I am part of the EOL Species Pages Group at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC. My job is focused on helping EOL acquire and manage content about organisms. Before joining EOL in 2009, I was the managing editor and technical designer for the Tree of Life Web Project.
I have a Ph. D. in Entomology from the University of Arizona, and I love bugs, but I also have a strong interest in fungi, and I can get excited about just about any group of organisms from frogs and birds to squid, epiphytes, and dinoflagellates.
Check out my observations on iNaturalist and my photostream on flickr. Join iNaturalist or our flickr group to upload your own images to EOL.
- Full name
- Katja Schulz
- I am
- an enthusiast, a professional scientist
- Curator level
- Master Curator
- 6557 objects curated
- 2910 taxa curated
- 898 images set as exemplar
- 1547 articles selected for Overview
- 800 preferred classifications selected
- 356 common names added
- 16 common names removed
- 266 common names curated
- 0 Wikipedia articles nominated
- 831 taxa commented
- 2095 comments submitted
- 630 articles added
- 0 data records added
- *counts are refreshed daily
- EOL Species Pages Coordinator
Ph. D. in Entomology, University of Arizona
Diploma in Biology, Freie Universität Berlin
- Curation scope
- Insects, fungi, birds. Also do some curating on behalf of other people who are not signed up as EOL curators.