Dr Omar Myint

Name
:
Dr Omar Myint
Present Appointment
:
Lecturer
Department
:
Department of Zoology, University of Yangon
Qualifications
:
BSc (Honours) (Zoology), University of Yangon
MSc (Zoology), University of Yangon
MSc (Behavioural Ecology), Osaka City University, Japan
PhD (Behavioural Ecology), Osaka City University, Japan
Carrier history
:
Demonstrator (2002-2010)
Assistant Lecturer (2010-2015)
Lecturer (2015-present)
Award
:
Japanese Government Scholarship (2005-2011)
Netherland Fellowship (2015)
Netherland Fellowship (2016)
Research interest
:
Animal Behaviour, Ecology and Evolution, Ichthyology
E mail Address
:
myint.omar@gmail.com
Phone Number
:
+95-0-95181667
Publications
:
1. Myint, O., Takeyama, T., Okuda, N., Ohnishi, N., Kohda, M., 2011. Mate availability facilitates cannibalistic behaviour in a nest brooding fish: effects of timing during the brood cycle. Behaviour Journal, 148: 247-264.
2. Myint, O., Tsujimoto, H., Ohnishi, N., Takeyama, T., Kohda, M., 2011. Mate availability affects female choice in a fish with paternal care: Female counterstrategies against male filial-cannibalism.Journal of Ethology, 29: 153-159.
3. Takeuchi, Y., Hori, M., Myint, O., Kohda, M., 2010. Lateral bias of agonistic responses to mirror images and morphological asymmetry in the Siamese fighting fish (Bettasplendens)). Behavioural Brain Research Journal, 208-1: 106-111.
4. Morimoto, Y., Shibata, J., Takahata, M., Myint, O., Kohda, M., 2010. Male Isaza (Gymnogobiusisaza, Gobiidae) prefer large mates: a counterstrategy against brood parasitism by conspecific female. Journal of Ethology, 28: 429-436.
5. Myint, O., San San Myint, MaungMaungGyi, Kohda, M., 2011. Timing of partial clutch filial cannibalism in the monogynous goby, University of Yangon Research Journal, 3-1: 289-296.
6. Myint, O., San San Myint, MaungMaungGyi, 2013. Multiple cues used by female in an ornamental fish Poecilialatipinal. Journals of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, 11-4: 141-149
7. San San Myint, Myint, O, MaungMaungGyi, 2013. The aggressive behaviour of Bettasplendens and their social hierarchy. Journals of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, 11-4: 81-88.