Vikram Aditya, Krishna Pavan & Rohit Subhedar

Vikram Aditya currently works as a postdoctoral research associate in the Government of India funded National Mission on Biodiversity and Human Well-being at the Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment. His research interests include mammal diversity and distribution patterns in tropical forests, hunting and wildlife trade and community involvement in conservation.

Krishna Pavan is an independent researcher, interested in studying amphibians in human-altered landscapes. Currently, he is trying to understand the consequences of habitat conversion on microhabitat selection in terrestrial frogs and toads. He is also a recipient of the Ravi Sankaran Inlaks Fellowship.

Rohit Subhedar currently works as a research officer at the Wildlife Conservation Society–India, in the large carnivore research and conservation project in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. His research interests include carnivore ecology and conservation, and carnivore-mediated seed dispersal.