Tereza Jezkova




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Tereza Jezkova

Tereza Jezkova

Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

University of Arizona

E-mail: tjezkova@email.arizona.edu

Telephone: (702) 672-8573
Positions

2015 – Present Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Arizona, Tucson

2014 Part-time Faculty in Residence, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

2011 – 2014 Research Associate, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

2011 – 2013 Part-time Instructor, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

2004 – 2010 Graduate Assistant, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

2002 – 2004 Research Assistant, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories

Education

2010 – Ph.D. (Biological Sciences), School of Life Sciences, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

2002 – M.S. (Biology and Geography), Faculty of Science, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

Grants and Awards

2014 – NIH PERT Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Arizona, Tucson

2014 – Outstanding Teaching by Part-time Faculty Award, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, $1,000

2011 – A. Brazier Howell Honorarium, American Society of Mammalogists, $1,000

2010 – President Outstanding Graduate, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

2010 – Best oral presentation award, Graduate Student Association, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

2009 – Travel Award, International Biogeography Society Meeting, Mérida, México, $1,300

2009 – Best Poster Award, International Biogeography Society Meeting, Mérida, México

2009 – BIOS publication award, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

2009 – Travel Grant, Graduate Student Association, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, $300

2008 – NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, $11,500

2008 – President’s Research Award, University of Nevada, Las Vegas $50,000 (co-PI)

2006 – Research Grant, Graduate Student Association, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, $750

2005 – NSF EPSCoR ACES Grant (Advanced Computing in Environmental Science program), $20,000

2005 – Grant-In-Aid, American Society of Mammalogists, $1,200

2005 – Research Grant, Graduate Student Association, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, $1000

2004 – NSF EPSCoR ACES Grant (Advanced Computing in Environmental Science Program), $6,000

Publications

Jezkova T, Jaeger JR, Olah-Hemmings V, Jones KB, Lara-Resendiz RA, Mulcahy DG, Riddle BR. Range and niche shifts in response to past climate change in the desert horned lizard (Phrynosoma platyrhinos). Accepted to Ecography.

Rodríguez-Robles JA, Jezkova T, Fujita MK, Tolson PJ, Garcia MA. 2015. Genetic Divergence and Diversity in the Mona and Virgin Islands Boas, Chilabothrus monensis (Serpentes: Boidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, in press.

Schield DR, Card DC, Reyes-Velasco J, Jezkova T, Proctor FN, Spencer CL, Adams RH, Herrmann H-W, Mackessy SP, Castoe TA. 2015. Using genome-wide single nucleotide polymorphisms to estimate patterns of gene flow and population structure in Crotalus atrox. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 83: 213-223.

Jezkova T, Riddle BR, Card DC, Schield DR, Eckstut ME, Castoe TA. 2015. Genetic consequences of a post-glacial range expansion in two co-distributed rodents (genus Dipodomys) depend on ecology and genetic locus. Molecular Ecology 24: 83-97.

Riddle BR, Jezkova T, Hornsby A, and Matocq M. 2014. Emerging insights from molecular biogeography and phylogeography into the assembly of the modern Great Basin mammal biota. Journal of Mammalogy 95: 1107-1127.

Lara-Resendiz RA, Jezkova T, Rosen PC, Méndez-De La Cruz FR. 2014. Thermoregulation during the summer season in the Goode’s horned lizard Phrynosoma goodei (Iguania: Phrynosomatidae) in Sonoran Desert. Amphibia-Reptilia 35: 161-172.

Riddle BR, Jezkova T, Eckstut ME, Olah-Hemmings V, Carraway L. 2014. Cryptic divergence and revised species taxonomy within the Great Basin pocket mouse, Perognathus parvus (Peale, 1848) species group. Journal of Mammalogy 95: 9-25.



Jezkova T, Leal M, Rodríguez-Robles JA. 2013. Genetic drift or natural selection? Hybridization and asymmetric introgression in two Caribbean lizards (Anolis pulchellus and A. krugi). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26: 1458-1471.

