David Hernández Teixidor holds a PhD in Biology and is a postdoctoral researcher with interests in the study of island biodiversity from an ecological, evolutionary and conservation perspective, both in relation to endangered and invasive species in the Canary Islands. Currently, his research is focused on the study of invasive invertebrate species and their management, particularly in the termite Reticulitermes flavipes.
Island biodiversity, ecology and evolution, invasive alien species, conservation biology.
- Degree in Biology ( Animal Biology and Environmental Biology of Organisms Specialties), University of La Laguna (2008)
- Diploma of Advanced Studies, University of La Laguna (2011)
- PhD in Biology, University of La Laguna (2016)
- Postdoctoral researcher, IPNA-CSIC (2020-present)
- Researcher, IPNA-CSIC (2019)
- Freelance researcher (2016-2019)
- Pre-doctoral Researcher (FPU), University of La Laguna (2010-2013)
- Pre-doctoral researcher (Government of the Canary Islands), University of La Laguna (2009-2010)
- Researcher, Universidad de La Laguna (2008-2009)
- Founding member of the Tenerife Entomological Research Group