Professor, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München
Professor Höhna is interested in statistical phylogenetics and computational biology. He has made numerous contributions to the field, especially in stochastic branching processes. He is the lead developer of the RevBayes program.
Professor, Real Jardín Botanico, Madrid
Professor Sanmartin is interested in the theory and application of biogeographic methods. She has an active field research program on the Canary Islands.
Professor, University of California, Berkeley
Professor Huelsenbeck is interested in statistical phylogenetics and the genetics of adaptation. With Fredrik Ronquist, he is a co-author of the MrBayes program. He is also a developer for the RevBayes program.
Professor, University of California, Davis
Professor Moore has made numerous contributions to the field of phylogenetics, specifically in stochastic branching processes and biogeography. He is a developer of the RevBayes program.
Postdoc, University of California, Berkeley
Dr. May has expertise in many areas of statistical phylogenetic, but especially in birth-death models of cladogenesis. He is a RevBayes developer.