Ivan Prates, M.Sc. Ph.D.

2018- Vertebrate Zoology Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC, United States 
Evolutionary Biology, Biogeography, Population Genomics, Herpetology
"Ivan Prates"


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Carlos Arturo Navas research assistant 2005-2008 USP
Carlos Jared grad student 2008-2010 Instituto Butantan
Ana Carolina Carnaval grad student 2011-2017 CUNY
Rayna C. Bell post-doc 2018- Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
 (Co-mentors Prates with Kevin de Queiroz)
Kevin de Queiroz post-doc 2018- Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
 (Peter Buck Postdoctoral Fellow; Co-advised by Rayna C. Bell.)
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Doyle ED, Prates I, Sampaio I, et al. (2020) Molecular phylogenetic inference of the howler monkey radiation (Primates: Alouatta). Primates; Journal of Primatology
Prates I, Paz A, Brown JL, et al. (2019) Links between prey assemblages and poison frog toxins: A landscape ecology approach to assess how biotic interactions affect species phenotypes. Ecology and Evolution. 9: 14317-14329
Rivera D, Prates I, Trefaut Rodrigues M, et al. (2019) Effects of climate and geography on spatial patterns of genetic structure in tropical skinks. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 106661
Guillory WX, French CM, Twomey EM, et al. (2019) Phylogenetic relationships and systematics of the Amazonian poison frog genus Ameerega using ultraconserved genomic elements. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 106638
Prates I, Penna A, Rodrigues MT, et al. (2018) Local adaptation in mainland anole lizards: Integrating population history and genome-environment associations. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 11932-11944
Prates I, Melo-Sampaio PR, Drummond LO, et al. (2017) Biogeographic links between southern Atlantic Forest and western South America: rediscovery, re-description, and phylogenetic relationships of two rare montane anole lizards from Brazil. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
Prates I, Rivera D, Rodrigues MT, et al. (2016) A mid-Pleistocene rainforest corridor enabled synchronous invasions of the Atlantic Forest by Amazonian anole lizards. Molecular Ecology
Prates I, Xue AT, Brown JL, et al. (2016) Inferring responses to climate dynamics from historical demography in neotropical forest lizards. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Teixeira M, Prates I, Nisa C, et al. (2015) Molecular data reveal spatial and temporal patterns of diversification and a cryptic new species of lowland Stenocercus Duméril & Bibron, 1837 (Squamata: Tropiduridae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 94: 410-423
Prates I, Rodrigues MT, Melo-Sampaio PR, et al. (2015) Phylogenetic relationships of Amazonian anole lizards (Dactyloa): taxonomic implications, new insights about phenotypic evolution and the timing of diversification. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 82: 258-68
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