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Karla Calderón Mayo

Country of origin: Peru Currently in: Peru, Lima General field of specialization: Biological Systems and Organisms
Academic Background


2015 Undergraduate Biological Systems and Organisms
2017 Master Women, science and development
Research and Profession

Current Research Activities

Biological Systems and Organisms

- Can host migration drive the co-ocurrence of parasite populations (Caligus cf. quadratus) in fish species from the south-eastern pacific coast? - Factors Influencing the Interaction of Seabirds and Marine Mammals in the Anchoveta Fishery. -Helminths in Otaria flavescens "Sea Lion" (Mammalia: Otariidae) in the Punta San Juan Reserve, during the winter and summer season. -Stomach content of Mobula japanica (Rajiformes: Myliobatidae), Müller Henle"

Research Keywords: 
marine organisms
Small-scale Fisheries Governance
Fisheries Biology
conservation genetic
marine pollution

Current profession

Current professional activities type: 
Higher Education Study
Technological University of Peru.

Workshop and Conference Attended

2011 Lima,Peru XII National Congress of Biology Students
2012 Lima, Peru III Congress of Marine Sciences
2013 Lima XXII ICBAR Scientific Meeting
2014 Lima, Peru IV Congress of Marine Sciences
2015 Colombia, Cartagena de Indias. RT16 SOLACMAR - Latin American Society of Specialists in Aquatic Mammals
2015 Chile, Coquimbo XXXV Congress of Marine Sciences, Chilean Society of Marine Sciences.
2016 Korea, Busan 7 World Fisheries Congress
2017 Chile, Valparaíso, XXXVII Congress of Marine Sciences, Chilean Society of Marine Sciences
2018 Lima, Perú I National Symposium on sharks and rays


500 women scientists
Mentors SISAY
Voices from ocean
Prizes, Grants and Awards

TWAS Awards

Dec 2016

Other Awards

Dec 2016
Robin Best Award
It is the prize awarded to the best research related to the conservation of marine mammals in Latin America and in the graduate category