Carrie Levitt-BussianPaleontology Collections Manager Natural History Museum of UtahPaleontology
Carrie Levitt-Bussian is a paleontologist and the Paleontology Collections Manager at the Natural History Museum of Utah. She manages and curates over 50,000 paleontological specimens at NHMU which includes vertebrate, invertebrate, and paleobotanical fossils. She also spends many weeks out of the summer excavating dinosaurs in Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, and New Mexico. Her current research is in ceratopsian limb bone histology studying how animals, like triceratops, grew and what their metabolism was like when they were alive.