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PhD. Juliana Vianna

  • Biological Sciences, Ciencias Biológicas, Catholic Pontifical University of Minas Gerais, Brazil, 2001.
  • Master of Ecology, Conservation and Wildlife Management, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil, 2003.
  • Master of Biological Sciences, Catholic University of Chile, 2007.
  • Doctor of Biological Sciences mention in Ecology. Catholic University of Chile, 2010.
  • Catholic Pontifical University of Chile
  • Genome Regulation Center (CRG)
  • Biological conservation
  •  Molecular Ecology
  • Noll D; León F; Brandt D; Pistorius P; Le Bohec C; Bonadonna F; Trathan P; Barbosa A; Raya-Rey A; Dantas G; Bowie R; Poulin E; Vianna J. 2022. Positive selection on mitogenomes driving the diversification of gentoo penguins in response to adaptation in isolation. Scientific Reports. 12, 3767. 
  • Fiddaman SR; Vinkler M; Levy H; Dimopoulos EA; Vianna JA; Cole TL; Pan H; Fang M; Zhang G; Frantz LA; Hart T; Smith AL. 2022. Positive selection and an incipient, genus-wide pseudogenization event in penguin Toll-like receptors. Molecular Biology and Evolution. doi: 10.1093/molbev/msab354 
  • Sree Rohit Raj Kolora; Gregory L. Owens; Alexander Stubbs; Kamalakar Chatla; Connor Jainese; Katelin Seeto; Merit McCrea; Juliana A. Vianna; Doris Bachtrog; Katherine Maslenikov; James Orr; Milton Love; Peter H. 2021. Sudmant. Origins and evolution of extreme lifespan in the adaptive radiation of Pacific rockfishes. Science. 374 (6569): 842-847. DOI: 10.1126/science.abg5332  
  • Pizarro E; Mora M; Medina-Vogel G; Vianna JA. 2021. Surviving despite reduce MHC variation: selection patterns and genetic variation of the endangered Huillín (Lontra provocax). Mammal Research. Mammal Research 66(4). DOI: 10.1007/s13364-021-00594-3 
  • Weinberg C; Vianna JA; Marquet P; Faugeron S. 2021. The South American sea lion, Otaria flavescens, is genetically structured by historical climate changes and contemporary dynamics. Diversity and Distribution.