CV_NGUYEN VAN MINH

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CV_NGUYEN VAN MINH
CURRICULUM VITAE
 
1. Full name: NGUYEN VAN MINH
2. Date of birth: December 29th, 1982   3. Sex: Male
4. Academic title:  
Degree: Ph.D Year of graduation:  2015
5. Working position: Lecturer  
6. Home address: 9 Nguyen Khoa Chiem St., Hue City, Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam
7. Mobile phone: 0938718172 Email: nguyenvanminh@huaf.edu.vn
8. Fax:
9. Office: Faculty of Forestry
Name of leader of office: Associate Professor, Dr. Dang Thai Duong
Address of working place: 102 Phung Hung St., Hue city, Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam
Phone: 0543.529137
10. EDUCATION
Academic Training Places of training Specialization Graduated year
B.S. degree Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry, Hue University, Vietnam Forestry 2005
M.S. degree Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry, Hue University, Vietnam Forestry 2011
Ph.D. degree Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan Primatology and Wildlife Science 2015
11. EMPLOYMENT RECORD
No. Time of beginning Time of ending Working places In charge of
1        
12. Publications
List of publications for 10 years
No. Name of journals/articles/magazines Type of journals/articles/magazines Languages Year of publication Pages
1 Aging-related changes in the skulls of Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) Anthropological Science English 2015 107-119
2 Distribution and present status of slow lorises and macaques in North-central Vietnam and in a part of North-western Vietnam Primate Research English 2014 p50
3 Seed dispersal by rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) in Son Tra Nature Reserve, Central Vietnam: A preliminary report Vietnamese Journal of Primatology English 2013 65-73
4 Hybridization between Macaca mulatta and M. fascicularis in Central Vietnam and Central Highlands of Vietnam: Phenotypical and genetical examination Proceeding of Third International Symposium on East Asian Vertebrate Species Diversity, Hanoi, Vietnam English 2013 p40
5 Phylogeography of northern pig-tailed macaques (Macaca leonina) Proceeding at Congress of the 29th Primate Japan Society and Mammalogical Society of Japan, Okayama University of Science, Japan English 2013 p95
6 Distribution of macaques (Macaca spp.) in central Vietnam and at the Central Highlands of Vietnam Vietnamese Journal of Primatology English 2012 73-83
7 Ecological survey of primates in central Vietnam Primate Research Japanese 2012 61-68
8 Distribution and present status of non-human primates in Central Vietnam Proceeding of the 23rd International Primatological Society Congress, Kyoto University, Japan English 2010 p30
9 Distribution, phylogeography and present status of macaques distributed in Indochina Proceeding of the 23rd International Primatological Society Congress, Kyoto University, Japan English 2010 p30
13. Certificates (If possible)
 
14. Application of scientific research works in reality (If possible)
 
15. List of project titles hosted for 5 years (If possible)
-Behavioral field work on wild macaques, langurs, gibbons, and lorises inhabiting in Central Vietnam and at the Central Highlands of Vietnam, Research led by Prof. Yuzuru Hamada, Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University,  Japan, 2009-2011 (for 2 months).
-Behavioral field work on wild macaques, red-shanked douc langurs, lorises, gibbons inhabiting in Sao La Nature Reserve (Thua Thien Hue), Son Tra Nature Reserve, Bach Ma National Part, Vietnam, Research led by Dr. Yamato Tsuji, Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 2010-2011 (for 3 months).
-Field survey and camera trap works on wild primates and large mammals inhabiting in Sao La Nature Reserve (Thua Thien Hue) and Phong Dien Nature Reserve, Vietnam, Research led by Prof. Toru Oi, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Tsukuba, Japan, 2011 (for 2 month).
-Camera trap field surveys on wild primates and large mammals in Sao La Nature Reserve (Thua Thien Hue) and Phong Dien Nature Reserve, Vietnam, 2011-2012 (for 2 months).
-Behavioral field work on wild red-shanked douc langurs and macaques in Son Tra Nature Reserve and Cu Lao Cham Island, 2012-2013 (for 2 months).
-Behavioral field work and DNA sample collection on macaques and lorises in Central Vietnam, the Central Highlands of Vietnam, and Northern Vietnam, Research led by Dr. Hiroyuki Tanaka, Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 2012-2014 (for a half of month).
 
16. Rewards (If possible)
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17. Other achievements (If possible)
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