Dr Carolann Schack is a current Marie Curie post-doctoral Fellow is interested in the evolution of polymorphism and modularity. Carolann has a Ph.D in biology from the University of Victoria in Wellington, New Zealand.
Dr James Saulsbury is a current post-doctoral researcher who is interested in phenotypic evolution on geological time scales. James has a Ph.D in paleobiology from the University of Michigan, U.S.A.
Dr Emaneula Di Martino is a current Young Research Talent Grant holder who is interested in bryozoan systematics and evolution. Emanuela holds a Ph.D in paleontology from the University of Utrecht, Netherlands but did most of her work then at the Natural History Museum in London.
Dr Trond Reitan is a senior scientist and our resident statistician. He is currently working on occupancy models, FBD models and supporting the group on linear SDEs. Trond is trained as a physicist.
Connor Wilson is a visiting Fulbright Scholar who is interested in community ecology and conservation biology. He is currently working on a Phanerozoic diversification project with Lee Hsiang and Trond.
Mali H. Ramsfjell is a biologist and research technician who is interested in bryozoans, conservation biology and environmental issues in Norway and globally. She is the current master of our desktop Scanning Electron Microscope with more than 10 000 images under her belt.
- Dr Russell J. S. Orr
- Karen Pham
- Bjørn Kopperud
- Emily Enevoldsen
- Jeroen Boeve
- Marianne Haugen
- Maja Sannum
- Dr Jostein Starrfelt