Emilia Rabiniak. Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Department of Biology and Animal Breeding, 51-630, Wroclaw, Chelmonskiego 38c, Poland.
Emilia Rabiniak graduated from Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences in 2011; received her master's degree in in applied biology, specialty: laboratory techniques. She began PhD studies in 2012 in the field of ancient DNA including small mammals from Pleistocene and Holocene Central and Eastern parts of Europe (mainly Lagomorpha). Her interests are also focused on tooth enamel in scanning microscopy, anatomy of vertebrates, and molecular evolution. She has participated in several paleontological excavations. For now she has taught classes in the basics of paleontology and evolution in the Institute of Biology Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences.
Leonid Rekovets. Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Department of Biology and Animal Breeding, 51-630, Wroclaw, Chelmonskiego 38c, Poland.
Leonid Rekovets is a professor in the University of Environmental and Life Sciences of Wroclaw (Poland). He graduated from the Gogol University in Nizhyn (Ukraine), faculty Biology. He is specialised in Paleoteriology in area of researces of faunistics and systematics of small mammals of Neogene and Pleistocene in Europy and also Biostratigraphy and Paleogeography. He is the author of 5 monographies and 200 science articles. He has founded and studied a lot of localities of teriofauna in Ukrainie also he is working for a long time in the Institute of Zoology and Museum of History of Nature in Kiev.
Dariusz Nowakowski (corresponding author). Department of Anthropology, Institute of Biology, Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences, ul. Kożuchowska 5, 51-631 Wrocław, Poland.
Dr. Dariusz Nowakowski graduated from the Department of Paleozoology, University of Wroclaw, Poland. in 1993 and received his PhD in 2000. He is also a graduate of jet the Postgraduate study, Environmental Protection; Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Wroclaw and Medical Vocational School of Wroclaw. He has been working at the Department of Anthropology, Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Poland since 2000. His interests of paleopathology; analysis of pathologic changes of bones in humans from early medieval cemeteries in Poland and paleopathology study of human and mammals bones based on morphological, X-ray and histological analysis. Further areas of research archaeozoology, paleopathology of animals from Holocene and Pleistocene; analysis of subfossil and fossil bones in Quaternary mammals; taxonomy, systematic and phylogenies of Rodentia mammals from Pliocene of Ukraine and Poland, studies of tooth enamel in scanning microscopy. He is also research 3D reconstructions of human heads and forensics of physical anthropology. Hi is a member of the Paleopathology Association, European Anthropology Association and Polish Association of Anthropology.