William L. Brown Center Staff

Robbie Hart

Director

William L. Brown Curator and Associate Scientist

 

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Emily Warschefsky

Emily Warschefsky

Alice Brown Curator & Associate Scientist

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Wendy Applequist

Associate Scientist

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Jan Salick

Senior Curator Emerita

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Armand Randrianasolo

Curator

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Tefy H. Andriamihajarivo

Research Specialist

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Miandry Fagnarena

Research Specialist

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Ashley Glenn

Research Specialist

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Natalie Konig

Natalie Konig

Research Specialist

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Aurora Prehn

Aurora Prehn

Ethnobotany Collections and Data

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Nivo H. Rakotoarivelo

Research Specialist




Fortunat Rakotoarivony

Research Specialist

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Tabita Randrianarivony

Research Specialist

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Lucien Rasoaviety

Research Specialist

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Aina Razanatsima

Research Specialist

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Carolina Romero

Research Specialist

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Andrew Townesmith

Research Specialist

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Research Associates

Kristine Hildebrandt

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Kristine Hildebrandt earned her PhD in Linguistics from the University of California Santa Barbara and is now a professor at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. She studies Tibeto-Burman languages of Nepal, and is interested in ways of documenting traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) in these languages.

Alyse Kuhlman

Alyse Kuhlman received a B.S. in Anthropology at Washington University St. Louis.  After working at the William L. Brown Center for many years as project coordinator for the Madagascar Ethnobotany Program and DNA Bank, she has returned to Washington University to coordinate students in the Anthropology department. 

William Tuladhar-Douglas

Dr. Will Tuladhar-Douglas studies ecosocial anthropology, ethnobiology, and the conservation of biocultural diversity through the University of Aberdeen; he is working with Robbie Hart in the Himalayan region and Nepal.

Ina Vandebroek

Dr. Ina Vandebroek is a colleague from New York Botanical Garden, and has done great work on traditional plant use in the Andes and amongst the Caribbean communities in New York City, as well as on the interface of traditional medicine and public health.