Jeffrey W. Streicher, Ph.D.
I am a curator in the herpetology group at the Natural History Museum, London. I am an integrative biologist that uses amphibians and reptiles to understand evolution. My research programme is rooted in an appreciation of natural history and includes laboratory and field components (see projects page for more information).
Contact: j.streicher [at] nhm.ac.uk
Below are some additional links related to my research:
Natural History Museum
Interested in joining the NHM herpetology group?
The herpetology group at the Natural History Museum regularly hosts postdoctoral fellows. Postdocs are funded externally but work and study at the NHM. If you are interested in conducting postdoctoral research with the NHM herpetology group, please contact me to discuss potential projects. I also encourage you to familiarise yourself with the following funding opportunities that NHM postdocs are normally supported by:
National Environmental Research Council
Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council
Marie-Skłodowska Curie Fellowship
National Science Foundation (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only)
The Natural History Museum partners with several UK universities to offer a variety of Masters courses and PhD studentships. If you are a student looking to conduct biodiversity research in London and believe that we have similar research interests, please contact me.
MSc Taxonomy and Biodiversity (Imperial College London)
MRes Biodiversity, Evolution, and Conservation (University College London)
MRes Biosystematics (Imperial College London)
Oxford DTP (Biodiversity, Ecology, and Evolutionary Processes)
SSCP DTP (Imperial College London)
UK Commonwealth Scholarships (Commonwealth country citizens only)
Inlaks Shivdasani Scholarship (Indian citizens only)
Overview of NHM courses and students
List of recent student projects completed in the NHM herpetology group