Liliana Robledo (Lily)
MS Student

Liliana Robledo

Department of Biology
Texas A&M University 

3258 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843 

Tel: 979.845.3614 

Curriculum Vitae (updated Mar. 2013)

Liliana Robledo

I’m very proud to be a Mexican girl, originally from Estado de México where I grew up and received my B. S. in Biology in the Science Faculty of UAEMéx and with studies in the National School of Biological Science IPN; for my degree I focused on marine turtle immunology from Xcaret Park, Q. Roo.

In 2013 I joined the Masters in Biological Science program in the Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas de Hidalgo (UMSNH) in the area of Ecology and Conservation in Morelia, Michoacán; my aim in this project is to determine the seasonal variation within a year in the genetic mating system of Stegastes acapulcoensis (reef fish) and its association to various environmental variables in the Mexican Pacific.

In July 2014 I joined the Rosenthal Lab as a visiting student. My interest during my stay is to get the set of genotypes from several progenies from this marine fish, as well as to gain theorical knowledge in this genetic mating system.

When I’m not doing science I dive (For science too!), I love to read, write poetry, and recently I’ve taken up photography.