Dr. Salcedo L. Eduardo is MNH's curator for animal helminth parasites. He gained his PhD in Veterinary and Medical Parasitology (1981) from the University of London and his MS from UPLB (1973). Dr. Eduardo is currently Professor Emeritus at the UPLB College of Veterinary Medicine.

He has been inducted into the National Academy of Science and Technology due to his outstanding researches on parasites of livestock population with emphasis on the basic aspects of helminthology.

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Prof. Jude is MNH's Curator for Tree Shrews and currently an Assistant Professor at the Animal Biology Division of the Institute of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, UPLB.She is currently pursuing PhD in Environmental Science at UPLB and has almost 10 years experience teaching courses in biology, zoology and wildlife studies.

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Andy is MNH's curator for mammals. He is currently Assistant Professor 3 at the Department of Forest Biological Sciences, College of Forestry and Natural Resources. Andy mainly teaches courses on wildlife and zoology. Prof. Dans has also taught at the Institute of Biological Sciences. 

Prof. Dans' research interests lie in the areas of Biodiversity Conservation, Mammalogy, Morpho-Anatomy, Vertebrate Physiology, Vertebrate Systematics, Wildlife Inventory, Wildlife Ecology and Zoogeography.

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Anna Pauline or Pau is MNH's Curator for Small Mammals and currently an currently an Assistant Professor in Zoology at the Animal Biology Division of the Institute of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, UPLB.

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Prof. Juan Carlos T. Gonzalez is MNH's curator for birds and currently Professor of Zoology at the Animal Biology Division of the Institute of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, UPLB.

JC obtained his DPhil in Zoology at Edward Grey Institute for Field Ornithology and St. Anne's College, University of Oxford in 2012 through the support of the Ford Foundation International Fellowship Program. He earned his MS (1992) and BS Zoology (1997) degrees in UPLB.

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Phillip is MNH's curator for small and volant mammals. He graduated from the University of the Philippines Los Banos with a Bachelor's Degree in Biology and has completed a Master's Degree in Wildlife Studies also from the same university.

Phillip worked for several years as a field biologist with many conservation organizations in the Philippines, pursuing a special interest in the diverse species of bats before he was eventually hired as a research associate by the MNH. A few years later, he transferred to the Institute of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences as faculty.

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