Dr. Larry Page is the Director of iDigBio and Curator of Fishes at the Florida Museum of Natural History. He also serves as President of the Natural Science Collections Alliance. He was the 2001 recipient of Gibbs Award from the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists for Outstanding Research in Systematic Ichthyology, and recipient of the Johnson Award from ASIH for Outstanding Service to the society.
His primary research interests are the systematics and ecology of freshwater fishes, protection of aquatic natural areas, and use of natural history collections data in research and outreach.
As the Director of iDigBio, Dr. Page is responsible for overall project management, oversight of the national resource activities, and implementation of the strategic plan, including assurance that the digitization, research and educational missions of the national resource are integrated and accomplished.
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