Dr. Bruederle is an associate professor at the University of Colorado Denver where his work focuses on evolutionary mechanisms that facilitate speciation in Carex as well as conservation genetics of Colorado’s rare plants.
Dina Clark, M.S.
Ms. Clark is a collections manager at the University of Colorado Herbarium where her work has focused on the floristics and conservation in the eastern plains of Colorado.
Cara Gibson, Ph.D.
Dr. Gibson was trained as an entomologist and her work with the Gardens supports ongoing studies involving plants and their insect pollinators.
Donald Hazlett, Ph.D.
Dr. Hazlett is an ethnobotanist with expertise in the western United States and in Latin America. He established and contributed to the ethnobotanical collection at the Gardens.
Mari Majack, M.S.
Ms. Majack’s research focuses on documenting the distribution and diversity of freshwater plants in Colorado.
Anna Sher, Ph.D.
Dr. Anna Sher is a plant ecologist at the University of Denver with a particular interest in conservation issues and expertise in ecology and restoration of Tamarix (tamarisk, saltcedar) invasions.
Sarah Taylor, Ph.D.
Dr. Taylor, a plant systematist interested in the floristics of Colorado and New England and in the evolution of edaphic endemism, focuses on documenting the plant diversity at Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms.
Ms. Yeatts is an active field botanist and taxonomist who has conducted numerous botanical surveys, which have contributed significantly to building the Gardens collection with almost 6,000 high quality specimens.