Jezkova T, Olah-Hemmings V, Riddle BR. 2011. Niche shifting in response to warming climate after the last glacial maximum: inference from genetic data and niche assessments in the chisel-toothed kangaroo rat (Dipodomys microps). Global Change Biology 17:3486-3502.

Rodríguez-Robles JA, Jezkova T, Leal M. 2010. Climatic stability and genetic divergence in the tropical insular lizard Anolis krugi, the Puerto Rican “Lagartijo Jardinero de la Montaña.” Molecular Ecology 19:1860-1876.



Jezkova T, Jaeger JR, Marshall ZL, Riddle BR. 2009. Pleistocene impacts on the phylogeography of the desert pocket mouse (Chaetodipus penicillatus). Journal of Mammalogy 90:306-320.

Jezkova T, Leal M, Rodríguez-Robles JA. 2009. Living together but remaining apart: comparative phylogeography of Anolis poncensis and A. cooki, two lizards endemic to the aridlands of Puerto Rico. Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society 96:617-634.

Glaudas X, Jezkova T, Rodríguez-Robles JA. 2008. Feeding ecology of the Great Basin Rattlesnake (Crotalus lutosus, Viperidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 86:723-734.

Rodríguez-Robles JA, Jezkova T, Leal M. 2008. Genetic structuring in the threatened “Lagartijo del Bosque Seco” (Anolis cooki) from Puerto Rico. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 46:503-514.

Rodríguez-Robles JA, Jezkova T, García MA. 2007. Evolutionary relationships and historical biogeography of Anolis desechensis and A. monensis, two lizards endemic to small islands in the eastern Caribbean Sea. Journal of Biogeography 34:1546-1558.



Manuscripts in review and in revision

Webber MM, Jezkova T, and Rodríguez-Robles JA. Feeding ecology of the Sidewinder Rattlesnake, Crotalus cerastes (Viperidae). Submitted to the Canadian Journal of Zoology.

Olah-Hemmings V, Jezkova T, Anderson M, Rodríguez-Robles JA. Phylogeography and population genetic structure of two sympatric Puerto Rican lizards with distinct thermal biology, Anolis evermanni and A. gundlachi. In revision for Molecular Ecology.

Invited Lectures

2013 - Range shift or niche shift? Exploring species responses to past climatic changes. Weekly seminar series, Arizona State University, Mesa, Arizona.

2013 – Using Phylogeographic Data to Test Biological Hypotheses Generated by ENMs. American Society of Mammalogists Meeting, Philadelphia, Philadelphia.

2011 – Niche shifting in response to the warming climate at the end of the last glacial maximum: inference from genetic data and niche assessments in the chisel-toothed kangaroo rat (Dipodomys microps). Plenary Session, American Society of Mammalogists Meeting, Portland, Oregon.

2011 – Niche shift or range shift? Evaluating species responses to climatic changes using niche modeling and genetic data. Weekly seminar series, Department of Zoology, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.

2011 – Niche shift or range shift? Evaluating species responses to climatic changes using niche modeling and genetic data. MVZ Lunch (weekly seminar series), University of California, Berkeley.



Presentations and Published Abstracts (*presenter)

*2015 Range and niche shifts in response to past climate change in the Desert Horned Lizards (Phrynosoma platyrhinos). Joint Meetings of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. Reno, NV.

2014 Using genome-wide single nucleotide polymorphisms to estimate patterns of gene flow and population structure in Crotalus atrox. Evolution 2014 Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina.

2014 Using genome-wide single nucleotide polymorphisms to estimate patterns of gene flow and population structure in Crotalus atrox. Biology of the Pitvipers 2, Tulsa, OK.

