Dr. Sergei V. Kruskop, PhD
Chief of the Section, senior researcher, curator of birds, insectivores and several “exotic” groups.
e-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Expert in biology and taxonomy of chiropterans; popularizes zoological science. Member of the All-Russian Theriological Society, member of the Bats Study Group and administrator of the latter’s internet site, member of the Advisory panel on European Bat List, member of the Editorial Board of the journal “Plecotus et al.”, member of the Editorial Board of the journal “Acta Chiropterologica”.
Participated in field studies in various regions of Russia (European part, Caucasus, Transbaikalia, Far East), Crimea, Belarus, as well as in Ethiopia, Vietnam, Nepal.
Dr. Igor Ya. Pavlinov, DrS
Leading researcher, curator of some parts of collections.
Phone 629-49-12, e-mail: email@example.com
Member of the Central Council of the All-Russian Theriological Society, member of the Editorial Board of Zoological Museum.
Basic research interests are in taxonomy of some rodent families (Muridae, Cricetidae), in theoretical issues in phylogenetics, taxonomy, in methodological issues in morphometrics; popularizes biological science.
Dr. Vladimir S. Lebedev
Researcher, curator of myomorph rodents.
Member of the All-Russian Theriological Society. Expert in molecular phylogenetics. Studies taxonomy and phylogeny of myomorph rodents (especially Cricetinae) and insectivores.
Participated in numerous expeditions to arid regions of Palaearctic.
Dr. Olga G. Nanova, PhD
Researcher, curator of carnivores and non-myomorph rodents.
Phone: 8 (495) 629-48-60, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Primary research interest lies in the field of evolutionary morphology of mammals. Investigation of interaction between morphological disparity and modularity (of skull and teeth) and historical, ecological and ontogenetic factors. Advanced methods of morphometry and computer modelling (finite element modelling). Research interests ivolve phylogeography of mammals (Carnivora and Rodentia) as well.
Secretary for Research of the Museum.
Curates ungulate collection.