Dr. Matthew Carrano is the Curator of Dinosauria at the National Museum of Natural History.
- Sc.B. in Geology-Biology, Brown University, 1991
- M.S. in Organismal Biology and Anatomy, University of Chicago, 1995
- Ph.D. in Organismal Biology and Anatomy, University of Chicago, 1998
The Carrano Lab includes a research space with stereo microscopes, photography equipment, specimen storage cabinets, visitor desks, and an extensive personal research library. The lab has hosted many visitors through the years, from short-term collections researchers to multi-year doctoral students and postdocs.
Doctoral: Karen Moreno
Interns: Jorge Velez-Juarbe, Kaitlin Maguire, Jessica Walden-Gray, Matthew Oreska, Bryan Moles, Jonathan Mitchell, Sean Moran, Katherine Dzikiewicz, Carlos Peredo, Benjamin Breeden, Hallie Street, Kaisa Wayrynen, José Fuentes, Eléonore Dixon-Roche, Abree Murch, Deylen Earl, Maricel Beltrán-Burgos, Harris Boekenheide, Jordan Claytor, Christina Nelson, Cora Nevel, Payton Netherland