Andy Farke is the Augustyn Family Curator of Paleontology at the Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology in Claremont, California. His research interests include the evolution and biology of horned dinosaurs, as well as reconstructing extinct ecosystems from the end of the Age of Dinosaurs. Andy is also interested in utilizing technology to improve access to museum collections, scientific data, and the scientific literature. He is also the volunteer section editor for paleontology at PLOS ONE (although any opinions expressed here are his own). Find him on Twitter: @andyfarke
Shaena Montanari recently received her Ph.D. from the Comparative Biology program at the Richard Gilder Graduate School (American Museum of Natural History). She is primarily interested in ecology, life histories, and diets of animals in deep time and the modern day. Shaena uses methods such as stable isotope analysis, phylogenetics, and microscopy to examine faunal response to evolving environments and climates.
Sarah Werning is a Ph.D. student in Integrative Biology at University of California Berkeley. Her research focuses on the evolution of bone tissue in living marsupials and archosaurs (birds+dinosaurs), using this information to better understand the biology of modern organisms and in turn reconstruct the biology of extinct species (including dinosaurs). Sarah uses histology–the microscopic study of thin slices of bone–to study the relationship between bone, ecology, growth rate, and metabolism. Find her on Twitter: @sarahwerning