The Exequiel Ezcurra Director of Conservation Biology (DCB) at the San Diego Natural History Museum (Nat/Museum) is a newly created, endowed position intended to transform the Museum’s ability to have direct conservation impacts in our mission region of Southern California and Baja California. The DCB will play a leadership role in using an evidence-based, scientific approach to conduct research, inspire, and steer the conservation strategies of the Nat. As part of the Museum’s Biodiversity Research Center of the Californias, the DCB will work with its curators to strategically integrate collections-based research into the Museum’s conservation portfolio and actively collaborate with the region’s conservation biologists in both Southern California and Baja California. The DCB is ex

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