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Karen DeMatteo

Karen DeMatteo

Lecturer of Environmental Studies, Washington University in Saint Louis; Researcher, Saint Louis Zoo

Primary subject of interest: Ecology, conservation, and management of predator-prey species using noninvasive techniques

Primary geographic interest: Global (special interest in tropics and temperate)

Aimee Dunlap

Aimee Dunlap

University of Missouri- Saint Louis

Retha Edens-Meier

Retha Edens-Meier

Saint Louis University

Ashley Edes

Ashley Edes

Animal Welfare Scientist, Department of Reproductive and Behavioral Sciences, Saint Louis Zoo

Primary subject of interest:  Animal welfare, primatology, stress, behavior, endocrinology

Christine Edwards

Christine Edwards

Stephen and Camilla Brauer Conservation Geneticist, Center for Conservation and Sustainable Development, Missouri Botanical Garden

Primary subject of interest: Conservation genetics, molecular systematics, phylogeography, DNA metabarcoding, quantitative genetics, understanding response of plants to environmental stress (focusing mainly on plants of conservation concern)

Primary geographic interest: Americas and islands of the western Indian Ocean (Madagascar and the Mascarenes)

Justin Elden

Justin Elden

Curator/Herpetology & Aquatics

Primary subject of interest:  Herpetology, Cave Biology

Primary geographic interest:  Via the Saint Louis Zoo(Missouri, Armenia, Ecuador) and externally (Guatemala, Costa Rica, Ukraine, Puerto Rico)

Kate Farley

Kate Farley

Assistant Scientist, William L. Brown Center

Primary subject of interest:  Ethnobotany, traditional ecological knowledge, community-based conservation, North American biodiversity, invasive species

Primary geographic interest:  United States

Eric Feltz

Eric Feltz

Missouri Botanical Garden

David Fike

David Fike

Associate Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Director of Department of Environmental Studies, Washington University in Saint Louis

Primary subject of interest: Biogeochemical cycling in modern/ancient marine sediments and soils

Primary geographic interest: Global–currently: Australia, Canada, France, French Guiana, Estonia, Lithuania, Italy, New Zealand, Namibia, Oman, Papua New Guinea, Scotland, Sweden, US

Martha Fischer

Martha Fischer

Curator of Mammals- Ungulates and Elephants, Saint Louis Zoo

Primary subject of interest: All Horn of Africa wildlife including Grevy’s zebra, African elephant, Hirola, Black rhino, Mountain nyala, Giraffe, African wild ass, Speke’s gazelle, Ethiopian wolf, and Okapi

Primary geographic interest: Horn of Africa including Kenya, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti and Somaliland; DRC (Okapi)

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Marc Fourrier

The Jane Goodall Institute, Great Ape Conservation Director

Primary subject of interest:  Conservation biology, Tropical forest ecology, Seed dispersal ecology, Great ape conservation

Primary geographic interest:  Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Republic of Congo, Liberia, Senegal, Mali, Guinea

Kasey Fowler-Finn

Kasey Fowler-Finn

Assistant Professor of Biology, Saint Louis University

Primary subject of interest: Animal communication, insects, and arachnids

Primary geographic area of interest: Saint Louis, Eastern North America

Michael Franchetti

Michael Franchetti

Professor of Anthropology, Washington University in Saint Louis

Primary subject of interest: Anthropology, Archaeology, Asia, Human Ecology, Grassland ecology, Tropical Jungles

Primary geographic interest:  Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Maldives, Nias (Indonesia)

Ashley D. Franklin

Ashley D. Franklin

Program Analyst, AZA Reproductive Management Center, Saint Louis Zoo

Primary subject of interest: Reproductive biology and management, genetics, endocrinology, applied statistics, mammals (particularly felids and canids)

Primary geographic interest: Global; wild and captive populations

Gayle Fritz

Gayle Fritz

Professor Emeritus of Archaeology, Washington University in Saint Louis

Primary subject of interest: Agriculture, archaeobotany, ethnobotany, and conservation

Primary geographic interest: North America

Roy Gereau

Roy Gereau

Assistant Curator and Director of Tanzania Botanical Research and Conservation Programme, Missouri Botanical Garden

Primary subject of interest: Floristics, plant taxonomy, and plant conservation

Primary geographic interest: Tanzania

Theresa Gildner

Theresa Gildner

Assistant Professor, Anthropology

Ashley Glenn

Ashley Glenn

Research Specialist, William L. Brown Center, Missouri Botanical Garden

Primary subject of interest: Ethnobotany, food anthropology, refugee and immigrant cuisine

