Mark Siddall of the American Museum of Natural History maintains a research program studying leech biodiversity and evolutionary history. The diversity of Siddall’s research ...read more

Mark Siddall of the American Museum of Natural History maintains a research program studying leech biodiversity and evolutionary history. The diversity of Siddall’s research has led to appearances in a variety of natural history programs. He recently showed that T. rex is alive and well feeding on children in the Amazon.

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Mark Siddall, Leech Expert (EG5)

Mark Siddall, Leech Expert (EG8)

Mark Siddall, Leech Expert (EG6)

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30 April - 2 May 2020

Our team has been working hard behind the scenes to bring you a superb program for EG2020. However, in light of growing and legitimate concerns regarding the rapid spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) which have gutted international events of all sizes, we have made the difficult decision to put EG on hiatus until it is once again deemed safe.


We know how much each of you look forward to EG and we were looking forward to seeing old friends, and welcoming many new ones, but we do need to prioritize the health and safety of our attendees, presenters, and partners, especially those traveling from afar.

We will be in touch in due course with future plans.