Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales

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The Department is divided into 6 main curatorial sections, each headed by a senior member of staff. There are also 3 units that do not have their own administration heads: Vertebrates, Conservation and Documentation. There is more information about the curatorial responsibilities and research interests of individuals on the each departmental section's pages.

Honorary Research Fellow Dr P. Graham Oliver Phone:
(029) 2057 3220
Head of Gallery Projects Deborah Spillards Phone:
(029) 2057 3159

Departmental Resources

Office Assistant Sarah Lendrum Phone:
(029) 2057 3224

Documentation

Documentation Assistant / Spring Bulbs Co-ordinator Catalena Angele Phone:
3170 (Mon & Fri)

Entomology

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Head of Entomology & Curator of Hemiptera Mike Wilson Phone:
(029) 2057 3263
Curator of Coleoptera Brian Levey Phone:
(029) 2057 3211
Curator Mark Pavett Phone:
(029) 2057 3216
Research Assistant James Turner Phone:
(029) 2057 3135
Principal Curator Entomology Section Adrian Plant Phone:
(029) 2057 3323
Research Fellow John Deeming Phone:
(029) 2057 3122

Lower Plants

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Principal Curator Botany Section Ray Tangney Phone:
(029) 2057 3303
Principal Curator Botany Section Ingrid Juettner Phone:
(029) 2057 3127
Assistant Curator/Access Officer for Lower Plants Katherine Slade Phone:
(029) 2057 3242

Marine Biodiversity

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Head of Marine Biodiversity Dr Andy Mackie Phone:
(029) 2057 3311
Research Assistant Katie Mortimer-Jones Phone:
(029) 2057 3153
Assistant Curator Teresa Darbyshire Phone:
(029) 2057 3222

Mollusca

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Collection Manager Harriet Wood Phone:
(029) 2057 3244
Curator (Bivalves) Anna Holmes Phone:
(029) 2057 3343
Curatorial Assistant Jennifer Gallichan Phone:
(029) 2057 3217
Curator (Terrestrial Mollusca) Ben Rowson Phone:
(029) 2057 3110

Vascular Plants

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Assistant Curator/Access Officer for Vascular Plants Sally Whyman Phone:
(029) 2057 3345

Vegetation History

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Head of Botany Chris Cleal Phone:
(029) 2057 3310
Visiting Research Officer Benjamin Evans Phone:
(029) 2057 3305
Principal Curator Botany Section Heather Pardoe Phone:
(029) 2057 3294

Conservation

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Principal Conservator, Natural Sciences Julian Carter Phone:
(029) 2057 3230
Conservation Officer (Mon, Tues, Fri.) Annette Townsend Phone:
(029) 2057 3119
Conservation Officer Victoria Purewal Phone:
(029) 2057 3119
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