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ALLISON SHULTZ

Assistant Curator

Dr. Shultz has loved animals her whole life, and fell in love with birds during her undergraduate at UC Berkeley. She is a native Southern Californian, and loves the diversity of habitats (and birds!) available in a very small geographic area! She credits her artistic eye for first drawing her to studying bird coloration, but now that is one of her main fascinations.

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Jessie Salter

Postdoctoral Fellow

Jessie studies the phylogenetics and evolution of birds, especially Bobwhite Quail. She is working with Dr. Shultz and Dr. Kayce Bell for her postdoc, asking questions about the evolution of bobwhite feather patterns and microstructure, and the morphology and evolutionary history of their feather lice.

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Rosalyn Price-Waldman

Graduate Student

Rosalyn is a PhD student in Cassie Stoddard's lab, but is a close collaborator with Dr. Shultz. Together, they are working on the mechanisms underlying brilliant bird colors, especially in the Tangara tanagers. 

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Open

Interested in appearing here? Please contact me if you are interested in being a postdoctoral associate, co-advised graduate student, or undergraduate working on an independent project.

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Jacqueline Dall

Intern

Jackie is an undergraduate student at Occidental College currently working as an intern. She is studying the evolution of pigments and feather structure in tanagers.