínez Suarez

Juan Gabriel Martínez Suarez

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juangaJuan Gabriel Martínez Suarez
Associate professor

Departamento de Zoología
Facultad de Ciencias
Avenida de Fuente Nueva S/N
Universidad de Granada
Granada E-18071
España

Phone: + 34 958242732
Email: jgmartin@ugr.es

Links:
Personal Page: http://jgmartinezsuarez.blogspot.com.es/
Orcid: 0000-0001-5277-4620
ResearchID: L-9471-2014

I have been teaching since 2000 at the Zoology Department in the Universiy of Granada, Zoology, Vertebrate Biology, Ethology or Evolutionary Biology. I have also participated in several research projects as well as supervised PhD students. My main research interests are the evolutionary causes of variation in animal behaviour, in particular within the field of reproductive strategies, and the ecological and evolutionary consequences of animal interactions. I use molecular markers to answer different questions within the disciplines of behavioral ecology, population genetics and conservation.

Teaching

Degree in Biology

  • Evolutionary Biology
  • Zoology

Master's degree in Genetics and Evolution

  • Key Concepts in Evolutionary Ecology

Master's degree in Conservation, Management and Restoration of Biodiversity

  • Conservation of Continental Vertebrates

Research

Research lines

  • Reproductive strategies in birds
  • Ecology and evolution of vital strategies
  • Parasitism breeding
  • Molecular Ecology
  • Population genetics

Most relevant publications

  • Molina-Morales, M., Martinez, J.G., Aviles, J.M. 2016. Criteria for host selection in a brood parasite vary depending on parasitism rate. Behavioral Ecology 27:1441-1448.
  • Molina-Morales, M., Martínez, J.G., Martín-Gálvez, D., Dawson, D.A., Burke, T., y Avilés, J.M. 2014. Cuckoo hosts shift from accepting to rejecting parasitic eggs across their lifetime. Evolution 68-10: 3020–3029, doi:10.1111/evo.12471
  • Avilés, J.M.. Molina-Morales, M. y Martínez, J.G. 2014. Climatic effects and phenological mismatch in cuckoo – host interactions: a role for host phenotypic plasticity in laying date? Oikos 123: 993–1002.
  • Avilés, J.M.. Eva María Bootello, E.M., Molina-Morales, M. y Martínez, J.G. 2014. The multidimensionality of behavioural defences against brood parasites: evidence for a behavioural syndrome in magpies? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68:1287-1298.
  • Molina-Morales, M., Martínez, J.G., Martín-Gálvez, D., Dawson, D.A., Rodríguez-Ruiz, J., Burke, T., y Avilés, J.M. 2013. Evidence of long-term structured cuckoo parasitism on individual magpie hosts. Journal of Animal Ecology 82, 389–398
  • Molina-Morales, M., Martinez, J.G., Martín-Gálvez, D. y Avilés, JM. 2012. Factors affecting natal and breeding magpie dispersal in a population parasitized by the great spotted cuckoo. Animal Behaviour 83: 671-680.