Taylor Sultan Quedensley, Ph.D.

Research Botanist

B.S. in Horticulture, University of Nebraska at Lincoln
M.S. in Biology, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Ph. D. in Plant Biology, The University of Texas at Austin

Taylor Quedensley joined the Research Staff at BRIT in July 2017, and he is from Marin County, California. He developed interests in conservation and biodiversity as a volunteer at the San Francisco Botanical Garden. His graduate research involved the phylogenetics of montane Senecioneae (Asteraceae) from Mexico and Guatemala. Since graduate school Taylor has been conducting field work involving lichens and bryophytes and teaching biology courses at two different universities. His two current projects involve the lichen and bryophyte flora of Northwestern Missouri and monitoring biodiversity in Missouri Ozarks glade ecosystems. He also is interested in collecting in Texas to inventory lichen and bryophyte taxa from the state.

Curriculum vita

Current Research Projects

Prospective Graduate Students