Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Anna Wisniewski

Predoctoral Fellow

Anna is a paleobiologist broadly interested in mammalian phylogenetics and morphological evolution. In particular, her work aims to understand how different processes have shaped the evolution of traits related to ecology. As a predoctoral fellow, she is using the paleobiology collections at the NMNH to investigate the evolution of dental and cranial morphology in fossil and modern equids (horses).

Department / Division
Education
  • B.S. , Molecular and Cellular Biology, Johns Hopkins University, 2018
Additional Resources
Research Interests
  • Mammalian Evolution
  • Phylogenetics
  • Ecomorphology