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juan Luis Mata

Department of Biological Sciences

University of South Alabama

307 University Blvd. N

Mobile, AL 36688-0002

Email: jmata@usouthal.edu

Phone: 251461-1750 / 460-6331

Fax: 251-414-8220



Education

University Degrees-

Philosophy Doctor in Botany. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. July 2002.


Master in Science in Biology. Universidad de Costa Rica, San José, Costa Rica. November 1997.

Bachelor in Science in Biology. Universidad de Costa Rica, San José, Costa Rica. July 1984.



Publications


Peer-reviewed-

Mata, J.L., Halling, R.E., Hughes, K.W. & Petersen, R. H. 2005. Rhodocollybia (Agaricales) from neotropical montane forests. Mycological Progress 3(4):337-351.

Mata, J.L., & Petersen, R.H. 2004. New species and mating system reports in Gymnopus from Costa Rica. Fungal Diversity 16: 113-129.

Mata, J.L., Halling, R. E., Hughes, K.W. & Petersen, R. H. 2004 Phylogenetic placement of



Marasmiellus juniperinus. MycoScience 45:214-221.

Mata, J. L. & Petersen, R. H. 2003. Type studies of neotropical Collybia species. Mycotaxon 86: 303- 316.

Mata, J.L., Petersen, R.H. and Hughes, K.W. 2001. The genus Lentinula in the Americas. Mycologia 93(6): 1102-1112.

Mata, J.L. and Petersen, R.H. 2001. Type specimen studies in New World Lentinula.

Mycotaxon 79:217-229.

Mata, J.L. and Petersen, R.H. 2000. A new species of Lentinula (Agaricales).

MycoScience 41: 351-355.

Mata, J.L. 1997. Los hongos Agaricales de los bosques de robles. BioNet 3:18-20

Schmit, J.P., Mueller, G.M., Leacock, P.R., Mata, J.L., and Wu, Q. 2005. Assessment of tree species richness as a surrogate for macrofungal species richness. Submitted (Biological Conservation).

Conference Proceedings-


Mata, J.L., Hughes, K.W. & Petersen, R.H. 2004. A phylogenetic study of Megacollybia platyphylla.

Mycological Society of America, Asheville, NC. Inoculum 55(4): 26.

Mata, J.L., Hughes, K.W. & Petersen, R.H. 2003. Infrageneric taxonomy of Gymnopus (Agaricales). Mycological Society of America, Asilomar, CA. Inoculum 54(3): 35.

Mata, J.L., Hughes, K.W. & Petersen, R.H. 2002. The genera Gymnopus and Rhodocollybia in the southern oak forests of Costa Rica. 7th International Mycological Congress, Book of Abstracts: 219.

Mata, J.L. & Petersen, R.H. 2001. Biological species of Costa Rican collybioid agarics. Phytopath. 91(6) Suppl.: S118.

Mata, J.L., Petersen, R.H. and Hughes, K.W. 2000. Lentinula in the New World. Mycological Society of America, Burlington, VT. Inoculum 51(3): 44.

Schmit, J.P., Mueller, G.M., Juang, Y., Leacock, P.R., Mata, J.L. and Wu, Q. 2000. A meta-analysis of

macrofungal diversity studies. Mycological Society of America, Burlington, VT. Inoculum 51(3): 57.

Mata, J.L. 1999. Diversidad de Agaricales en un bosque montano de Costa Rica. III Congreso Latinoamericano de Micología, Abstracts: 64. Caracas, Venezuela (invited speaker)

Mata, J.L. and Petersen, R.H. 1999. Mating Studies in Collybia omphalodes. XVI International Botanical Congress, Abstracts No.122. Saint Louis, MO, U.S.A.

Mata, J.L. 1998. Ecology of the Agaricales on the southwestern slopes of Poás Volcano National Park, Costa Rica (Oral). Mycological Society of America, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Inoculum 49(2): 35.

Mata, J.L. 1998. Agaricales in El Bosque del Niño, Costa Rica. Partnership for Enhancing Expertise in Taxonomy/National Science Foundation, Woods Hole, MA, U.S.A.

Petersen, R.H., Hughes, K.W. and Mata, J.L. 1998. Lentinula boryana intersterility groups and RFLP analysis. Mycological Society of America, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Inoculum 49(2): 41.

Mata, J.L. 1997. Agaricales of the lower western slope of Volcán Poás (Oral). Association for

Tropical Biology/Organization for Tropical Studies, Symposium and Annual Meeting Abstracts. p. 82-83. San José, Costa Rica.

Awards

The University of Tennessee Citation for Extraordinary Professional Promise. 2002.

Hesler Graduate Student Travel Award. 2000, 2001, & 2002.

Division of Biology and Dept. of Botany stipend upgrade Award. 2000-2001.


Graduate Student Science Alliance Award. 2001.

Raymond W. Holton Graduate Student Teaching Award. 2000-2001.




Working Experience


Teaching-

Dept. of Biological Sciences, USA, Assistant Professor , 2004-

Dept. of Botany, UT, Graduate Teaching Assistant, 1998 - 2002

Escuela de Biología, Universidad de Costa Rica, Mycology Teaching Assistant, 1995 & 1997

Saint Francis School, Science and Biology Teacher, 1984 - 1987.

Costa Rica Academy School, Science and Biology Teacher, 1984.

Escuela de Biología, Universidad de Costa Rica, General Biology Teaching Assistant, 1983 – 1984.

Mycology-


Postdoctoral Research Associate, 2002 – 2004.

NSF Partnership for the Enhancing Expertise in Taxonomy (PEET), 1998 – 2002.

Fungal Collections: Costa Rica (1994-2000), Huron Mountains, MI (1996), Highlands Biological Station, NC (1998-2000), Puerto Rico (1998), Finland (2002).

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Fungi & Lichen walk, Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage, co-leader (1999-2001)

North American Mycological Association (NAMA) foray, Beaumont, TX, invited student assistant. June 2000.

Agaricales of the Costa Rican Oak Forests (NSF project), Research Assistant, 1994-97


Herbarium-


Herbario de la Universidad de Costa Rica (1994 - 1997); New York Botanical Garden (1995, 1999); Field Museum of Chicago (1996, 2000); Harvard University, Farlow Herbarium (1998); University of Michigan Herbarium (1998); Cryptogamic Herbarium of the Botanical Garden in Geneva, Switzerland (2002); University of Tennessee Herbarium (1998 - present).

Professional-

Freelance Naturalist Guide, 1987 – 1997.



Field Research Assistant for a geology project, Louisiana State University, 1982 – 1983.


Professional Affiliations


Latin American Mycology Association, Mycological Society of America (U.S.A.), Colegio de Biólogos (Costa Rica)



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