Kathleen Pryer is a Duke professor of biology. She and her colleagues recently named a genus of ferns in honor of Lady Gaga. Kathleen has been studying ferns for 30+ years. She also loves cats. email@example.com
Fay-Wei Li is a PhD candidate at Duke whose recent fern research was covered by New York Times and The Economist. Fay-Wei is a fern enthusiast and wants to save the world with ferns.
Paul Wolf is a professor of biology at Utah State University. He has worked on ferns since 1983 and is interested in fern genomes and ferns with applications to humans. Paul enjoys running, especially on trails through the forest, or along the roads.
Erin Sigel is a PhD candidate at Duke who spends a lot of time thinking about the evolution of plant genomes, particularly how they change due to interactions with other organisms. Erin also enjoys kayaking and baking.
Carl Rothfels is a new assistant professor at University of California Berkeley. He climbs rocks and collects ferns, sometimes at the same time.
Joshua Der is an assistant professor in California State University Fullerton. He is the genomic guru, and has special interests in ferns and parasitic plants.
Henriette Schlupmann is an assistant professor at Utrecht University. Her lab has been working toward Azolla domestication.
Andrea Brautigam is a researcher at Heinrich Heine University Dusseldorf. Her group is doing PacBio sequencing.
Shifeng Cheng is a research staff at BGI. He is leading the Illumina sequencing effort.