George H. Lowery, Jr. Professor of Biological Sciences at Louisiana State University, and the Curator of Fishes, at the LSU Museum of Natural Science (2008–present)

Research Associate at the American Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and Canadian Museum of Nature

Faculty Director of the LSU Center for Collaborative Knowledge

Fulbright Canada Distinguished Chair in Environmental Science at Carleton University, Ottawa (2020–2021)

Program Director for National Science Foundation, Systematics and Biodiversity Sciences Cluster (2016–2017)

Postdoctoral Fellow, American Museum of Natural History (2006–2008)

Ph.D., University of Michigan (2001–2006)

Research Assistant, Wildlife Conservation Society (2000–2001)

Bachelor of Science in Applied Zoology, McGill University, Montréal, Québec (1996–2000)

I’m a systematist, using molecular and morphological tools to better understand Earth history and evolution. I’m also a field biologist studying and collecting fishes from around the world to better understand the poorly known parts of the Fish Tree of Life, and...

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