Dr Grzegorz Niedźwiedzki
Grzegorz Niedźwiedzki is a vertebrate palaeontologist who studies pivotal events in the evolution of tetrapods, including the origin of tetrapods, the origin and early evolution of dinosaurs, and the Triassic chapter of therapsid evolution. He was involved in the discoveries of the earliest known tetrapod locality and the largest stem-group mammal known to date. Grzegorz has led and contributed to palaeontological excavations across Greece, including Crete, Greenland, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Tunisia, and the Ukraine.
Dr Grzegorz Niedźwiedzki is Researcher at the Programme of Evolution and Development with the Department of Organismal Biology of Uppsala University in Sweden. His departmental webpage can be found here