Yolanda Domínguez Castellanos
I studied Biology at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, FES Iztacala in 1997, I obtained the Medal of Merit Gabino Barreda. I have been a UNAM Foundation scholarship holder for a period of three years (1996-1997). Subsequently, I studied the Master of Biological Sciences at the Institute of Ecology, of the same university. I received the grants from CONACyT, UNAM, Fundación Telmex and Idea Wild as financial support for my master's project. I am author and co-author of scientific and popular articles, and I have participated in the elaboration of books such as Wild mammals of Mexico, Diversity and conservation of Neotropical mammals, Freshwater fish of Mexico in danger of extinction, and Reptiles and amphibians of Mexico in danger of extinction. Since 2002 I collaborate as editorial assistant of the “Revista Mexicana de Mastozoología, nueva época” of which Dr. Gerardo Ceballos is the general editor of the Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Laboratory and from September 2012 to 2018 I participated in the Oikos= Bulletin It is published in the Institute of Ecology by Dr. Clementina Equihua and Dr. Luis Eguiarte.