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Zeray Alemseged studies the origin and evolution of early human ancestors.

Shannon Bennett studies infectious diseases that can be transmitted from animals to humans.

David Blackburn studies the evolution and distribution of frog species in Africa.

Herpetologist Robert Drewes has conducted field research in 30 different African countries since 1969.

Jack Dumbacher's interests include the ecology and evolution of birds and molecular ecology.

Brian Fisher specializes in the large-scale discovery, description, and naming of African and Malagasy ants.

Terry Gosliner is one of the world’s foremost authorities on nudibranchs.

Meg Lowman is the Academy's Director of Global Initiatives and studies canopy biodiversity.

John McCosker studies great white sharks and the marine life of the Galapagos Islands.

Rich Mooi studies the origin and evolution of echinoderms—a group that includes sea urchins and starfish.

Luiz Rocha studies the ecology and evolution of coral reef fishes.

As Director of Steinhart Aquarium, Bart Shepherd oversees the Academy’s 38,000 live plants and animals.

Michelle Trautwein studies flies and a breathtaking diversity of organisms that cohabitate with humans.

Gary Williams is one of the world’s experts on octocorals, deep-sea corals, and coral reefs.

As Director of Morrison Planetarium, Ryan Wyatt oversees the largest digital fulldome planetarium in the world.

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