Professor of Molecular Systematics at Imperial College London, with an interest in the phylogeny and evolution of Coleoptera (beetles).
Research Associate with a NERC Fellowship at Imperial College London. Martijn is an Academic visitor at the Natural History Museum.
Entomologist, merit researcher and head of the soil biodiversity group.
Researcher in tropical plant diversity, specialising in the flowering plant family Urticaceae, tools for the conservation of biological diversity in Central America, and field collection of vascular plant herbarium specimens.
Researcher in Botanical Diversity, Department of Botany
Research entomologist specialising in parasitoid hymenoptera and Head of the Museum's Terrestrial invertebrate division.
Collections manager of the Museum's Coleoptera and Hemiptera collections. Responsibilities include managing a team of curators, administering loans, processing new material and facilitating collection access for visitors.
Curator of the Museum's Coleoptera collections.
Molecular collections facility manager, overseeing the day-to-day running of the molecular collections. Responsible for procurement, service and maintenance contracts, molecular collections and Health and Safety protocols.
OPAL Project Manager and Head of the Angela Marmont Centre. John works within the UK Biodiversity team on the OPAL project, which aims to inspire people to spend more time outdoors exploring and studying their local environment.