J. Angel Soto-Centeno (Angelo) is a Research Assistant at the Center for Biodiversity Conservation (CBC) and Research Associate in the Department of Mammalogy. He got his PhD at University of Florida working at the Florida Museum of Natural History. His primary research focuses on extinction and phylogeography of Caribbean bats and combines three types of data (climate, fossils, and genetics) to test hypotheses about population level changes over recent time scales. Angelo is also broadly interested in evolutionary biology and biogeography, the effects of climate change on biodiversity, population connectivity, systematics and phylogenetics, and he has contributed to studies of island and mainland mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.
Angelo's publications: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=h8xGchYAAAAJ&hl=en