MSc. Edgardo Rengifo Vásquez
Biologist from the Universidad Nacional de la Amazonia Peruana and M.Sc in Zoology with mention in Sistematics and Evolution at Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos - Peru. Currently, he is doctoral student of the Applied Ecology program of Universidad de São Paulo - Brasil. Edgardo has been a collaborator of the Museum of Natural History of San Marcos and is focused on taxonomy and sistematics. He is interesting on biogeography and taxonomy of mammals, with enphasis on rodents, bats and oppossun.
MSc. Cindy M. Hurtado
Biologist from the National University of San Marcos and MSc. in Biology at Towson University - USA. She collaborated at the Museum of Natural History of San Marcos for six years. Her research interests include the ecology and conservation of medium to large mammals. Her master's thesis research was focused on the reintroduction of collared peccaries in the Ibera Natural Reserve in Argentina, which is part of a rewilding project in the same area. In addition, she collaborates in projects related to the distribution and conservation of carnivores in Peru. Currently, she is enrolled in a PhD. program at the University of British Columbia where she will study the connectivity of the dry forest of nothern Peru and southern Ecuador.
Blg. Alvaro García-Olaechea
Biologist from the National University of Piura, pursuing a master's degree in Ecology and Conservation at the State University of Santa Cruz, Brazil. He collaborates with the Department of Mastozoology at CORBIDI and with the Spectacled Bear Conservation Society - SBC. He is focused on the ecology and conservation of medium to large mammals and currently he is co-leading the project "Spacial ecology and conservation of the pampas cat Leopardus colocolo in the Sechura desert". Previously, he has worked with shorebirds, and birds from the dry forest.
MSc. José Serrano Villavicencio
Biologist from the National University of San Marcos and M.Sc. in Systematics, Taxonomy and Animal Biodiversity at the Museum of Zoology of the University of São Paulo, Brazil. Currently, he is a doctoral student of the Systematics, Taxonomy and Animal Biodiversity program of the University of São Paulo. His line of research is focused on systematics and taxonomy of large mammals, with an emphasis on extant neotropical primates.