Mr. Rob Guralnick

Principal Investigator

Robert Guralnick is an Curator of Biodiversity Informatics in the Department of Natural History in the Florida Museum of Natural History. His work is focused on global change and approaches that question usign tools that span molecular based approaches to document lineage diversifications over time and space to field ecological approaches documenting recent distribution and demography changes. Although trained as an invertebrate biologists, his taxonomic interests are broad, and his work is often collaborative. Dr. Guralnick tends to be happiest when connecting dots between developing infrastructure to support new science and showing the power of those approaches for looking at broad scale ecogeographic patterns and their drivers. Outside of work, he tends pets, tries to stay active even during Florida summers, and appreciates a good IPA