Mabel Gonzalez is a scientist that recently finished her PhD in Chemistry in the Laboratory of Advanced Analytical Techniques in Natural Products (LATNAP) at the Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia. Her interest includes the Eco-metabolomics of poison frogs, and the chemical ecology and chemical communication in frogs and other organisms.
Marco González-Santoro is a Colombian PhD student in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh. His research focuses on exploring the interplay between sexual selection, sensory ecology and behavior shaping neotropical poison frogs biodiversity.
Andrés E. Brunetti currently serves as a Researcher at the Institute of Subtropical Biology (CONICET-UNaM), Misiones, Argentina. His research investigates the molecular and metabolic bases of symbiosis between bacteria and amphibians.His research interests include diverse topics of amphibian biology like morphology, chemical secretions, behavior, and evolution.
Pablo Palacios-Rodriguez is PhD candidate in the Biological Sciences Department at the Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia. His research is focused on the ecology and evolution of cryptically colored dendrobatids, especially in the biogeographic Chocó.
Jack Hernandez is an enthusiastic naturalist, wildlife photographer and conservationist, member of Conservation International Foundation. His interest includes the cognitive and behavioral evolution of poison frogs and the cognitive strategies used by amphibians in learning processes.
Adolfo Amézquita is a Colombian herpetologist. His research is focused on the behavior and physiology of herpets.
Chiara Carazzone is Associate Professor in the Chemistry Department at the Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia and leader of the Laboratory of Advanced Analytical Techniques in Natural Products (LATNAP). Her research group focuses on analytical chemistry, and Metabolomics of diverse organisms from Colombia.