Ichthyology Team & Contact

Photo: Dennis Wise/University of Washington
Photo: Dennis Wise/University of Washington

Contact Us

Hello! The Ichthyology Collection is located a short distance south of the Burke Museum, along Lake Union in the southwest part of the University of Washington campus (map).

Please fill out the Ichthyology contact form for questions, general information about the collection, and to inquire about a specimen loan.

Contact Ichthyology

Exterior of fisheries building

Mailing Address

University of Washington Fish Collection 
School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences 
Box 355100 
Seattle, WA 98195

Location

University of Washington Campus (map)
Fisheries Teaching and Research building (at 1140 NE Boat St.) 
Room 005 (basement)

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Curator

Collections Manager

Emeritus Curator

Theodore W. Pietsch
Emeritus Curator of Ichthyology
Professor, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences, University of Washington
206.543.8923
twp@uw.edu
Faculty page, UW College of the Environment
Faculty page, UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
Google Scholar page
ResearchGate page

Adjunct Curator

Adam Summers
Adjunct Curator of Ichthyology
Professor, Biology and School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences, University of Washington

Research Associates

Giorgio Carnevale
Research Associate
Associate Professor, Università degli Studi di Torino
Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra
Italy · Torino
carnevale@dst.unipi.it

Affiliate Curators

Duane E. Stevenson
Affiliate Curator 
Research Fisheries Biologist 
NOAA Fisheries 
Alaska Fisheries Science Center
206.526.4468
duane.stevenson@noaa.gov

James Wilder Orr
Affiliate Curator 
Research Fisheries Biologist 
NOAA Fisheries 
Alaska Fisheries Science Center
206.526.6318
james.orr@noaa.gov

two women peer out of a porthole on a submersible underwater

Support Ichthyology

Your gift makes it possible! We couldn't do what we do without generous donor support for collections care, research and public outreach. 

Photo: Luke Tornabene/Burke Museum
Photo: Luke Tornabene/Burke Museum