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Transantarctic Mountains

Christian Sidor, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
University of Washington

Dr. Christian Sidor was an undergraduate at Trinity College (Hartford, CT) before doing his graduate work at the University of Chicago. He is now an Associate Professor at the University of Washington in Seattle. Christian first traveled to Antarctica in 2003 with another team to do field research in the Beardmore Glacier region. In 2005 he journeyed to the ice again, this time to southern Victoria Land. When not collecting fossils from Antarctica, he does fieldwork in Africa (Niger, Tanzania, and Zambia) and plays squash.

 


Adam Huttenlocker

Graduate Student
University of Washington

Adam received his undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado in Boulder, where he worked and studied in the collections of the CU Museum and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. As a Ph.D. candidate at University of Washington, Adam continues to study aspects of synapsid bone histology and its ecological importance. He also conducts fieldwork in the U.S. northern midcontinent (Nebraska, Kansas) to understand interactions between Permo-Carboniferous vertebrates and their changing environments.

To learn more about his upcoming trip to Antarctica, take a look at The Burke Museum Blog.


Brandon Peecock

Graduate Student
University of Washington

Brandon hails from Brighton, Michigan, and received his Bachelor's Degree in Evolutionary Biology from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. A graduate student at the University of Washington, his research interests are focused on Triassic animals, particularly those that preceded the dinosaurs. As a budding world traveler, he is excited about his first expedition to the Antarctic.

To learn more about his upcoming trip to Antarctica, take a look at The Burke Museum Blog.