Primary geographic interest: Bosnia, United States

Alan Graham

Alan Graham

Curator of Paleobotany & Palynology, Center for Conservation and Sustainable Development, Missouri Botanical Garden

Primary subject of interest: Vegetation history, land bridges, migrations, natural history

Primary geographic interest: New World

Shirley Graham

Shirley Graham

Curator, Lythraceae and Researcher, Missouri Botanical Garden

Primary subject of interest: Flowering plant systematics, Lythraceae

Primary geographic interest: Global

Jessica  Griffard

Jessica Griffard

Research Specialist, William L. Brown Center, Missouri Botanical Garden

Primary subject of interest: Ethnobotany, artifacts made from plants, education

Primary geographic interest: Global

Jack Grisham

Jack Grisham

Saint Louis Zoo

Danelle Haake

Danelle Haake

RiverWatch Director and Stream Ecologist, National Great Rivers Research and Education Center

Robbie Hart

Robbie Hart

Assistant Curator, High Elevation Ethnobotany and GLORIA, Missouri Botanical Garden

Primary subject of interest: Mountains, ethnobotany, climate change

Primary geographic interest: Himalaya

Julie Hartell-DeNardo

Julie Hartell-DeNardo

Zoological Manager, Carnivores, Saint Louis Zoo

Primary subject of interest: Carnivore conservation, Felidae, Carnidae, Ursidae

Primary geographic interest: Africa (Tanzania, Namibia), South America (Columbia, Ecuador, Peru), Artic Regions (Alaska, Norway)

Elizabeth Haswell

Elizabeth Haswell

HHMI-Simons Faculty Scholar Director of Research, NSF Center for Engineering MechanoBiology / Associate Professor

Heidi Hellmuth

Heidi Hellmuth

Curator of Primates

Primary subject of interest:  Primate conservation, animal welfare, animal behavior and behavior management (enrichment and training)

Primary geographic area of interest:  I am the program coordinator for our partnerships with HUTAN in Malaysian Borneo and with the Goualougo Triangle Ape Project in Republic of Congo

Keith Hengen

Keith Hengen

Assistant Professor, Department of Biology

Erik Herzog

Erik Herzog

Professor of Biology and Neuroscience

Primary subject(s) of interest: circadian rhythms

Primary geographic interest: United States

Paul Hime

Paul Hime

Instructor in Genetics, Department of Genetics and McDonnell Genome Institute

Peter Hoch

Peter Hoch

Missouri Botanical Garden

Derek Hoeferlin

Derek Hoeferlin

Associate Professor, Chair of landscape architecture and urban design programs, Sam Fox School

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Sarah Holaday

Director of Animal Care & Conservation, Animal Care

Primary subject of interest: Conservation

Douglas Holland

Douglas Holland

Library Director, Peter H. Raven Library, Missouri Botanical Garden

Primary subject of interest: Biodiversity literature

Primary geographic area of interest: United States

Rose Hores

Rose Hores

Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology

Bill Houston

Bill Houston

Assistant General Curator, Saint Louis Zoo

Primary subject of interest: Restoration of Sahelo-Saharan species

Primary geographic interest: Niger, Chad, Sahara

Feng Sheng Hu, PhD

Feng Sheng Hu, PhD

Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences, Professor of Biology and of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Lucille P. Markey Distinguished Professor in Arts & Sciences, Washington University in Saint Louis

Lora Iannotti

Lora Iannotti

Associate Professor, Associate Dean for Public Health, Brown School

Primary subject of interest:  animal source foods and small livestock and fisheries development; child growth and development, maternal and young child nutrition and nutrient deficiencies (zinc, iron, vitamin A, B12, choline, and fatty acids)

Primary geographic area of interest:  Haiti, Ecuador, Kenya

Nathan Jacobs

Nathan Jacobs

Professor, Computer Science & Engineering

Primary subject of interest:  Computer Vision, Remote Sensing

 

Benjamin C. Jellen

Benjamin C. Jellen

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, Saint Louis College of Pharmacy

Primary subject of interest: The ecology, physiology, behavior, learning, and conservation of amphibians, reptiles and birds

Primary geographic area of interest: Central and eastern Missouri and central and southern Illinois