Jonathan Losos is an internationally renowned scholar in the field of evolutionary biology. His study of the behavioral and evolutionary ecology of lizards has taken him around the globe and firmly established him as a leading international expert on the biodiversity of species.
Dr. Losos is the director of the Living Earth Collaborative and is the William H. Danforth Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Biology at Washington University in St. Louis. He was at Washington University from 1992 to 2006 and then moved to Harvard University, where he was the Lehner Professor for the Study of Latin America, a professor in organismic and evolutionary biology, and the curator in herpetology at the Museum of Comparative Zoology. He rejoined the Arts & Sciences faculty at Washington University in January 2018.
Washington University (Arts & Sciences)
- Barbara Schaal, dean of the faculty of Arts & Sciences and the Mary-Dell Chilton Distinguished Professor, Washington University
Missouri Botanical Garden
- Peter Wyse Jackson, president, Missouri Botanical Garden; the George Engelmann Professor of Botany, Washington University
- Peter Raven, president emeritus, MIssouri Botanical Garden; the George Engelmann Professor Emeritus of Botany, Washington University
Saint Louis Zoo
- Jeffrey Bonner, the Dana Brown President and CEO, Saint Louis Zoo