2013 – Genetic consequences of a range expansion in two congeneric rodents (genus Dipodomys). American Society of Mammalogists Meeting, Philadelphia, PA

*2012 – Distribution and genetic structure of short horned lizards in the Great Basin. PARC meeting, Las Vegas, NV

2012 – Emerging Models of Mammalian Diversification and Distributional Dynamics In and Around the Great Basin. American Society of Mammalogists Meeting, Reno, NV

2011 – Deep genealogical subdivisions within the great Great Basin pocket mouse (Perognathus parvus): phylogenetic, biogeographic, and taxonomic implications. American Society of Mammalogists Meeting, Portland, OR

2011 – The impact of climate change on the past, present, and future of the North American desert biotas: contrasting areas of endemism, refugia, and areas of distribution. NSF EPSCoR Climate Change Annual Meeting. Reno, Nevada.

*2010 – Does climatic change promote niche shifts? A case study of the desert horned lizard (Phrynosoma platyrhinos). Great Basin and Mojave Deserts Climate Change workshop. Las Vegas, Nevada.

2009 – Genetic divergence in the Puerto Rican "Lagartijo Jardinero de la Montaña," Anolis krugi. Anolis Symposium, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

*2009 – Does climatic change promote niche evolution? A case study of the desert horned lizard (Phrynosoma platyrhinos. Joint Meeting of Ichtyologists and Herpetologists, Portland, Oregon.

2009 – Genetic divergence in the “Lagartijo del Bosque Seco” (Anolis cooki) and the “Lagartijo Jardinero del Sur” (Anolis poncensis) from Puerto Rico. Symposium in Honor of J. P. Richard Thomas, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras

*2009 – Disagreement between ecological niche models, the fossil record, and phylogeographic structure: assessing the strengths and limitations of an integrative approach to infer response of a Great Basin endemic to the last glacial maximum. International Biogeography Society Meeting, Mérida, México.

2008 – Toward development of a comparative ecological niche modeling approach to reconstructing past and predicting future biotic responses to climate change in the Great Basin. Great Basin Environmental Program NGO Workshop, Reno, Nevada.

*2007 – Phylogeography of the Desert Pocket Mouse (Chaetodipus penicillatus). American Society of Mammalogists Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

*2007 – Phylogeography of the chisel-toothed kangaroo rat (Dipodomys microps), an endemic rodent from the Great Basin of North America. American Society of Mammalogists Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Teaching Experience

Lecturer: Evolution (Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2014), Ecology and Evolution (Fall 2015)

Guest Lecturer: Biogeography, Mammalogy, 401 Program for Fire Managers – Biogeography section

Teaching Assistant: Mammalogy Laboratory (Fall 2004, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012); 401 Program for Fire Managers – Conservation Biology, Biogeography, Field Ecology sections (Spring 2010); Biogeography (Fall 2005); Principles of Modern Biology II Laboratory (Spring and Summer 2004)



Synergistic Activities

  • Associate Editor for Journal of Mammalogy (since 2014)

  • Associate Editor for American Midland Naturalist (2012 - 2014)

  • Assistant Editor for Herpetological Conservation and Biology (2012 - 2014)

  • Committee Member for the American Society of Mammalogists Grants-in-Aid (2013 - 2014)

  • Reviewer for Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, BMC Evolutionary Biology, Diversity and Distributions, Ecography, Ecology and Evolution, Evolutionary Ecology, Journal of Biogeography, Journal of Mammalogy, Molecular Ecology, PLoS ONE

  • Member of a thesis committee for 1 student (2014)

  • Mentor for 17 undergraduate students at UNLV (2004 -2014)

  • Mentor for 3 undergraduate students at UA (since 2015)

  • Leader of an R discussion group at UNLV (spring 2013)

  • Co-founder of the student-lead Systematics and Biogeographic Research Group at UNLV

  • Invited assistant for The Southwest Regional Gap Analysis Project (EPA)

  • Volunteer for the Great Basin and Mojave Deserts Climate Change workshop (2010)


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